Delhi is proud to have served as the country’s capital for several dynasties. It is, in reality, a city steeped in legend, where time moves at a different pace and every instant becomes a historical moment. It’s a colorful melting pot that encapsulates two worlds: the ‘old’ and the ‘modern,’ each reflecting delectably diverse experiences. It is studded with brilliant gems such as enthralling historical sites, great museums, a vibrant performing arts scene, and some of the best restaurants on the subcontinent. The immense cultural diversity of India is woven into the fabric of Delhi. Delhi is more than a name; it is a sensation. Come and experience it…

Delhi is a palimpsest, containing all of the intricacies, contradictions, beauty, and dynamism of a city where the past and present coexist. Many dynasties governed from here, and the city’s monuments are rich in architecture. Diverse cultural components have improved the city’s character by being integrated into its daily life. Exploring the city may be an enthralling and rewarding adventure.

India is a home of snake charmers and magicians, with Delhi serving as its capital. Delhi is more than a city; it is a book that tells the story of India’s history. The city has been built and destroyed seven times, and it has witnessed many of the events that have shaped India’s history. This city has gone through the agony of being created and rebuilt seven times.


Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is well connected to places around India and the world. Flights to Delhi are available on a regular basis from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Goa, Kolkata, Guwahati, and other domestic and foreign locations. There are two terminals at the airport: Terminal 1D and Terminal 3. The domestic airport, Terminal 1 D, is mostly utilized by low-cost carriers such as Spice Jet, IndiGo, and Go Air. Terminal 3 (or T3) is the international terminal, which is utilized by all international carriers as well as full-fare domestic airlines flying to Delhi. Every 20 minutes, a free shuttle service operates between the two terminals.

The city center is 22 kilometers from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Regular DTC (Delhi Transport Service) buses run from the airport to the city, the ISBT bus station, and the New Delhi Railway Station on a regular basis. The Delhi Airport Metro Express connects New Delhi Railway Station and Dwarka, passing by the airport. The metro train service is a rapid and convenient way to get throughout the city, running every 20 minutes. You can also book a pre-paid cab at government-registered desks at the airport; depending on traffic, it will take 40-50 minutes to reach to the city center.

Train: The Northern Railways’ headquarters are in Delhi, which has five important railway stations: the New Delhi Railway Station, the Old Delhi Railway Station, the Nizamuddin Railway Station, the Anand Vihar Railway Terminal, and Sarai Rohilla. The New Delhi Railway Station, located in Paharganj near Connaught Place, is where most trains arrive and depart from Delhi. Outside the railway station is a pre-paid taxi kiosk from where you can take a cab to get deeper into the city.

Line 2 of the Delhi Metro connects the New Delhi Railway Station to other sections of the city and is a convenient method to get around the city. There are also DTC buses (green and red buses) that may transport you into the city at a cheap fare. Aside from that, auto-rickshaws may take you to places like Connaught Place and Old Delhi. Though vehicles are required to utilize the price meter, they frequently do not, therefore it is better to ask a local how much the approximate cost to a place should be to avoid being tricked. If you’re traveling to Connaught Place, you can also take a cycle rickshaw; however, cycle rickshaws are not permitted inside Connaught Place, and you’ll be dropped off a little distant from your destination.

Road: Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Shimla, Manali, Dharamsala, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu are all well-connected by bus from Delhi. The Interstate Bus Terminals at Kashmiri Gate, Anand Vihar, and Sarai Kale Khan are the primary bus stations in Delhi. Apart from that, Mandi House (near Barakhamba Road) offers regular air-conditioned bus services to Himachal Pradesh’s hill stations, including Shimla, Manali, Kasauli, and others.

Regular air-conditioned buses go from Bikaner House (near Pandara Road) to places in Rajasthan, including Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. Regular buses to Shimla, Manali, and other destinations depart from the Majnu ka Tila bus stop (near the Vidhan Sabha Metro Station). The Delhi Metro, as well as local DTC buses and auto-rickshaws, make it easy to get around the city.


Craft House: In 2001, the elite and government-approved shop opened its doors. It sells all of the master craftsmen of Rajasthan’s magnificent handcrafted products, the kind that has left a lasting effect in India’s markets. Textiles and furnishings, Brassware, Jewellery, Precious and Semi-precious stones, paper mache articles, wooden boxes, Marble ware, and exotic miniature paintings are all available at this one-stop-shop in Rajasthan.

Take home some of the best wildlife paintings, iconic tiger t-shirts, safari coats, silk, woolen, and cashmere shawls, wildlife books, and other gift items from the largest assortment of handicrafts under one roof at Honest Prices.

You can select from a wide range of handcrafted items and purchase the best from the selected artists. It offers Gudri And Appliqué Bed Covers in Appliqué Bed Sheet, Appliqué Work Bed Sheet Tree of Life Patchwork, Bed Cover with Hand Quilted Patchwork, and Gudri Bed Covers With Patch Works On It.

Dastkar Ranthambore: Dastkar Ranthambore is a joint endeavor of Dastkar and the Ranthambore Foundation to rehabilitate villages in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district that had lost access to wood, water, and farming grounds as a result of the formation of the Ranthambore National Park. Dastkar was approached by the Ranthambore Foundation in the late 1980s to start income-generating activities, particularly among women in the area.

Dastkar, a non-profit that promotes craft-based livelihoods, took over the area’s income-generation program in 1989. Dastkar Ranthambore now successfully creates and offers a variety of regional traditional crafts.

Craftmark has been conferred to Dastkar Ranthambore for the following processes:

  1. Printing on a block
  2. Embroidery

It sells a variety of items, including Bandhini/tie-dye dupattas with sequins and clothes. Patchwork pillows and quilts are popular home furnishings.

Accessories include block-printed bags, bags embellished with sequins, Terracotta ceramics, and leather juttis and chappals.

Anokhi: Anokhi is a Rajasthani brand known for its handcrafted, block-printed clothing. It has resurrected the ancient trade of hand block printing and helps to preserve rural craft-based livelihoods by allowing people to work under their own conditions and giving them steady work and financial stability. The Anokhi label aims to inspire the creation of contemporary products and designs with a tinge of traditionalism in order to appeal to the discriminating consumer. Anokhi now has retail locations all throughout India. Block printing, hand embroidery, tie and dye, natural dyeing, indigo dyeing, Kota-Doria Handloom, Tussar Silk, Khadi Fabric, Chanderi Fabric, and handlooms are among the company’s specialties. It has a large selection of Indian and western clothing. Table and bed linen, cushion covers, quilts, and other home furnishings Block-printed bags, pouches, scarves, handmade jewellery, and other accessories.



Bukhara – ITC Maurya : Address – ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. Phone – 011 33036086. Cuisines – North Indian. Opening Hours – 12:30 PM to 2:45 PM, 7 PM to 11:45 PM.  Cost – 5000 for two people (approx.)

FIO Country Kitchen and Bar: Address – Gate 1, The Garden of Five Senses, Saiyad Ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi. Phone – +91 9971004531, +91 9971004530. Cuisines – Italian, North Indian. Opening   Hours – 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 12:30 AM. Cost – 3300 for two people (approx.)

The Great Kabab Factory – Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi: Address – Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi, National Highway 8, Near IGI Airport, Mahipalpur, New Delhi. Phone – 011 33036149. Cuisines – North Indian. Opening Hours – 7 PM to 12 Midnight (Mon-Sat), 12:30 PM to 12:15 AM (Sunday). Cost – 3000 for two people (approx.)

Olive Beach: Address – Hotel Diplomat, 9, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. Phone – 011 46040404. Cuisines – Mediterranean, European, Italian. Opening Hours – 7 AM to 1 AM. Cost – 2400 for two people (approx.)

Parikrama – The Revolving Restaurant: Address – 22, Antariksh Bhavan, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Phone – 011 33036062. Cuisines –  North Indian, Chinese, Mughlai. Opening Hours – 12:30 PM to 12:30 AM. Cost – 5000 for two people (approx.).

Lodi – The Garden Restaurant: Address – Opposite Mausam Bhawan, Near Gate No 1, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Phone – 011 33036325. Cuisines – European, Lebanese, Mediterranean.  Opening Hours – 12 Noon to 12:30 AM. Cost – 2200 for two people (approx.)

Andhra Bhavan: Address – 1, Ashoka Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Phone – 011 23382031. Cuisines – Andhra, South Indian. Opening Hours – 8 AM to 10:30 AM, 12 Noon to 3 PM, 7:30 PM to 10 PM. Cost – 200 for two people (approx.)

Saravana Bhavan: Address – P 13, Connaught Circus, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Phone – 011 28844305. Cuisines – South Indian. Opening Hours – 8 AM to 11 PM. Cost – 400 for two people (approx.)

Rajdhani Thali Restaurant: Address – 9 A, Atmaram Mansion, Scindia House, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Phone – 011 43501200. Cuisines – Gujarati, Rajasthani. Opening Hours – 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11 PM. Cost – 800 for two people (approx.)

Veda: Address – H 27, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Phone – 011 41513535. Cuisines – North Indian, Mughlai. Opening Hours – 12 Noon to 11:30 PM. Cost – 3000 for two people (approx.)