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Rajpath

New & Old Delhi

Duration: 1 Day
Price: On Request
Best Season: Oct-April

DELHI's boss "sight" is its road life. The overflowing bazaars of creative energy lie in "Old" Delhi, the city of the Moghuls, set up in the seventeenth century and still to a great extent Muslim: the enormous Jama Masjid (Great Mosque) commands the quarter. Its principle avenue, the turbulent Chandni Chowk, adjoins the Red Fort, whose unblemished gardens and grandiose Moghul gathering of people lobbies offer a peaceful asylum. Toward the south, British-constructed New Delhi is a captivating complexity, transmitting out from the boutiques and bistros of Connaught Place: here, the dusty back streets are supplanted by expansive, bolt straight lanes and four-square landmarks. The royal shopping center, Rajpath, prompts the forceful curve of India Gate, composed by Edwin Lutyens in the 1920s, and now the concentration of New Delhi's passeggiata