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Accommodation

Budget and luxury hotels converted from forts & palaces are available

Getting around

The best way to get around the city is by rickshaw or taxi

Best time to visit

November to March

Time zone

+5.30hrs GMT

Currency

Indian rupee

Languages

Hindi, English

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Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, situated near Connaught Place in the New Delhi district, is an astronomical observatory built in the 1720s by local ruler Maharaja Jai Singh II at the command of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah. The purpose of this large observatory, consisting of thirteen astronomical instruments, was to provide an accurate measurement of the movement of the sun, moon and other celestial bodies as well as provide a precise calculation of the time of day. The surrounding high-rise buildings have rendered red-painted Jantar Mantar an ineffective observatory but this urban landmark, designated a National Monument in 1948, remains a testament to Indian scientific curiosity and technical ingenuity

Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk is an historic market square in the walled city of Old Delhi that dates from the seventeenth century reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The market square was a site of imperial processions during the Mughal era and later in the time of the British Raj, the last one occurring in 1911 to mark the Imperial Durbar of George V. Today it remains a lively trading centre within the city's old quarter where street vendors ply their trade from stalls, selling everything from silverware to spices and haggling with customers over prices. The eighteenth century Sunehri Masjid, or Golden Mosque, is located here and somewhat obscured by more modern buildings

Purana Qila

The towering fortress of Purana Qila, standing by the Yamuna River which once fed its moat, is regarded as the oldest structural complex in Delhi and thought to have been built on the site of ancient Indraprastha. The fortress standing today dates from the sixteenth century, when it passed from one ruling dynasty to the next, but archaeological evidence suggests that the site has been occupied for over 3,000 years. Features of this fort, now a romantic destination for lovers, include 18 metre high walls, three arched gateways with towers on either side and an enclosure containing the Sher Mandal Library and the Qila Khuna Masjid mosque

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