High Season : Oct - Mar
10 - 25℃
Low Season : Apr - Sep
25 - 45℃
Nearest Airport -DEL
New Delhi
Nearest Train Stations -NDLS
New Delhi


The city's history can be traced back to the epic Mahabharata over five thousand years ago. Pandavas the heroes of the epic lived in this town known as Indraprastha and it prospered and flourished as their capital. Later Prithvi raj Chauhan the great Tomar king ruled over parts of the region known as Lal Kot. Delhi witnessed great political commotion for many centuries with the change of rule from Mughals to Khiljis, and consequently to Tughlaqs. The city gradually extended its area by including Ferozabad, Tughlabad, Shahjahanabad, and other smaller divisions. Eventually, in the early eighteenth century, Delhi came under British rule after the English shifted their capital from Calcutta to Delhi. Later after independence, the city renamed New Delhi was made the capital of India. Edwin Lutyens designed most of the important buildings of New Delhi.

Facts & Culture

Delhi is often referred to as  'Delhi Dilwalon ki' meaning the city with big-hearted people. The city is said to have a charm and is full of life like no other city in the country. Delhi with its great Mughal and imperial influences offers some splendid places to see for one and all. There are a variety of tourist places like forts, monuments, temples, museums, and markets. The Mughal architecture predominantly features in the sightseeing tours of Delhi which include the Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun's tomb, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Tughlakabad Fort, Jantar Mantar, etc. There are a number of temples, Gurudwaras worth visiting like the famous Akshar Dham Temple, Birla Temple, Lotus Temple, Iscon temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib,  etc. Some of the famous museums of Delhi are The National Museum, cottage industries museum, Dolls museum, etc.

Delhi boasts of many quaint busy markets like the Sarojini Nagar, Janpath and the biggest wholesale market of  Chandni Chowk is famous for its buzzing activities and local delectable street food worth tasting. Delhi is a paradise for food lovers with its local spicy flavors as well as authentic continental food choices. The age-old exquisite recipes are tried and admired by the top food connoisseurs of the world. The capital city boasts of a  cosmopolitan culture where people from all parts of the country work and live in harmony. The city is often referred to as  'Delhi Dilwalon ki' meaning the city with big-hearted people.

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