Do you wake up early in the morning only to battle angry traffic? Do you face cruel deadlines and survive congested metros on a daily basis? Is leisure a luxury that you gave up long ago? If the answers are yes, then congratulations, you are a true, working Delhite. Your work is life, and life is work.
Delhi is to India, what DC, New York, Chicago and Vegas are to USA combined. You have to pack your gear, ready your guts and storm through the flux that is this City. Here, nothing waits for anyone. And somewhere along the quest for success, life passes you by.
But don’t let your off days pass you by. There are endless ways to enjoy in this city, too. So, we bring you a few guaranteed ways to find peace and happiness in this crowded, 20 million workaholic-filled, nightmare of a capital.
The fun here just increases as the night progresses.
Speed through the Fast highways or witness the elegant Rajpath.
This circular spectacle, in all its glory, is a never ending, multitude of joy.
Also find some things that you didn’t know you needed. And at prices you never imagined.
This perfect combination of historic serenity and glamorous beauty is bound to calm your nerves.
If you’re a fan of the fine arts, these places are bound to be a treat for you and your senses.
The colours of Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazaar never cease to amaze.
Hrishikesh, Agra, Nainital, Jaipur, Mussoorie, Jim Corbett…There is no end to the heavenly places within small distances to the city, away from all the crazy rush.
Some of them include Select Citywalk, DLF Emporio and Promenade, Ambience and Great Indian Place.
From the mouth watering “Kulle Chaats” to famous jalebis, you’ll fall in love with everything this city offers. And then there’s Parathewali Gali that you just can’t miss.
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable day at these mesmerizing places.
Make sure you visit some exquisite ones like Cha Bar, Another Fine Day, Ivy & Bean and Little Yodakin among others.
There is no dearth of monuments here. You can visit these peaceful places all year long.
Some of these like the breathtaking National Zoological Park, Lodhi Garden, Garden of 5 senses, Mughal Gardens and National Rose Garden.
If you’ve been here before, you’ll know why. If you’ve not, then do as soon as you get time.