We will start our day visiting The Great Grand Fort in Delhi built by Shahjahan as his Royal Residence. After visiting Red Fort we will start our walk with the breakfast at one of the famous shops in Old Delhi (depending on the taste preference traveller). After that we will start moving towards the road where exists major 4 religion of Delhi i.e. Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christianity. we will be visiting Lal Mandir the oldest and best-known Jain temple in Delhi, India. Next to Lal Mandir is Gauri Shankar Mandir, then Cantral Baptist Church and Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib will be our next stoppages. This gurudwara marks the site where Guru Teg Bahadur was beheaded by Aurangzeb in 1675. In between we will be having some more delicacies of Old Delhi like Samosas and Jalebis at “The Jalebi Wala”. one will be the spectator for some unknown but mughal time mansions in Chandni Chowk. Our next stoppage will be “Town Hall” which itself has manifolds of history inside. After Town hall we will walk towards the mansion of one of the renowned poet “Ghalib”. Ghalib was the most famous poet of Mughal courts and still alive in our books and hearts. Then after finishing with “Ghalib ki Haveli” we will go to Fatehpuri Masjid. Which was built by Shahjahan for one of his wives “Fatehpuri Begum”. We will end our day by visiting one of the largest spice market in India “Khari Baoli”. We can also visit St. stephen church and taste some dishes at Kake Di Hatti. Now its time for us to take you back to the hotel.
Next Day will star with the wake up call from your stay and visit some of the UNESCO sites like Qutb Complex and Qutub Minar. Which was built in 1193 by Qutab-ud- din Aibak. After visiting numerous monuments in Qutb Complex we will take a turn to the second largest temple of Hindu Religion in Delhi. Chhattarpur mandir or Temple is a Master piece itself. Many dieties are resting in the temple premises but main is Goddes “Durga”. It is a place of worship with beautiful architecture.
As this is our last day of our trip we will plan this light while visiting Nations museum. National museum was inaugurated on August 15, 1949 by Shri R.C. Rajagopalachari in the Rashtrapati Bhawan Premises. After Museum we will plan an interactive walk while visiting India Gate. We will walk from India Gate till Rahshtrapati Bhawan along with the taste of street food from roadside vendor.
After having lunch at Pandara Road or Khan Market we will drop you back to your stay.