The 18th-century Sisganj Gurdwara marks the the martrydom site of the ninth Sikh guru, Tegh Bahadur, executed by Aurangzeb in 1675 for...
Old Delhi’s main thoroughfare is a chaotic shopping street, mobbed by hawkers, motorcycles, stray dogs and porters and with narrow lanes...
Gali Paratha Wali
Head to this food-stall-lined lane off Chandni Chowk for delectable parathas (traditional flat bread) fresh off the tawa (hotplate)....
1862A Chandni Chowk · interesting places nearby
Delhi’s most famous sweetery, ‘the bell ringer’ has been churning out mithai (Indian sweets) since 1790. Try some sohan halwa (ghee-dipped gram flour biscuits).