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This is a very nice landmark but my experience was almost immediately ruined by this photographer who pushed me to take my photos then wanted me to buy all 6 of the shots he took even if I only agreed to 3. They weren't even...More
Nothing can beat the euphoria of visiting India Gate anytime of the day. Memorial to almost 70,000 soldiers who died in the First World War, it plays an attraction to young and old. The place is abuzz with the the hustle and bustle of tourists...More
I love the place... You can have street food there...
You will Love the lights and The Place ... The road, the garden... Everything is Clean & Beautiful... I enjoy the visit & the street Food...
The Best part is when you go nearer to...More
Standing tall in Central Delhi, it's almost like the centre of the City. Looks quite similar to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Dedicated to those martyred in World War, you will pass this majestic structure while crossing central Delhi. There is no entry fee,...More
Whole atmosphere is joyful here. Have enjoyed couple of family outings here, in the lawns on both sides of Rajpath. Evenings are very happening with lots of road-side eating options, bateery operated small car/bike rides for kids, fancy lights... There is ample dedicated parking spaces...More
India Gate is a war memorial located near the Rajpath. It's huge and can be seen from really far away too. It's made in such a way that it's exactly on the opposite side of Rashtrapati Bhavan. There's a Amar Jawan Jyothi , a fire...More
1. Historical and majestic monument
2. Easy to access from metro
4. Didnt bring any camera? Dont worry photographer here and you can get the print out of your pics fastly with good quality
2. So many sellers stall....More