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A Mini-Disneyland
Appu Ghar in New Delhi is a crowd puller for the residents of the capital as well as those of neighbouring towns. Children will have a time of their life over here, while the enjoying the various rides.

The Swinging Sensations

Appu Ghar has the usual fare of exciting games like Roller Coaster, the Big Splash, Dodgem Cars, the Eerie Tunnel, Giant Wheel, Columbus Jhoola - a ship high up in the sky, the Speeding Cup, a Cable Car, a Saucer that works on centrifugal force and lots more.

Ice Games

Appu Ghar has now introduced Ice Games at OYSTERS, where four acres of the Water Park have been blanketed with ice for winter sports. These include sledding, skiing, ice boating, where one can row through a river full of icebergs and bowling on ice.

Amusements for the grown ups are also available over here such as Rain Dance, Ice Dance all to the tune of fast music and according to the seasons in Delhi. This water park is the best place to cool down the sultry summer heat.

The entry to the park is from Gate No. 4 at Pragati Maidan and remains open on all days of the week. One can visit the park on Mondays to Saturdays from 1.30 to 9.30pm and on Sundays from Noon to 9.30pm.

BIRLA MANDIR                                                                                                   
It is another landmark close to Connaught Place and was built by industrialist Raja Baldev Birla in 1938. The temple is an important prayer site and contains idols of several deities. Interestingly Mahatma Gandhi, who inaugurated the temple, was also a regular visitor to it and would often pray there.

Near Connaught Place in New Delhi, a vast and magnificent building that once belonged to Raja Jai Singh of Amber now stands stately Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, in memory of Guru Har Krishan ji. Guru Har Rai ji had two sons, Ram Rai was elder and the younger Har Krishan. Ram Rai had displeased his father on account of his manifesting miracles despite strict instructions not to do so as it was against the Sikh faith. Guru Har Rai ji had thus ordained Guruship to his younger son Har Krishan. Through a cunning and crafty design, the deranged and distraught Ram Rai involved Emperor Aurangzeb against the succession. The Emperor ordered Raja Jai Singh to get Guru Harkrishan ji to see him in Delhi. The Raja was a great devotee of the Sikh Guru's and he knew the true story of the succession too. The Raja instead of presenting the Guru before the King, made him his own guest. It so happened that at time Delhi was inflamed with the epidemic of smallpox and people in large gatherings had been visiting the Guru continuously. The Guru thus could not escapee the attack of smallpox and he left for his heavenly abode in 1664 at the tender age of just eight. It is at this place where the Guru breathed his last and the big palace was converted into an inspiring Gurdwara now known as Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, which is a sacred place for pilgrimage with the Sikhs.

Is a very recent architectural marvel of the Bahai faith and is visible from several spots in south Delhi. Located in Kalkaji in the south of Delhi, it is lotus shaped and has rightly been given the name. It is made of marble, cement, dolomite and sand. It is open to all faiths and is an ideal place for meditation and obtaining peace and tranquility.


One of Delhi's most popular shopping centres built as early as 1931 there is nothing that one cannot buy here and it also has several eating houses. The state emporia buildings are also located in this area so are the head offices of major banks, airlines and other such things of importance to the tourist. The complex popularly referred to as CP is an important meeting points for all sections of people and is something which no tourist should miss if for nothing else then for its architecture and the humdrum of everyday life.


A Bazaar Par Excellence
Delhi Haat Food and Crafts Bazaar, opposite INA Market, is a one-stop shopping place for tourists, which not only offers various arts and handicrafts of India, but also a taste of the ethnic cuisine. Visitors can also witness the different performing arts of the country.

The Haat
The word 'haat' refers to a weekly market in rural, semi urban and sometimes urban India. Dilli-Haat provides an atmosphere of traditional rural or village market, but suitable according to the needs of the contemporary world.

Dilli Haat is known as the first ever-permanent crafts market showcasing India, housing within its premises a blend of craft, food and cultural activities. The craftsmen here are mobile & ever changing, which is another depiction of the richness and diversity of Indian handicrafts and art crafts.

The Architecture

Spread over a spacious 6-acre area, the plaza is paved with stone & brickwork, skillfully interspersed with grass, flowering shrubs, Eucalyptus & other tall trees. A minimal built up area ensures a relaxed & serene ambience.

The 62 stalls selling handicrafts are allotted on a rotational basis to craftsmen who come here from all across India by paying a mere INR 100 per day for a maximum period of 15 Days. This ensures visitors buy authentic wares at prices within their budget.

Cuisine Delights

Visitors can also savour the unique flavors of the delightful local foods from the various regions of India be it the momos from Sikkim or the Bamboos hot chicken from Nagaland, Kahwa & Kebabs from Jammu, Pooranpoli from Maharashtra or the Gujrati Dhokla. As many as 25 food stalls are present at the Haat that offer variety of foods, served in an eco -friendly manner.

The Cultural Complex

Dilli Haat also comprises of an open-air theatre for cultural programmes and a children's play area. In the theatre from time to time performance of folk music and dance is on offer to attract the tourists. The theatre captures tantalising glimpses of the diversified Indian culture in all its rich and varied colours, ranging from the unique and spectacular dance of Kathakali to the pulsating alive and vigorous Bhangra from Punjab.

Timeless Displays

Diili Haat is paradise for handicrafts and lovers. The treasurable collection over here comprise of intricate rosewood & sandalwood carvings, embellished camel hide footwear, Kandtha sarees from West Bengal, Bidri work from Karnataka and Andhra, bamboo and cane work from Assam, Aari embroidery from Kashmir, wooden icons from Tamil Nadu, panels from Bastar and a host of other items.

Dilli Haat is thus an important landmark of Delhi where one can enjoy the myraid cultural, musical and art forms of India, all available at one place.

Straight down the road from Rashtrapati Bhavan along a magnificent view and totally unhampered drive is India Gate, which is primarily a memorial to the Unknown Soldier. Designed by Lutyens, the 42 metre high structure is a war memorial in honor of the soldiers who died during the Second World War. The imposing structure from where stretch massive lush green lawns has an eternal flame (amar jawan jyoti) to honor the memory of the unknown soldiers. A popular picnic spot, one can see hoarders of people moving about the area and on the lawns on summer evenings.

It is 5 km to the S-West from Connaught Place at Arvind Marg on the way to Kutub. Between 1753-74, Nawab Suja-ud-Dulla erected Safdarjung on the graveyard of Nawab of Ayodhya Mirza Mukim Abul Mansur Khan, like the tomb of Humayun. In the middle of Mughal Garden Charbagh, it is the last tomb or graveyard of 40 ft high. On the 4 sides, there are 4 stone made Azan Minar. In the courtyard, there is rose garden.
Beside it, mini airport, Safdarjung of Delhi Flying Club is located. In 1980, Sanjay Gandhi died in an air crash in this airport. Adjacent to the south, there is the battle field, where Mahammad Shah Tughlak was defeated by Taimur in 12 Dec, 1398.


Janpath is one of the busiest roads in New Delhi. Tourism Dept Office of Govt of India is at 88 Janpath. You may seek their assistance Monday to Friday from 9-00 to 18-00 and on Saturday from 9-00 to 13-00. Sunday closed. Janpath meets Rajpath going further south. To the east of Rajpath is India Gate and to the west is Parliament House and Rashtrapati Bhawan. To the further south there is the posh area of New Delhi - Defence Colony, Lodhi Colony, Greater Kailash, Basanta Bihar etc.
ndira Gandhi International Airport is towards further S-West from Rajpath via Dalhousie Rd/Sardar Patel Marg/Parade Rd. On the way various foreign Consulates and Embassies there is Diplomatic Enclave Chanakyapuri. Many star hotels are also located in Chanakyapuri.

A marvellous piece of architecture which can be admired only from outside on account of security restrictions. Close to Rashtrapathi Bhavan, it is domed almost circular structure about a kilometer in circumference, and was designed by the famed architect Lutyens. It is the seat of the Indian Parliament and during the sessions of Parliament there is a flurry of activity in and around the structure.

The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of the country. Designed by Lutyens, it was the official residence of the Viceroy when the British ruled India. With 340 rooms and an area of about 330 acres, it is an imposing structure and a tourist's delight. The pillars and the porticos are an architect's marvel and so are the Durbar Hall and the Ashoka Hall within the complex. Although special permission has to be obtained to visit the complex, the Mughal Gardens within the complex are a treat for the eyes and are open to the public during certain periods of the year.

Situated within the President's Estate, these gardens boast of the finest varieties of roses in the country besides other flowers, which are maintained with the utmost care and thought. The lawns of the gardens are the place where the President hosts tea parties. Besides this there are several artificial ponds where one can get to see a variety of fish and perhaps one of the most interesting sights are the almost romantically designed fountains illuminated with multicoloured lights.

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