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Connaught Place

Connaught Place

Connaught location, better known as CP happens to be the center of searching in New Delhi. It is the professional hub of Delhi that was designed in 1931.

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Chandni chowk

chandni chowk

Chandni Chowk as Shopaholic's Tropical Searching is fun! Searching is a time-pass. Whatever might be the purpose, Searching is an continuous action..

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Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar Industry is located near the Ashram Chowk in South Delhi. Industry is an assortment of kerbside stalls as well as glitzy showrooms.

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Karol Bagh

Karol bagh

Karol Bagh is situated 2 km from New Delhi train location.Karol Bagh is in the center of , New Delhi. This is one of the most ancient searching places of the town.

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Roshanara Bagh

Roshanara Bagh

Roshanara Bagh

Built by Shah Jahans beautiful, talented and ruthless younger daughter, this eponymous garden is where she both relaxed and carried out her schemes. It is here that she came with a procession of richly decorated elephants to while away the hot summer months. Set in the dry and dusty plains of the Yamuna, the garden must have had all the cool sparkle of an emerald. Despite reading about it in the 'City of Djinns', I was astounded that it still existed. On a map. With a metro stop close by. And so it is that I and a camera hopped on the Red line to the Pul Bangash metro station. I wish I knew how the area got its name, because it sounds like there is a story behind it. All I could find is that Bangash is the name of a Pashtun tribe, but nothing about a Mr.Pul. I got there and tugged the sleeve of the first cycle rickshaw-wallah I could find. 'Can you take me there?' and for 20Rs, he did. The garden might be a little dusty today, but since both the garden and its surroundings have degenerated with time, it still offers respite. Its located off a busy circle on Roshanara road, and once you get in, the traffic seems far away. There are some horrible new additions (the 'sports maidan' gate, for instance), but if you squint, the old garden is still visible.