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Feb 17 2014

The magnificence of Delhi

We are starting to publish a series of videos, which we have created with images from the different states in India.

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The magnificence of Delhi

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Jul 29 2013

Highlights of North India Tour – Delhi, Varanasi & Rajasthan

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India Travel Notes presents Rupesh Kumar

North India is a popular tourism zone. The northern part of the country is very rich in natural endowment and man made attraction spots to attract tourists in greater volume. This part of county is mainly popular of wildlife tourism, religious tourism and historical tourism. Delhi, Varanasi and Rajasthan are the main highlight of north India tour.

India Travel Notes - Delhi Tour

Let us explore the striking features of these places one by one to get maximum enjoyment from North India Tour. Along with touring also enjoy window shopping at these places.
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Jul 26 2013

Delightful Delhi Holiday Tour Packages

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India Travel Notes presents John K Anthony

A vacation in the capital city of India can be a very exciting time. New Delhi is one of the most happening cities in the world and also a place full of famous temples and historical heritage sites. Going around Delhi is easy as plenty of tour operators work in the city and provide facilities for a complete reconnaissance. A credible Delhi travel agent or Delhi tour operator will make arrangements for the visitor to see the city at highly nominal costs. A tour operator in Delhi can always be counted on by visitors in assisting them go around the city and see everything that they look forward to.

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Photograph by Dennis G.Jarvis

Delhi is the heart of the country, the place where free minded people can be seen all around. Apart from that, Delhi also has some memorable monuments that were built a long ago and have gone on to become historic pieces. Be it the Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, India gate or temples like the Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple, Delhi has them placed all over and makes for a very interesting visit. The arrangements mostly made by a Delhi tour operator or a Delhi travel agent will always start off mostly from the centre of the city and culminate once all the sites have been shown properly.
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Jul 22 2013

Delhi City Tour and Desert Circuit Tour With Car Rental

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India Travel Notes presents Terence Lewis

Delhi is the capital city of India and is one of the most visited cities if India. The place is often visited by because it is a popular tourist hub. The city is dotted with many attractions to amuse and entertain tourists. The city has both historical monuments and modern attractions spots. People from far and wide places visit Delhi to explore the lively charm of the city. As you are keen about exploring the desert topography go for desert circuit tour in Rajasthan. If you want a comfortable and convenient travel, you can easily hire car on rent to explore the charm of Delhi and golden beauty of Rajasthan.

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Photograph by Trey Ratcliff

There are numerous historical heritages in Delhi. Some of the popular heritages cited in Delhiare Red Fort, Qutub Minar, IndiaGate, Humayun’s Tomb, Old Fort, Tughlaqabad Fort, Lotu sTemple, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, etc. Delhialso has many museums that contain the evidence of golden history of India. Visit the popular museums to get an overview of historical past of India. Delhialso has many modern tourist attractions sites to entertain guests. Akshardham Temple, Shanti Stupa at Indraprastha Park, Garden of Five Senses, Mughal Garden, Nehru Park, numerous shopping malls and complexes also attracts tourists with great intensity. These all attractions are scattered widely in the city. You can hire a Delhi car rental to travel easily in Delhi. However, you can cover most of the destination with Delhi Metro also. There is comprehensive network of metro in the city.
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Jul 19 2013

Satiate Your Desire for Entertainment and Shopping With Delhi Tour Packages

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India Travel Notes presents Leesa Grecia

The administrative center of India, Delhi is the place where the dreams of the people are achieved. You will discover people of different ethnicity, culture and state living peacefully and harmoniously in Delhi. Delhi tourism enables you to get a glimpse of the diverse culture and traditions. While availing your Delhi tour packages you will realize that Delhi is the perfect blend of the past and the present. Everything ranging from the landmarks and monuments, contemporary shopping malls to ancient temples are well preserved and stands proudly together. If you start counting the activities and fun which Delhi tourism offers, the list will be endless! But shopping and entertainment are the vital reasons why the people desire to include a Delhi tour in their honeymoon travel package.

India Travel Notes - Hotels in New Delhi are Epitome of Hospitality and Comfort

Shopping: Since the medieval period, Delhi has been highly regarded as a major shopping hub. The shopping buffs and other tourists can have a blast shopping in the various areas and shopping malls of Delhi. You can even find people who actually book the Delhi tour packages especially to shop and enjoy in the capital city. The shopping centers, complexes, whole sale markets and other shopping locations are scattered all over the place.
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Jul 15 2013

Weekend Tour Around Delhi

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India Travel Notes presents Kandpal Chandra Subhash

Delhi, beautiful capital city of India, is a very popular tourist destination in itself. However, people who are already living in Delhi need some places to visit for a quick weekend getaway or just to relax or recharge their bodies and minds. Here we will give you some very good options for a weekend tour around Delhi so that you can make the most of your weekend this time.

Corbett Weekend Tour

India Travel Notes - Heritage in Delhi

Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is India’s most popular wildlife sanctuary. It is spread over an area of 520 sq. km. and is nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. Corbett National Park has the highest density of tigers in India. Other animals to be found here are bear, leopard, sambhar, and elephant. Ramganga river, which flows through this park, is abundant in wonderful mahaseer. Jim Corbett Park is 290 km away from Delhi.
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Jul 12 2013

Delhi Tour – Capital City of India

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India Travel Notes presents Gajendra Verma

Second largest metropolis in India, Delhi is embellished with River Yamuna at its periphery and the Aravalli Hills across its west. Being the national capital of the country, Delhi upholds immense political and legislative relevance. The capital city is rich with colourful culture, architecture and human diversity and thus casts a spell over its visitors who enjoy a carefree Delhitour. With a deep rooted history of various Kings and their dynasties the city is embellished with invaluable monuments, numerous landmarks of love, religion and illustrious empires making one’s Delhi tour, India a cherished memory.

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Photograph by Raghuram Ashok

Be it the ancient Meena Baazaar at Old Delhi, or the largest mosque of India- Jama Masjid, or even the Victorian style buildings at New Delhi the city is always full of life and colour. The vibrant New Delhi is also known as Lutyen’s Delhi, named after British architect Edwin Lutyens who had designed the famous legislative buildings in Delhi including India’s Parliament House. Situated at the heart of the city it owns an impressive structure of Parliament House, Rajpath and is connected to India Gate hence is a series of elegant Victorian style architecture making one’s New Delhi tour an enlightening experience.
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Jul 08 2013

Delhi – Tour the Capital

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India Travel Notes presents Nagma Biswas

It was the Slave Dynasty that took up Delhi as its seat and gave it its modern identity of being the capital of the country which is now the modern India. However, the area in and around Delhi is believed to have been inhabited much before the Delhi Sultanate was established. It is believed to be the site of the legendary Indraprastha, where the battle of Mahabharata was fought. Whatever might be the date of its foundation, Delhi has always been a coveted spot all rulers have lusted for it. Even though the British originally had Calcutta as their capital, it was later on moved on to Delhi and has ever since continued to be the same.

India Travel Notes - Delhi Tour

With a long and glorious history to boast of, Delhi is full of structures and forts from various dynasties who have ruled the country from here. The sacking and rebuilding cycle that Delhi has witnessed, has been particularly interesting. While the Moghuls left behind majestic structures like the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid, the British gave the Lutyens’ side of Delhi. A heady mix of various races and cultures, Delhi has come up with a completely unique culture of itself and a distinct identity of its own.
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Jul 05 2013

Delhi – Take a Tour to the Magnificent Highlights to Feel the Verve

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India Travel Notes presents Eddie Paynter

Are you on the brink of going on a holiday? What have you decided? We certainly would like to help you if you haven’t been able to reckon about a perfect hotspot that would leave you wordless. Why don’t you head to Delhi? Recognized as the capital of India, Delhi can be considered as the city that exerts a pull on the vacationers who book flights to Delhi from all the corners of the world. It is the immaculate destination for those who are fondly are known as globetrotters as they just cannot resist the staggering sightseeing spots they come into close contact with.

India Travel Notes – North India Tour- An Incredible Journey

If you are among those who are suffering from wanderlust and have a strong desire to discover various marvels and highlights, then it’s time you go up in the air to one of the most commended locations on the planet.
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Jul 01 2013

Grab a Tour to Enchanting Delhi for a Vacation to Remember

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India Travel Notes presents Adrian Pye

It may sound clichéd to you that Delhi is one of the most renowned tourist destinations of the world that cajole a lot of holiday-makers from across the glove but it is the reality that cannot be held back. Regarded as the capital of India, Delhi is so vivacious that would let you surrender to its magnetic appeal that is known to have enticed many tourists who take cheap flights to Delhi from Heathrow. So many factors make up for the fact why Delhi is a major tourist destination that never fails to leak a striking appeal from every corner the instant its attractions are paid a visit to. It offers a multitude of mesmerizing highlights and other places of interest that just cannot afford to go unnoticed.

Welcome to Delhi!

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Photograph by Dennis G.Jarvis

Delhi is counted among favourite tourist destinations that witness millions of tourists travelling every year. It is extremely popular among those individuals that are seeking an incredible blend of old and new. It has been under a great influence of rise and falls of various empires. To begin with, when the Mughals captured the capital of India, it sustained many atrocities though there were the emperors who had generosity. After the Mughal kingdom, Delhi was captured by the British and their period of monarchy was cruel than what the Mughals had imposed.
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