4 best places to visit in Delhi

Delhi is not only the capital of India but also lies in the heart of the country. It is filled with joyful and hard working people who always merry on hangouts around the city. Each place is special and offers something one of a kind in Delhi. People from various regions visit here to gain sale of their innovative and beautiful products. This has also led to emergence of various known markets in the place. Here are some of the favourite hangout places of ‘Delhiites’.

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  1. Chandni Chowk

It is a very famous market in old Delhi for spices, sarees, religious places and many more. What is more famous is the Paranthe wali Gali. The variety and deliciousness of their Paranthas are unmatched since 19th century, the period of their start-up. There’s always a crowd at the place. The Chandni Chowk market is also famous for variety in clothing and tasty food. There are over hundreds of delicacies to wet your tongue ranging from sweet to spicy, the street food in Chandni chowk always attracts visitors. There are religious places- temples, church, Gurudwara and masjid set up in the same row where people come from distant places to worship. Nearby is the Red Fort, the historical monument established by the Mughal emperor-Shahjahan. The crowded streets never end here. The market has a lot to offer to general public as well as tourists. There are popular shops of sweets and local food vendors, you can also find shops selling trophies, and other items such as bells and wooden statues, handicrafts, etc. Chandni chowk has also witnessed shooting of many Bollywood movies. Fair are also organised close to the place during festivals, bringing larger crowd to the market.

2. Connaught Place (Rajiv Chowk)

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It is a go-to place especially when it comes to youngsters. It covers a wide area built with many commercial buildings and hangout spots for people to enjoy food and luxury. The Hanuman temple is also a reason behind the crowd at the place. Connaught place of Delhi also holds many cultural events at its central park. The Georgian style architecture of the place brings the difference out from other places. The market is built with big showrooms offering branded products and good services.

3. Lodhi Garden I Khan Market

The Lodhi Garden is a beautiful city park spread out in a vast area and is one of the old green places in Delhi holding historical significance. Located in Lodhi estate, it is a prime area to calm down and relax in between the nature, just aligned to the main roads. The architectural heritage here is an attraction to tourists as well as the locals. The serenity provided by sweet chirpings of the birds and clean water of the lake is magical and relaxing. The garden has tombs and other architecture.

Nearby is the Khan Market to shop luxurious items from foods to branded clothing. It is a tourist place situated on the main road of the Lodhi estate, well-fenced with structured walls. It is not much crowded and quite close to the metro station.

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4. Karol Bagh

It is a commercial as well as residential place located in Central Delhi. It has busy shopping streets and tasty street food serving the crowd around. This place has also served as shooting site in pop culture. There is direct metro connectivity to Karol Bagh. Branded as well as non branded and inexpensive items are available in the market adjoining the metro station with less crowded streets to offer a mindful shopping experience.