Delhi Holiday Packages

  • Duration 2n/3d
  • Meals Included Breakfast & Dinner
  • Taxi Included
  • Accommodation Neat & Clean Ac Rooms
  • Best traveling experience
  • Delhi’s Famous Destinations
  • Fully Sanitized Car & Rooms 

  • Duration: 1n/2d
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Private Taxi included
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Room)
  • Delhi’s all-famous spiritual destinations included
  • Fully sanitized taxi and rooms
  • Best spiritual experience

  • Duration: 1N/2D
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Taxi Include
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Rooms)
  • Best Experience of Old Delhi
  • Fully Sanitized taxi and Rooms
  • Old Delhi’s all-famous places included

From Mughals Era to Present

Mughals won the capital by defeating Ibrahim Lodi Sultan at the Panipat battle (1526). Total sultanas dynasties and surrounding rulers were wiped out at that time. A total of 21 Mughal emperors ruled Delhi for three centuries. However, six left the historical remark in the heart of India.

The Taj Mahal, Jama Maszid, Red Fort, etc are some great Mughal Architectures in Delhi. During the Mughal emperor period, Delhi was known as Indraprastha. In 1803 AD, Britishers came to rule this city. Kolkata was the capital of the British Raj before shifting to Delhi in 1911. Sir Edwin Lutyens was a leading British architect responsible for primary architectural design and building in Delhi (1869-1944).

The Church of Redemption, bungalows, Parliament House, India Gate, etc are designed by Edwin Lutyens. That’s why Delhi is a significant tourist attraction in India. More than 216.37 lakh visitors walk through the famous tourist spots in this town. 

Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi

Rulers Who Ruled Delhi

Mughal Emperor Akbar

History says Anangpal Tomar was the founder of Delhi (1052). From 1052-1526 this city was ruled by sultans. Not only Delhi but at that time, India was also ruled by sultans. A total of five dynasties ruled the country for specific periods.

However, no one can match the level of Alauddin Khilji’s sultanate period (1296–1316). Timur’s 1398 invasion of Delhi confirms the end of the sultanas’ empire. Historians believe Lodis was Delhi’s last sultan before the Mughal leader threw him away (Babur).

Mughals Era

The 1526 Panipat battle began the great Mughal empire in Delhi. Babur was the first Mughal warrior who built the empire. This fighter came from today’s Uzbekistan. At that time, Delhi was ruled by sultans. In the Panipat battle, Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodhi and the surrounding Safavid and Ottoman empires. It helps the Mughals to wipe out the upper portion of India. Since then, a total of 21 Mughal emperors ruled India for three centuries. Six significant emperors left their mark on the history of India.

Jama Masjid, old Delhi

British Era

Parliament House, New Delhi

24th August 1604 was the time when the Britishers first came to India. Bahadur Shah II, or Zafar, was the last Mughal ruler before being jailed by the Britishers (1862). However, the Britishers had already started ruling the country in (1858). For more than eight decades, Britishers ruled India. Edwin Lutyens (a British architect) designed all primary architecture in Delhi. Secretariat Building, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, Teen Murti Bhavan, etc.    

The British raj ended on 15th august 1947. Britishers left India 75 years ago, but the architecture still stood on foot for hundred years. Not only British architects, moguls, and Mejor sultan empires are also living in the heart of Delhi. Those historic buildings make this town a popular tourist spot in India.

Infrustructural Development in Delhi

Delhi is the capital of India. Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (DSIIDC) is responsible for this town’s infrastructural development. This corporation was established in 1971 and direct reports all the projects to the current government of Delhi. Recently, this city’s new development and economic growth have attracted the eye of global countries. The infrastructure and modern development of Delhi compete with top-notch global cities. New roads, flyovers, bridges, healthcare facilities, sanitation, etc start constructing to improve tourism. Below are brief descriptions of Delhi’s culture, food, tourist spots, and others. It will help to understand how colorful the capital is for domestic and foreign tourists

Connaught Place

Delhi Culture

Chandni Chowk, Night View

Experts say, Delhi brings chaotic asymmetric beauty to India. City of rallies is The famous nickname of this town. One side of this city still belongs to ancient-style architecture. At the same time, Old Delhi holds traditional values and cultural life in cosmopolitan styles. Delhi carries several historical museums, gardens, and places of worship. For example, St. James’ Church is also known as Skinner’s Church. This architectural building was made in 1836 by Colonel James Skinner. Besides, there are numerous ancient designs available to mesmerize your eyes.

Working Culture

Netizens of Delhi are known as “big-hearted or Delhi wale”. Politeness and professionalism are the two key factors in Delhi’s work culture. Both modern and western cultures influence the culture of Delhi. Tourists get attracted by their behavior, lifestyle, and mixed culture. If you are planning to visit Delhi, start with the local streets.

Delhi Metro

Spoken Languages

Languages

The official languages of Delhi are Hindi and English. Besides, other official languages speak Urdu and Punjabi. The Hindu population dominates this city. Urdu is the third most popular language spoken in this town. More than 1.5cr Hindus live in this town which is 81.68% of the total population. While there is 12.78% have a Muslim community.

Most Popular Areas and Markets

Karol Bagh

Delhi is known for its market and food. Below are the famous markets of this town. Dilli Haat is the most popular market in Delhi. Small cottages and an exciting blend of Indian culture are displayed in this area. Here you can find different paintings, textiles, pottery, etc. Janpath Market is famous for traditional and western clothes.   

Khan Market streets are filled with Ayurvedic medicines, second-hand garments, and others. Sarojini Market is one of the chaotic places in Delhi. This area is famous for fashion accessories, sweets, and electronic items. Chandni Chowk goes through narrow passages and endless shops. Lajpat Nagar is a famous tourist spot in Delhi. Western /traditional clothing is common here. 

Mouth Watering Street Foods

Chole Bhature is the most famous and primary street food in Delhi. Giani di Hatti in Chandni Chowk and Nand Ke Chole Bhature in Sadar Bazaar are the two major places to try this street food. Besides, there are other famous street foods you can also try, like butter chicken, golgappa, kachori, bread pakoda, potato chaat, chole kulche, samosa, ect.

Chole Bhature

World Famous Tourist Places

Red Fort, Old Delhi

The Red Fort is the most famous tourist spot in Delhi. This famous architecture was made by the Shah Jahan emperor ( the fifth Mughal ruler of Delhi in 1546). 3.1 million tourists visit this place in the year 2017-18.  The second most popular tourist place is Qutub Minar, which was visited by 2.9 million in 2018-19. Qutab-ud-din Aibak was the founder of this architectural monument. Below are the other five famous tourist places in Delhi.

Lodi Garden – Ala-ud-din Alam Shah in 1444,  Gurudwara Bangla Sahib  Nishan Sahib in 1664, The Lotus Temple – Fariborz Sahba in 1986, India Gate – Edwin Lutyens in 1921,  Jama Masjid – Shah Jahan 1656.  

If you plan to visit the cultural city of Delhi, check out Travel Experienson. They provide the best tourism services across India. Travel Experienson offers a variety of travel and holiday packages in budget-friendly options. Go and check out the best deal to visit the capital of India. 

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Winter is the best time to visit in Delhi.(October-March) 

Delhi is not only famous as a capital of India. it has it’s recogenization from the epic Mahabharata pereiod by the name of Indraprastha after Mughals and britishieres ruled on it. becuse of it’s rich history Delhi is so famous.  

Old Delhi, Connaught Place, is the most visited Destination in Delhi.

They prefer eating outside rather then home because here you will find foods like Naan, chole bhature, chole kulche, kachori, bred pakora, tiki, dahi bhale burger, chowemin, momos ect. 

There are many famous markets such as Chandni Chowk, Sarojini Nagar, Karol Bagh Market, Palika Bazar, Janpath, Saddar Bazar, chawri bazar, ect.    

4 to 5 days are enough to explore all famous destinations of Delhi. 

There are many different  languages spoken by people but Hindi and English are primary language. 

Delhi is well connected by major mode of transport such as the busiest airport in India Indra Gandhi  International Airport, New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Railway Station, ISBT at Kashmiri Gate, and Sarai Kale Khan, ect.

Winter is the best season to visit in Delhi. 

Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jama masjid, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Humayun Tomb, Agrsen ki Baoli, India Gate, Swaminarayan Akhshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Birla Mandir. Jantar Mantar, Hauz Khas Village, Raj Ghat, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Iskcon Temple, Old fort, Science Museum, Rail Museum, Safdarjung Tomb, Garden of Five Senses and Waste to Wonder Park, ect. 

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