Delhi Tourism

Coronavirus robs tourist guides of their livelihood

Coronavirus robs tourist guides of their livelihood

March 31, 2021

“Even though we are not frontline workers fighting against the pandemic, we are the frontline workers of the tourism industry, but our plight was completely ignored by the government,” Gopal Sharma, a French speaking tourist guide operating in Rajasthan, tells Media India Gro...

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As ASI monuments reopen across India after coronavirus pandemic, tourists stay away

As ASI monuments reopen across India after coronavirus pandemic, tourists stay away

July 7, 2020

Delhi Tourism monuments, under the control of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) reopened across the country on Monday, after having remained closed for over three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Media India Group observed the response of tourists at some key monuments ...

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Art for all in Lodhi’s Delhi

Art for all in Lodhi’s Delhi

June 6, 2019

Decipher social messages and celebrate freedom and culture as you wander about in the Lodhi art district, a one-of-its-kind art sphere in India. As one goes driving or walking around Lodhi colony, a residential area in Delhi built by the British, an art fiesta unfolds. Tall walls...

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The upscale Khan Market in New Delhi

The upscale Khan Market in New Delhi

November 16, 2017

This popular shopping and culinary hub in the south of New Delhi is one of the most expensive places to run a store at in India. No wonder it's the world's 24th most expensive retail hotspot.

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Delhi – the most visited city in India

Delhi – the most visited city in India

November 8, 2017

According to the ‘Top 100 Cities Destination Rankings’ report released by Euromonitor International - the global business intelligence and market analysis company, Delhi is the most visited city in India. Currently standing at 21st in the world, it might enter the top ten by ...

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Time and Chandni Chowk

Time and Chandni Chowk

June 3, 2017

Old Delhi and its lanes are a photographer’s paradise. Come, explore with us the chaos and colours in the Indian capital’s age-old narrow alleys. There is a herd of cows and pedestrians being careful of not stepping on each other or on the roads packed with traffic. A...

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Austrian artist paints cultural hub in Delhi

Austrian artist paints cultural hub in Delhi

December 21, 2016

The amphitheatre at one of Delhi’s most popular cultural hub has got a makeover. Austrian artist, Jeremias Altmann has transformed it by spray painting graffiti on its walls. By using paints of various colours, the artist, who usually works with black and white, has illustrate...

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Workshop for kids and parents at Dilli Haat

Workshop for kids and parents at Dilli Haat

June 7, 2016

As mercury is pushing up every day, outdoor activities are hard to organise for kids. Delhi Tourism has started a summer craft workshop for children at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, including potter on wheel, tie and dye, Madhubani paintings, clay work, paper craft, fencing, patchwork, ...

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World Heritage Day

World Heritage Day

April 18, 2016

Delhi Tourism in association with INTACH, India City Walks and Delhi I Love You organized on April 17 the World Heritage Day at Jama Masjid, Delhi. The event showcased Delhi’s heritage, to make citizens and tourists aware of unique monuments and places in the Indian capital and...

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