⚫Delhi is incomplete if there is not street food. From samosas to golgappas In every market you can find out the stalls of chat wallas, Delhi is famous for. The best place to visit for street chaats is old Delhi.
⚫It said that firoz shah tuglaq gifted some 100 gardens to the city. Don’t miss the Chance to take a stroll in the Mughal garden at Rastrapati bhavan. there is others budha park, Lodhi gardens and Nehru park in chankyapuri. These gardens are popular among Indian youth.
⚫When it comes for dress material and fabric nothing matches the market of lajpat nagar array of cotton, Georgette and silk fabric. Also available handmade lace, Bari gotas and sequins.
⚫For silver jewellery or even utensils, it has to be Dariba kalan, crafted by hand, often covered with precious stones, Dariba silver is famous across Asia.
⚫Religion greets you in all its avatar in delhi, it’s hindu, jain, buddhist, Islamic, Christian, Tibetan or Baha’i. Everyone have full exemption to live there life.
⚫Delhi love its books, writer’s. There is bookshop in JorBagh Market and fact & fiction in Basant lok. For second hand books, must check out the sunday book bazaar at daryaganj and there is books available at very cheap rate.
⚫Picnic at India gate. Everyone in delhi does it. The building and the nearby place is amazing.. mostly visited by the tourist.
⚫ Sarojini Nagar has been a famous dressing fashion market amongst the college student on a low budget.
⚫Old Delhi the whole sale center for many indigenous craft, also house the largest beads market in the country, the lanes behind the kabuli Darwaza this market offers the varieties of beads made of coral, garnet, jade, crystal, opal etc.
⚫Delhi is a fine place to experience the north tradition of Bazaars. The biggest markets are held in karol bagh and around the jama masjid. Though the permanent structure is only occupied by the market “Delhi Haat”.
⚫At the end of January everyone make their way to visit India gate in the evening for a glimpse of beautiful lit in Rastrapati bhavan, Because of the republic day celebration these building decorated.
⚫South delhi has the best collection of footwear imported from Europe and exquisite slippers from pakistan. For traditional booties, kolhapuri chappals and assorted slippers there’s is nothing to beat the market of janpath.
⚫If you want any costume for parties.. get your attire from kinari Bazaar, there are different type of shops which have the proper traditional Indian costumes for plays.
⚫Delhi’s senior citizen add interest in early morning walks at there neighbourhood park with there laughing clubs.
⚫Delhi jama masjid in shahjahabad is one of the grandest mosques and nice place for stamping ground in old Delhi. There is so many shops, which serves delicious kababs, biryani and chaats.
⚫The city’s favorite sweets are gulab jamuns, rabri, faluda, gajar ka halwa. Don’t forget to taste these tasty deserts at halwai shops in delhi.
⚫ Delhi’s colourful janpath offers at least three kinds of excellent and inexpensive buys : Embroidered fabric, tribal white metal jewellery from gujrat, Rajasthani style painting on cloth and Tibetan artefacts.
⚫When you are findings some cafés for chilling out in delhi must visit to Hudson lane, you definitely find out one with you fall in love.
⚫The people Tree at Regal building on parliament Street, has charmed the Dilli wallas and tourist. Buy T-shirts, skirts, pyjamas, Bags, and dresses get all these things here. Pick up books ,craft material, DVDs as well.
⚫In delhi the popular fairs are Surajkund Mela organised by haryana tourism in February and Trade fair at pragati Maidan in November. There is different state showcase their crafts, food, things etc.