Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum
Nehru Memorial Museum & Planetarium
Stately Teen Murti Bhavan was the official residence of Jawaharlal Nehru (India’s first prime minister), and before that, the official...
In the Teen Murti Bhavan grounds is a planetarium .
This poignant memorial is where Mahatma Gandhi was shot dead by a Hindu zealot on 30 January 1948, after campaigning against...
F Bar & Lounge
All black, with a light-studded bar: if you’ve cash to splash, dust off your Manolos and get in with the fash-pack – this of-the-moment...
Basil & Thyme
Hobnob with society ladies who duck into Basil & Thyme for mushroom risotto or blueberry crepes whilst shop-hopping their way...
Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The former residence of Indira Gandhi is now a moving museum, displaying her personal effects (including her Rubik's cube) and, more tragically, the blood-stained sari she was wearing when she was assassinated in 1984 in reprisal for the storming of the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Many rooms are preserved in state, offering a fascinating window onto the elegant lives of Delhi's political elite. An exhibit at the rear charts the similarly truncated life of Indira's son, Rajiv, assassinated in 1991. In the garden, an enclosed crystal pathway marks Indira Gandhi’s final footsteps.