Floriana Chandan Sparsh
Here you can have a top-of-the-range manicure and pedicure (₹1000) or one-hour body massage (from ₹1000). Prices don’t include tax.
Bahai House of Worship
Designed by Iranian-Canadian architect Fariburz Sahba in 1986, Delhi's Bahai temple is a wonderful place to enjoy silence – a rare...
Not Just Parathas
They don't just serve parathas , they serve 120 types of parathas! Try them stuffed with kebabs, veg curries, shredded chicken and...
This mammoth stronghold, the third city of Delhi, was built by sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq in the 14th century. For its construction, the king poached workers from the Sufi saint Nizam-ud-din, who issued a curse that Tughlaqabad would be inhabited only by shepherds. This was indeed the case – today, goats are as common as human visitors among the crumbling, vegetation-choked ruins. The sultan resides through the centuries in a sandstone mausoleum, separated from his fallen city by a busy highway. To get here, take an autorickshaw from the Tughlaqabad metro station (₹80).