Delhi.

Tripoto
17th Feb 2015

Mughal Garden

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Chandni Chowk

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni
Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Inside Qutub Minar

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

India Gate

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Gol Gappa

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Rashtrapati Bhavan

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Mughal Garden

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Inside Qutub Minar

Photo of Delhi. by Tanvi Nadkarni

Good trip! Very Informative and educational. Got an opportunity to see many things, which would otherwise wouldn't have been possible for a common man.

Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and famous areas in Delhi, where you can gorge on food or simply spend time shopping. P.S :- Don't forget to bargain!
Photo of Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Qutub Minar is one of the magnificient architectures constructed in the olden times. This place takes us back to the olden eras in the Indian history. Being recognised as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most visited places in Delhi.
Photo of Qutub Minar, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Photo of Qutub Minar, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Photo of Qutub Minar, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
The India Gate, originally called the All India War Memorial, is a war memorial located astride the Rajpath. This memorial is build, in the honour of, all those soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our nation.
Photo of India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Photo of India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Rashtrapati Bhavan, also known as the President's house, is a huge palace kind of structure where the President of India resides. In order to have access to this place, and for a tour inside the president's house, one needs to obtain prior permission from the main authority located here.
Photo of Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Situated right behind the President's house, is mughal garden, where taking a stroll would take 2-3 hours. Yes, it's that huge. This garden contains all types of Bonsai, ayurvedic plants, herbal plants, Trees, different types of flowers, medicinal plants, herbs, shrubs etc. You name it, you have it! Must visit for those who have immense knowledge of plants and gardening.
Photo of Mughal Garden, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Photo of Mughal Garden, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Tanvi Nadkarni
Being a law student, I got this opportunity to see the Parliament house from Inside. This place is simply amazing. especially the museum is well constructed and maintained. This is maybe the first museum I have loved till now. Yes, believe me its worth a watch. I also got an opportunity to see the ORIGINAL Constitution of India which was drafted few decades ago. * feeling lucky* You obviously require prior permission to enter in the parliament and No cameras or Phone or bags are allowed inside the premises.
The Supreme Court of India. The dream of every law student. Again this place requires prior permission from the authority, and no phones, cameras are allowed here. Being a law student, I could witnessed an ongoing case inside the Court of Justice, inside the supreme court. *feeling lucky again*
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