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New Delhi Full Day Tour with Transportation and Lunch

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Experience the vibrant New Delhi,capital of a secular and the world’s largest democratic country, is not just the city planned by Sir Edward Lutyens, to design India’s new capital in 1911, but a blend of the same along with its glorious past, depicted through ruins of forts, tombs of earlier rulers, dilapidated archways and much more. A city with a glorious past has witnessed the rise and fall of many empires. It remains timeless in appeal, incredible to experience, and exciting to explore.

08:00 AM

Meeting Point

At hotel or Airport

08:00 AM

At hotel or Airport

We will pick up from your any hotel in Delhi Noida & Gurgaon by air-conditioned private vehicle - Below suggested itinerary timings will be based on the distance of your hotel.

08:30 AM

The Nehru Museum / Prime Ministers' Museum and Library at Teen Murti

The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML) has been officially renamed as the Prime Ministers' Museum and Library (PMML). The decision to rename the museum was taken in June during a meeting of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Society. The renaming acknowledges all Prime Ministers' contributions and their role in India's progress.

08:40 AM

The ‘Dandi March Statue

The ‘Dandi March Statue’, commemorates the Salt March of 1930 from Sabarmati to Dandi, featuring Mahatma Gandhi and his followers in a peaceful protest. The ‘Salt Satyagraha’ was a civil disobedience movement initiated by Mahatma Gandhi against the salt tax imposed by the British Government in India.

09:00 AM

Laxmi Narayan Temple

The Laxmi Narayan Temple, commonly referred to as the Birla Mandir, is a magnificent Hindu temple located in the heart of Delhi, India. With its intricate architecture, rich cultural significance, and serene ambiance, the temple stands as a symbol of devotion and architectural excellence.

Situated on Mandir Marg, the Laxmi Narayan Temple was built by the renowned Birla family, prominent industrialists and philanthropists, and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1939. The temple is dedicated to Lord Laxmi Narayan, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and his consort Goddess Laxmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity.

09:20 AM

Sacred Heart Cathedral

Nestled amidst the bustling streets of Gole Dak Khana in Delhi, the Sacred Heart Cathedral stands as an architectural masterpiece and a testament to the city's rich cultural and religious heritage. With its imposing facade, intricate detailing, and historical significance, the cathedral has become an iconic landmark that attracts not only devout worshippers but also curious tourists and architecture enthusiasts from around the world.

The Sacred Heart Cathedral, also known as the 'Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Delhi,' is a striking example of Neo-Gothic architecture. Its construction commenced in 1929 under the guidance of British architect Henry Medd and was completed in 1933. The cathedral's distinctive design features pointed arches, intricate stained-glass windows, and lofty spires that reach towards the heavens. This architectural style was chosen to symbolize the devotion and piety associated with Gothic cathedrals, while blending harmoniously with Delhi's urban landscape.

09:30 AM

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, a prominent Sikh house of worship in New Delhi, India, stands as a sacred testament to Sikhism's values of service and compassion. The gurudwara was initially a bungalow owned by Raja Jai Singh, later transformed into a place of worship to commemorate the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji. The gleaming gold dome and serene Sarovar (holy pond) define its architectural elegance. Serving as a hub of spiritual solace and community aid, the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib offers free meals (Langar) to thousands daily, irrespective of caste or creed. Its charitable initiatives encompass medical facilities, education, and relief programs. Pilgrims and visitors alike are drawn to its tranquil ambiance and the inclusive spirit it epitomizes. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is not only a place of reverence but also a beacon of humanitarian principles, symbolizing the essence of Sikh philosophy.

10:10 AM

Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli, a historical stepwell nestled within the bustling heart of Delhi, India, stands as a captivating testament to architectural ingenuity and cultural heritage. Comprising three levels of intricately designed stone steps, this ancient water reservoir exudes an aura of mystique and charm. Thought to be built by King Agrasen during the Mahabharata era, the baoli served as a crucial source of water and a communal gathering space.

The Baoli's symmetrical arches, unique geometry, and descending staircases create an awe-inspiring visual spectacle. Its cool, subterranean ambiance offers respite from Delhi's scorching heat, inviting visitors to explore its historical significance and reflect on its role in ancient society. Today, Agrasen ki Baoli is not just an architectural marvel but also a cultural hotspot, attracting tourists, photographers, and enthusiasts alike. It preserves the echoes of bygone eras while remaining an integral part of modern Delhi's landscape, reminding us of the rich historical tapestry that shapes the city's identity.

11:00 AM

Parliament House

Parliament House, situated in Delhi, India, stands as an architectural marvel and the epicenter of the country's democratic framework. Designed by renowned architect Edwin Lutyens, it was inaugurated in 1927. This iconic circular building symbolizes unity and sovereignty, housing the two houses of the Indian Parliament – the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) and the Lok Sabha (House of the People). Its distinct blend of classical and Indian architectural elements, including a central dome and colonnaded corridors, reflects the nation's rich heritage. Parliament House has witnessed significant historical debates and policy-making, shaping India's democratic course. The building's imposing presence, combined with its historical importance, cements its status as a national emblem and a symbol of India's vibrant democracy.

11:10 AM

Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House)

The Rashtrapati Bhavan, located in the heart of New Delhi, India, stands as an architectural marvel and a symbol of the nation's heritage. This iconic structure serves as the official residence of the President of India. Designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens, it encompasses a blend of Indian and Western architectural styles, reflecting the country's rich cultural diversity. Spread across 320 acres, the Rashtrapati Bhavan features lush gardens, grand halls, and intricate detailing. Its Mughal gardens are a serene retreat, showcasing an array of vibrant flora. The central dome, surrounded by exquisite columns, is a prominent feature. It holds historical significance as the place where pivotal decisions have been made throughout India's history. The Rashtrapati Bhavan stands not only as a residence but also as a testament to India's democratic values and architectural brilliance.

11:20 AM

India Gate

The India Gate, an iconic monument in Delhi, stands as a symbol of national pride and remembrance. This majestic archway was erected in honor of the Indian soldiers who lost their lives during World War I. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, it's an exquisite blend of British and Indian architectural styles. The gate is constructed from sandstone and rises to a height of 42 meters, dominating the Rajpath with its grandeur. The Amar Jawan Jyoti, an eternal flame, burns beneath the arch to pay homage to the unknown soldiers of India. Surrounded by lush lawns, the India Gate is a popular gathering spot, especially during evenings when it's illuminated, creating a captivating sight. It not only commemorates sacrifice but also serves as a place for citizens to reflect and honor the nation's history.

11:30 AM

Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb, located in Delhi, is a magnificent architectural masterpiece that holds historical significance. Constructed in the mid-16th century, it stands as a tribute to the Mughal Emperor Humayun. This grand mausoleum showcases a blend of Persian and Indian architectural styles, setting the precedent for later Mughal structures, including the iconic Taj Mahal.

The tomb is characterized by its symmetrical layout, expansive gardens, and a central dome that soars elegantly above. The intricate use of red sandstone and white marble adds to its charm. The surrounding charbagh-style garden, divided into quadrants by water channels, symbolizes paradise in Islamic tradition. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Humayun's Tomb reflects the cultural and artistic zenith of the Mughal Empire. It stands not only as a remarkable architectural marvel but also as a historical testament to the enduring legacy of India's past civilizations

01:00 PM

Lunch

Indian Lunch

02:30 PM

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar, an iconic monument in Delhi, stands as a testament to India's rich history and architectural brilliance. Rising to a height of 73 meters, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a magnificent example of Indo-Islamic architecture. Constructed in the early 13th century by Qutub-ud-din Aibak and later expanded by successive rulers, the tower's five distinctive stories showcase intricate carvings, verses from the Quran, and unique architectural motifs. The fusion of Persian, Islamic, and Indian styles is evident in its red sandstone and marble construction. Qutub Minar is flanked by other significant historical structures, like the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, making it a hub of cultural and historical significance. It stands not only as a symbol of Delhi's past but also as a source of inspiration for architects and history enthusiasts worldwide.

03:30 PM

Hauz Khas Village

Hauz Khas Village, nestled in the heart of Delhi, is a captivating blend of historical charm and modern vibrance. This urban village boasts a rich heritage, centered around a 14th-century reservoir and complex that once served as a water source for the Delhi Sultanate. Today, it has transformed into a bustling hub known for its eclectic fusion of art, culture, and contemporary living.

The village entices visitors with its labyrinthine lanes adorned with boutiques, galleries, and quaint cafes. The Hauz Khas Fort stands as a testament to the past, offering panoramic views of the village and the adjacent Deer Park. Its historic ambiance has drawn artists, designers, and young crowds, making it a thriving creative haven.

With its unique blend of history and modernity, Hauz Khas Village stands as a living narrative of Delhi's evolution, appealing to both history enthusiasts and the culturally curious.

04:30 PM

Drop Back at the Hotel

Tour ends with sweet memories.

Ending Point

At hotel or Airport

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Inclusions & Exclusions

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What‘s included

Ø Transportation by AC Toyota Innova or Crista or equivalent MUV chauffeur driven Car

Ø Friendly services of an English-speaking experienced guide / Masterji Kee haveli's Associate / Local Friend / storyteller / historian

Ø Bottled water.

Ø Lunch

Ø All Toll Taxes, Fuel Charges, Parking, driver daily allowance for the above services

Ø Chips with another titbits, bottled water, and fruits in the transport

Ø Toilet rolls and hand sanitizer


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What‘s not included

Not Included:

Ø Entrance Fee for about 600rs per person per monument in total at monuments ( would need to pay at two places as per the above itinerary).

Ø Camera/Video charges where applicable.

Ø Personal expenses, such as table drinks, telephone calls, tipping etc.

Ø Any additional expenses caused by a disturbance in the program due to weather conditions, sickness, natural disasters, riots, etc.

Ø Liability for or insurance against injury, loss of life, accidents, or loss of goods.


Tour Important Information

A pulsating modern city packed with history; Delhi has been the centre of power play for centuries. A city with a glorious past has witnessed the rise and fall of many empires. It remains timeless in appeal, incredible to experience, and exciting to explore.

On picking you up from your hotel at 08:30 AM, our tour begins with a drive exploring Lutyen’s Delhi. Looking at the colonial architecture surrounded by the newly built commercial high-rise buildings, we hit upon a hidden treasure in the heart of New Delhi

Note 1:

 Indicates Stoppage

Ø Indicates Drive past

Note 2: Below is an indicative/suggested itinerary and may be modified as per your interest.

Note 3: In case of time constraints, we may have to skip certain places.

Ø The Nehru Museum / Prime Ministers' Museum and Library at Teen Murti

Ø The ‘Dandi March Statue

We drive to:

Ø Laxmi Narayan Temple (also known as Birla Temple)

Ø Sacred Heart Cathedral

 Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Then driving through the main shopping centres (Janpath and Connaught Place or Rajiv Chowk) of Lutyens’s Delhi, looking at the colonial architecture of Connaught Place, surrounded by the newly built, commercial high-rise buildings, we hit upon a hidden treasure in the heart of New Delhi

 Agrasen ki Baoli

Then, driving via

Ø Parliament House

Ø Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House)

Ø India Gate

We reach

 Humayun’s Tomb (Entry Ticket required)

 Indian lunch

we visit:

 Qutub Minar (Entry Ticket required)

On our way back to the hotel, we may stop at

 Hauz Khas Village

Tour ends with a drop at the hotel.


Sunday is the best day to experience New Delhi

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