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waiting room at new delhi railway station

For the upper class waiting rooms at New Delhi Railway Station pay Rs.10 per hour for a comfortable at lounge rooms for by March 2019. These lounges will be similar to as seen at the airports.

Lounges Features:

  • Automated card system for entry into lounge.
  • Public Information.
  • New Washrooms.
  • Charging Points.
  • Newspaper & Magazine Stands.
  • Printing Facility.
  • Wallpaper & Panel Cladding Walls.
  • Cushioned Base and Sofa Seats.

There will be LCD televisions, charging points, food trolleys and the best part is that these upgraded  lounges are available at Rs.10 per hour.

Revamped Nehru Museum reopens in six months

In coming six months time the museum on our first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, would be ready with its new looks and features for public.

After its founding year 1962, this is the first time that museum is getting change including digitised looks and an interactive platform on Nehru.

You will find reflections of Nehru’s 16 years as prime minister, not only in the form of photographs but microfilms, video and audio structures to throw light on his tenure. Delhi Darshan bus tour may take you by-pass of this museum.

Is Delhi Sightseeing in One Day Possible?

Delhi looks like a dot on the map of India, but this city has turned itself into a Mega City with so many museums, monuments, parks, worship places, forts, markets and so on… People from all over India of all religions joined their hands to stay with love, peace and harmony at Delhi.

You will find a lot of places of your interest, but here you will find traffic also, so it becomes very necessary to choose your destination wisely and start accordingly.

So, if you have only one day at your hands and want to do the sightseeing of Delhi than you should consider checking these 2 links Delhi Darshan Bus Tour and Delhi Air Conditioned Bus Tour

delhi one day bus tour

there is nothing best than Delhi one day bus tour to visit major attractions of Delhi in one day.

Delhi being the capital of India has a lot of potential not as per centre power and commerce, but also as a main tourist hub.  The bus tours starts generally at 9:55am and tour ends at 6:30am  In this Delhi one day bus tour you are able to see various aspects of the city. In order to book this bus tour click Delhi Darshan Bus Tour

Mahatma Gandhi Mark at Delhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born today about a century and half ago and he breathed his last in Delhi.  To celebrate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Delhi Department of archaeology has illuminated three monuments with the three colours of the national flag – Saffron, White and Green. The chosen heritage structures are Gol Gumbad near Lodhi Hotel, Bijri Khan’s tomb near Sector 3 in R.K. Puram and mausoleum of Paik at Mukarba Chowk on Delhi- Karnal bypass. This illumination on monuments will remain from 7pm to 11pm till 9th October 2018.

Here are a couple of memorial places in Delhi that bear impressions from his life:

  1. Gyarah Murti
  2. Gandi Smriti
  3. Raj Ghat
  4. Valmiki Temple
  5. National Gandhi Museum:
    Mahatma Gandhi’s heartbeat reverberated through the National Gandhi Museum which is located near Rajghat on the occasion of his 149th birth anniversary.  The sound of his heart left tourists emotionally charged and felt connected to the Father of Nation.

Brand New Lake at Purana Qila

The iconic lake which is in the stories of so many visitors at Purana Qila is ready to greet visitors again.

In the same complex there will be a state-of-the-art museum and interpretation centre with newly laid pathways and decorative lights, will be inaugurated on October 3, 2018.

 

However, boating facility at the lake, which was stopped in August 2016 is not started yet.

 

To dig out historical evidences related to pre-Mauryan period (3rd ceentury BC) excavations were conducted by the Archaeological Survey of India, making some part of the fort inaccessible to visitors. These inaccessible parts will b opened soon for general public.

 

The Archaeological Survey of India has discovered painted grey wares, antiquities and ancient coins, during th fresh excavation of last year.  In earlier excavations carried out at the fort by ASI, artifacts corresponding to Maurya, Shunga, Kushana, Rajput, Gupta, Sultanates and Mughal periods were recovered and are exhibited at the Archaeological Museum in the fort complex.

 

Visitors to Puranal Qila complex will have to pay Rs.20 as monument entry fee, which was previously free.

Delhi Red Fort Light and Sound Show

Good news for travelers visiting Delhi .  There is going to be a new Light and sound show going to start at Red Fort of Delhi.

In this upgraded show, latest technology including high tech laser projections, headphones etc. will be introduced and the chances are high that entire script of the show will be changed.

The existing show will be suspended for a short while till the new show starts operating.  The tentative time of restarting the show is  by 2018 year end or by early 2019.

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