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  • Delhi, located in North India, is the national capital city of the country and has a metro

  • population of around twenty two million residents. From the ancient congested alleys of Old Deli

  • to the wide tree lined boulevards of New Delhi, it's a city that's overflowing with diversity

  • and opportunity.

  • With records that dates back to the 6th century BC, Delhi is loaded with history, art, culture,

  • and religion. No matter what you choose to do, you can be certain it will be an adventure!

  • Now let's get started with these 21 things to do in Delhi.

  • Number one is the Bahai Lotus Temple. Which is one of the most popular and famous destinations

  • to visit. It's made from marble, in the shape of a lotus flower, and kind of representing

  • a variety of different religions. They don't allow shoes in the temple, but it's free to

  • deposit your shoes in the cloakroom.

  • Number two is the Hare Krishna ISKCON temple. Right now I'm at the Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi

  • Mandir which is more popularly known as ISKCON. Oh hello, how are you, I'm fine. Are you at

  • school?

  • Number three is Kalkaji Mandir, one of the most famous Hindu Temples in the city.

  • Number four is Jama Masjid, the most significant mosque in Old Delhi. The Jama Masjid, which

  • is the largest Muslim mosque, here in, I think in all of India actually. Right in the most

  • hectic area of Delhi, known as Chandni Chowk and the Chawri Bazar.

  • I am at Akshardham Temple complex in Delhi India. They do not allow any photography,

  • or even any electronics, or even any bags to go inside the temple and the complex, but

  • luckily they have a really nice cloakroom where you can leave all your stuff for free,

  • and it's safe. It's absolutely mind blowing, the detail is stunning to say the least. It's

  • something you have to see when you're in Delhi.

  • Number six is Gurdwara Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple. I think it's the largest Sikh temple in Delhi,

  • and of course, you need to cover your head before you enter, and also remove your shoes.

  • Number seven is the Laxmi Narayan Mandir - a Hindu temple that was inaugurated by Mahatma

  • Gandhi. It's one of the most famous Hindu temples here in Delhi, India. Now they don't

  • allow any photography inside so you actually have leave your shoes and your camera is a

  • secure like tourist room, but this is another temple that you should visit when you visit

  • Delhi.

  • Number eight is the Hauz Khas historical complex. So it's actually turned into kind of a park,

  • but there's ruins all around, there's a couple of tombs also. It once functioned sort of

  • as a water complex, so you can just sort of walk around this area leisurely browse around

  • this area. Check out the ruins, the lake down below and you can even have a picnic here

  • and relax if you'd like.

  • Number nine is Delhi's impressive Lodi Gardens. I'm at the entrance of the Lodi Garden in

  • Delhi, and this is a big, very nicely maintained park but at the same time it's a historical

  • attraction. So within the park you can sort of walk around, check out some of the tombs,

  • and some of the ancient structures around this park. It's just like any other central

  • park, but in Delhi within the grass and trees are ancient thousand year old tombs and monuments.

  • Number ten is the famous India Gate and its quite similar to the Arc de triumph in Paris,

  • but it's like a victory gate commemorating India. Two rupees, no thank you.

  • Number eleven is the astronomy complex of Jantar Mantar. There's thirteen different

  • astronomy instruments, it's almost like a playground over here, but you can walk around

  • and check out the different instruments.

  • Number twelve, one of the iconic landmarks of Delhi, is Qutub Minar. I think it's the

  • tallest minaret in India, and I think it measures about seventy three meters in height, built

  • in eleven ninety three, this is an ancient site, and it's still in fabulous condition.

  • It's really tall, and it's quite a site to visit when you come to Delhi. Flocks of birds

  • flying from pillar to pillar made the experience even more gorgeous.

  • Number thirteen is Humayun’s Tomb, a Mughal masterpiece. And this is one of the three

  • UNESCO World Heritage sites in Delhi. It looks very well preserved but at the same time they

  • are doing some renovation as you can see some scaffolding at the top of the tomb there.

  • Number fourteen is the Tomb of Safdarjung. This one is a little less maintained than

  • some of the other places I've been, but nevertheless it's still an amazing attraction. So it's

  • just a five minute walk from the Jor Bagh metro station to get here.

  • Number fifteen is Raj Ghat, a memorial park dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. At the Mahatma

  • Gandhi memorial.

  • Number sixteen is Delhi's Red Fort. Which is another one of Delhi's UNESCO World Heritage

  • sites, and it's a big complex you can walk around, see a number of different monuments,

  • it's like an entire walled in city, and to be honest it sort of almost looks like a college

  • campus right now, but it's a nice grounds to walk around and check out these amazing

  • historical sites.

  • Number seventeen is the chaotic business area of Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar. I am in

  • Delhi India, Old Delhi at Chandni Chowk and this is one of the most busy business and

  • shopping districts in the old city, always entertaining, always busy. There's basically

  • anything you could ever want to buy, as well as lots of famous restaurants, and lots of

  • food to eat. So Chandni Chowk, this is Old Delhi, India. While walking around Chandni

  • Chowk, you can visit the Sikh Temple, and just get lost in the market alleys. You'll

  • also find incredible food like jalebis and parathas in the area. Now one of the best

  • ways to get around Chandni Chowk in Delhi is by cycle rickshaw, and these guys can go

  • anywhere, and it's amazing actually the places they can fit and things they can get through

  • and the busyness. wow. But it's definitely always an exciting ride.

  • Number eighteen is Dilli Haat, a handicraft market and village. I'm at the Dilli Haat

  • which is kind of a central handicraft market here in Delhi, set up by the tourism authority.

  • Now it costs twenty rupees entrance fee, but it's a fantastic place to purchase handicrafts

  • from around the entire country. There's also different canteens, where you can sample cuisine

  • from around the entire country, so that is what I'm looking forward to most actually.

  • Number nineteen is Paharganj, also known as the main bazaar. And this is kind of the backpacker

  • area, there's lots of budget guest houses and hostels as well as a lot of restaurants

  • and shopping all around this street. And it's just a short walk from New Delhi train station

  • railway station, so this is called the main bazar area.

  • Number twenty is the modern business district of Connaught Place. This is Connaught Place,

  • known more locally just as CP. Full of all kinds of shopping, restaurants, a lot of street

  • vendors as well, but basically anything you could want is available somewhere within this

  • gigantic roundabout, and there's kind of like a series of roundabouts as well, and then

  • with a park in the middle, and also an underground shopping center. CP is such a huge area that

  • it's honestly a little confusing, so be sure to decide where you want to go and bring a

  • map. Be careful of the crazy street crossings and the many touts in the area.

  • Number twenty one is Delhi street food. Stopping on the side of a road for a bowl of chole,

  • a rich chickpea curry, and a piping hot fresh chapati is one of the joys of visiting Delhi.

  • There are also numerous other tasty treats to grab on the go while exploring.

  • It’s up to you now to visit Delhi and experience this diverse and interesting land that will

  • keep you on the edge of your seat occasionally, but will keep amazed time after time again.

  • Thank you very much for watching this video. And also I'm excited, I've just launched by

  • Delhi travel guide, so if you click that cover right over there, you can go check it out,

  • be sure to grab a copy, it includes all sort of what to do, what to see, and of course,

  • where and what to eat in Delhi. So go check that out, and other than that, have a great

  • day, see you soon.

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