The icing-sugar-white 18th-century Sisganj Gurdwara marks the martrydom site of the ninth Sikh guru, Tegh Bahadur, executed by Aurangzeb...
Old Delhi’s main drag is lined by Jain, Hindu and Sikh temples, plus a church, with the Fatehpuri Masjid at one end. Tree-lined and...
Built in 1864, Delhi's Town Hall originally housed a library, the European Club and the Lawrence Institute. There was once a statue of...
Gali Paratha Wali
This lane off Chandni Chowk has been serving up delectable parathas (traditional flat bread) fresh off the tawa (hotplate) for...
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).