Arts & Culture
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Whether it’s wandering some of the world’s greatest museums, exploring cutting-edge galleries and traditional artisan houses, or watching the latest blockbuster at a film festival, we have our finger on the pulse of all the hottest cultural happenings.


Jantar Mantar
Considered a great Indian masterpiece, the Jantar Mantar is part of a series of five astrological buildings constructed by Maharajah Jai Singh II. Jantar Mantar is the largest of the five structures. The 14 geometric devices of this remarkable structure were extensively used to measure time, predict the behaviour of planets, forecast weather and identify extraterrestrial altitude. These structures not only showcase the impressive architectural skills of the Indian people but also display their scientific prowess.

National Museum
Five millennia of Indian history can be discovered at the National Museum. The collection of more than 150,000 pieces of art, artefacts and Central Asian treasures is acknowledged as among the finest in the world.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
The Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is an important Sikh gurdwara (Sikh praying place), in Delhi. It is mostly known for its affiliation with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan. It was first constructed in 1783 as a miniature devotional temple by the Sikh General, Sardar Bhagel Singh, during the rule of Shah Alam.
The lake in the premises, better known as the “Sarovar” is very important to the religious faith of the Sikh community. Its water is considered to be “Amrit” or the elixir of life.

The Iskcon Temple
The ISKCON temple in Delhi is a religious site of repute in India. ISKON temples are found in several cities in India and the organization strives to reach out to all the religious people. Iskcon stands for International society for Krishna Consciousness. It belongs to the Vaishnavite school of thought so the patrons of this temple are believers of Vishnu.

Jama Masjid
Emperor Shah Jahan built the Jama Masjid (Place of Prayer) in the Old Delhi. It was the most important mosque of Old Delhi in 1656 and it remains the most cherished and revered one even today. This makes it a very important place for Indian Muslims as well as Muslims from other countries. Jama Masjid is also home to several lyrics from the Mughal period and hence an interesting place to visit.

Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is an open-air market, food plaza, and craft bazaar located in Delhi. It is located in the commercial centres of South Delhi, opposite INA market. Over the years, Dilli Haat became a venue of crafts, music, dance and cultural festivals.



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