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Here, Tashfeen Khan, an 30-year-old IT executive, tells us what one could do on a day out in Delhi.
From a visit to historical monuments like the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Tughlaqabad Fort, the Bahai Lotus Temple and India Gate, to a ride on the modern day Metro, a day in Delhi can be quite eventful.
You must visit the Walled City, located in the central district. Once there, the beautifully crafted Jama Masjid, the principal mosque of old Delhi, located on a busy central street buzzing with activity, is easy to find.
Your visit to this area won't be complete without a meal at the famous Karim's, which has perfected the art of Mughlai cuisine. You could also stroll down Paranthe Wali Gali in Chandni Chowk to sample the variety of parathas being served at the roadside. As evening rolls around, a visit to brightly-lit India Gate for the view and an ice cream is a must.
Delhi is also a shopper's delight. From an assortment of boutiques at Connaught Place to the quaint Dilli Haat, a handicraft market, the options are many. Try the Karol Bagh Market, Lajpat Nagar market or Sarojini Nagar market for everything from low priced electronics to shoes.
Evenings in Delhi are great for those who want to shake a leg and guzzle a few drinks. Urban Pind, a pub in Greater Kailash II, is a popular destination for its theme nights -- ladies' nights, expat nights, salsa nights and so on. Other options are the institutional Blues at Connaught Place and Bennigans at the Community Centre in Saket.
Delhi can be quite bewitching.
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