Do Pay A Visit To These Exciting But Unexplored Places In Delhi

Delhi city is a blazing cosmic swirl attraction for a large number of tourists around the world. With a long list of tourists attractions and major heritage places, Delhi showcases a perfect mix of tradition and modernity. Besides, these places mentioned underneath should fall in the category of most alluring places in the national capital for their awe-inspiring aspects.  

Yamuna Ghat 

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 Yamuna Ghat makes for a breathtaking morning delight for twitchers and photography enthusiasts. Embraced by hundreds of migratory Siberian seagulls, it is a stunning zone for a splendid morning during the months of November-February. The winters are ideal to soak in the ethereal experience it rings in. Starting from around 6.30 am, after bird watching, tourists can opt for boating in the river along with feeding birds at a reasonable cost. A hidden gem in Delhi, Yamuna Ghat is an exhilarating experience for the sightseers, positioned near Ring Road, Ghat Number 24 at Yamuna Bazar. The nearest metro station is Kashmere Gate, and the place can be easily located as locals are very much aware of the same.  

Lodhi Art District 

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Lodhi Art District, an Ode to Delhi’s rich history, is India’s first open-air Art District at Lodhi Colony. This happens to be a project by St+art India with a mission to make art accessible to everyone. Lodhi presents the blank walls turned into canvasses by fifty exemplary artists around the world, an idyllic location for the aesthetes. The colourful diversity of people is articulated through art, which blends splendidly with the surroundings. Tourists can explore these painted walls located between Meharchand Market and Khanna Market with a self-guided walk. So, discover some magical moments with 24X7 accessibility and no entrance fees and reach the place through the JLN Stadium metro station, the nearest one.  

Lodi Gardens 

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Lodhi Gardens provides a tranquil ambience that encompasses various architectural works of the fifteenth century. Located at Lodhi Estate, between Safdarjung Tomb and Khan market, it holds back the concreteness of history by standing firm in the twenty-first century. The park maintains the tombs of Mohammed Sha, Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, perpetuated as the last imprints of Sayyid rulers. Formerly known as The Lady Willingdon Park, the park remains a favourite ornament in the city. A perfect picnic spot and an exuberant site for morning and evening walkers 

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