Love Travelling? Know which four places are the best kept secrets of Delhi!

Love TravellingBesides several famous monuments and World Heritage Sites, Delhi is home to a number of lesser known but fascinating structures. Most of us, are just aware of the places which are the major tourists spots, but what we forget is, that there is always something more to Delhi.

Which is why, we have compiled a small list of the places, that you really need to visit to satisfy your wanderlust:

Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb are a must-see for everyone, because of it’s true representation of the Mughal architecture. The monument is well maintained and provides a very serene atmosphere to its visitors. You will witness serenity and beauty in terms of the curved arches, walls inscribed with verses, and the gardens in its surroundings.

“Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb are a perfect source of satisfaction for those who wander with curiosity for historical monuments.”

Location: Mehrauli

Nearest Metro Station: Hauz Khas (10 mins away – Driving)

Haveli of Mirza Ghalib

Mirza Ghalib is a well known soul to every poet and the historian – To the poet, it was his poetry and to the historian, it was his 150-year-old haveli, where he resided!  Many people are still unaware of this extravagant place, which still owes its beauty to the mughal era. You can see a lot of paintings, quotes, statues, poetry work by Ghalib. Now, this haveli has been converted to a museum which is conserved under ASI (Archaeological Survey of India). It is a pure delight for the tourists who have sheer interest in retracing the old charm of the mughal era.

Location: In the old lanes of Chandni Chowk

Nearest Metro Station: Chawri Bazar

Majnu ka Tilla

Not many people are aware, but we have a mini tibet in Delhi. You can get the whole tibetan vibe, when you visit Majnu ka Tilla – From tibetan food to buddha temples, markets, and camps, here you get the best taste of the tibetan life. Majnu ka Tilla was set up in 1960s, when the chinese refugees were given refuge in the place and soon it transformed into a small tibet colony. You can easily find markets which are loaded with the shops for clothes, accessories, tibetan handicrafts or restaurants with tibetan delicacies etc.

Location: Near ISBT Kashmere Gate

Nearest Metro Station: Kashmere Gate

Sanjay Van

Have you ever wandered through the thick and lush forest patches in Delhi? Did you even know that there was one?

Yes, Sanjay Van in Delhi, is a the perfect place for the nature lovers. The forest owes its beauty to its green lush surroundings and is a perfect spot for seeking refuge in the arms of the nature.

Sanjay Van is one of Delhi’s largest forest patches & away from the hustle and bustle of Delhi.  Adding an edge to Sanjay Van’s existence, many people have claimed it as a haunted spot, many have reported ghost sightings and feelings of uneasiness – but none of these claims have ever turned to be true. So, as far as this place is concerned, you can see it for yourself and figure out whether, it is spooky or is it just the rumors doing rounds.

Location: Near Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli

Nearest Metro Station: Huda City Centre

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