7 Things To Do In A Delhi Trip

Things To Do In Delhi

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It is not easy to forget how it feels to remember the memorable days of one’s vacation. But while working as an adult, stress and heavy workloads always try to eat up our precious vacation days. In one way or the other almost every one of us deserved a minimum number of vacation days a year but most of them don’t take them. Many claim that vacations are generally quiet less so it is not easy to explore a place in such time. But when it comes to Delhi, these claims can be flawed.

Things To Do In Delhi

Things To Do In Delhi | Image Resource : indianculturetalk.com

Various ancient monuments, mosques and forts are among the dominated top Delhi attractions. They are not only mesmerizing but also among the most visited places. But what is next once you have seen them? Here are few of the best things to do in delhi that will give you a unique and quite different experience of the city.

Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rashtrapati Bhavan | Image Resource : indiaeducationreview.com

Witnessing the Changing of Guard

Guard ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan is among the top ceremonies that took place around the world. It is more or less similar to London’s Buckingham Palace ceremony. It is among the relatively unknown attractions of Delhi. It was introduced in 2007 and relocated in late 2012. Along with this, an equestrian display of president’s body guard on the horseback of the ceremonial regalia has been also added. It happens every Sunday morning and there is a space of 200 guests. As the access to such events are curtailed due to security reasons, it provides a fantastic opportunity to explore the architecture of immense Rashtrapati Bhavan building. The starting time of the ceremony varies between 8 am to 10 am depending upon the seasons.

Delhi Folk Art

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Delhi Folk Art

There is a slum area in Delhi underneath the Shadipur Depot Bridge in west called as Kathputli Colony. Exploring this arena is one of the interesting things to do in Delhi. Many of them represented India at foreign countries as well.

Forts in Delhi

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Visiting the Ancient Forts

Delhi’s ancient monuments are famous for their architecture and modernized styles around the world. It includes Red Fort, Qutb MinarComplex, Humayun Tomb and Old Fort etc.

Delhi with a Bicycle

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Exploring Delhi with a Bicycle

For a unique and impressive experience of Delhi, taking a bicycle on the streets is also a good thing to do. It allows you to fully immerse yourself in the various tastes, sounds, smells and colors of Delhi.

Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah | Image Resource : wordpress.com

Enjoying Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah

Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah was the resting place of world’s renowned sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliy. This place attracts Sufi devotees across the globe. It is located in the Nizamuddin’s west neighborhood of New Delhi. Along with this, place is also surrounded by a bustling market to walk through alleyways. You can go there before the sunset and visit the nearby Humayun’s Tomb as well.

Street of Delhi

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Walking on the Street of Delhi

To learn more about the underbelly of Delhi, try to have a two hour walk through the streets of Paharganj and New Delhi. Watching people living and working on the streets themselves is one of the life changing things of Delhi.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib | Image Resource : overseasattractions.com

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Visiting the most peaceful, relaxing and holy place is also one of the most memorable things to do on your Delhi trip.

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