The magnificent monuments, landscaped gardens, buzzing bazaars and quaint streets of Delhi will transport you into an era that you would wish to explore.

Blended with our signature, “Limitless Hospitality”, The Lalit Delhi experience will take you through timeless masterpieces that the city has nurtured over centuries.

City Attractions

Each of our experiences will include some prominent landmarks of the nine cities.

Delhi is the 8th largest metropolis in the world and lies on the banks of the River Yamuna. According to Indian folklore, Delhi was the site of the magnificent and opulent Indraprastha - once the capital of the Pandavas Dynasty in the Mahabharata. Hindu texts state that the city of Delhi was referred to in Sanskrit as Hastinapur, which means ”elephant-city”. A village called Indraprastha once stood where the Old Fort is today until the beginning of the 19th century. The British demolished the ancient village to make way for the construction of New Delhi in the late 19th century.

The name Delhi may be derived from the word ’Dhillika’ and theory says that Raja Dhillu (King Dhillu) founded ancient “DILLI” (Delhi) in 800 BC. It was the name of the first medieval township of Delhi, located on the southwestern border of the present Delhi, in Mehrauli and the Vasant Kunj Ridge Forest. This was the first in the series of seven medieval cities. It is also known as Yoginipura- the fortress of the Yoginis (female divinities). It gained importance during the time of Ananga Pala Tomar and in the 12th century when the city was merged with the dominions of Prithviraj Chauhan.

The Capital of India, Delhi is the setting of myriad events in Indian History. It is witness to the panorama of giant personalities from Raja Dhillu to Mahatma Gandhi who determined the destiny of an ancient culture from here.

Delhi is a congregation of the following nine cities :

  • Indraprastha Pandavas / Kurus
  • Quila Rai Pithora Prithviraj Chauhan (Mehrauli)
  • Mehrauli Mamluk / Slave Dynasty (Mehrauli)
  • Siri Khilji - Hauz Khas
  • Tughlakabad Tughlak - Tughlakabad and Jahanpanah ( Between Quila Rai and Siri)
  • Firozabad Firoz Tughlak - Firoze Shah Kotla
  • Shergarh Sher Shah Suri - Old Fort
  • Shahjahanabad Shah Jahan - Old Delhi ( Red Fort/Jama Masjid/Chandni Chowk)
  • New Delhi British/Sir Edwin Lutyens- Central Delhi and outlying areas.

Purani Dilli Darshan - 5 Hours

Old Delhi or Walled City was once known as the city of Shahjahanabad, as Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan established it and made it his capital. The true heart… Read more

The Red Fort Sound & Light Show - 2 hours

Three hundred years back, the Mughal emperor Shahjahan had made the Red Fort more magnificent by making the fort live with its exotic Sound and Light… Read more

Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar & Dilli Haat - 5 hours

Tourism in Delhi has grown leaps and bounds. The historical importance of Delhi is one of the major contributors to its growth. The city of Delhi has… Read more

India Gate, Gandhi Memorial Museum drive through Rashtrapati Bhavan & Khan Market - 4 hours

The India Gate located in the centre of New Delhi was made by Edwin Lutyens. A national monument of India, it is one of the largest war memorials. It… Read more

Kushk-I-Feroz (the palace of Feroz), Baba Kharak Singh Marg and Santushti - 6 hours

Feroz Shah Kotla was the 5th City of Delhi. Kushk-I-Feroz was paralleled to Windsor Palace because of its citadel and aesthetics of pristine beauty.… Read more

Akshardham - 6 hours

Swaminarayan Akshardham in New Delhi epitomizes 10,000 years of Indian culture in all its breathtaking grandeur, beauty, wisdom and bliss. It brilliantly… Read more

Hanuman Mandir, Bangla Sahib, Laxmi Narayan Temple and Sacred Heart Cathedral - 4 hours

Delhi’s Religious sites are an idyllic source of spiritual energy. Thronged by tourists in millions, these religious sites are the repository of the cultural… Read more

Iskcon Temple, Lotus Temple and Greater Kailash Markets - 4 hours

ISKCON Temple promulgates Krishna consciousness through myriad sankirtan movements and the congregational chantings of the holy name of God. The International… Read more

The National Museum, National Gallery of Modern Art, Central Collage Emporium and Janpath - 4 hours

National Museum and Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology was established in 1983. It is a Deemed University since 1989 and runs Masters… Read more

The Arts & Crafts Museum, Purana Quila (Old Fort) and Sunder Nagar Market - 4 hours

The Art & Craft’s Museum established in 1956, has over 20,000 objects on display. The distinctive architectural display of Indian villages and authentically… Read more

Yoga at India Gate - 1 hour

Yoga refers to ancient Vedic practices aimed at achieving a fine balance between physical and mental well being. Originating from India, the word is associated… Read more

Build Your Own Itinerary and Tours

Travel in our very own luxurious “S” class Mercedes around Delhi along with your Lalit host. A tour guide would be organized for you to grasp what Delhi… Read more

Delhi A Gateway of India

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Purani Dilli Darshan - 5 Hours

Old Delhi or Walled City was once known as the city of Shahjahanabad, as Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan established it and made it his capital. The true heart of Delhi city was once a place where nobles and members of the royal court lived in harmony and was the centre of trade for North India. It was a witness to the 1857 mutiny against British rule.

Today, Purani Dilli is a labyrinth of tiny lanes lined, with the remnants of 17th century havelis (mansions), inhabited by a predominantly Muslim population. It houses a number of forts, monuments and mosques such as the British-erected Mutiny Memorial, the Ashoka pillar, Digambar Jain Mandir, Sunehri and Fatehpur Masjid, the ruins of the city of Feroz Shah Kotla, Raj Ghat, Zinat-ul-Masjid, Gandhi Memorial and St. James Church - the oldest church of Delhi.

Rs. 7000 + taxes per person, RS. 9000 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

You can start as early as 0900 hours post a sumptuous breakfast and take a trip down to the Old Delhi in our very own luxurious Mercedes “S” Class. This is followed by a ride on the cycle rickshaw through the narrow bylanes. Your Lalit host will help you experience the diversity of culture and religious multiplicity.

Red Fort: Also known as the ‘Lal Qila' it was constructed by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. A reminiscence of the Mughal era, it remains a popular tourist site, as well as a powerful symbol of India's sovereignty. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007.

Jama Masjid*: Commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is the largest and best-known mosque in India with a space to hold almost twenty-five thousand worshippers. It lies at the origin of a very busy central street of Chandni Chowk. You can see the splendour of Muslim Architecture, including an antique copy of the Qur'an written on deer skin.

Chandni Chowk: A major street, you can shop to your hearts content in the popular wholesale markets, admire the cultural heritage and savour some authentic traditional Indian delicacies. Till date, it has retained its historical character.

Dariba Kalan: It is known as ‘Street of the Incomparable Pearl', since the period of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It remains the most popular market for precious stones, gems, gold & silver jewellery and costume jewellery. Your shopping experience here will, be complete value for money.

Kinari Bazaar: It has wholesale and retail shops that mainly deal with wedding finery, bridal jewellery and other accessories. Be it a Hindu wedding or a Christian ceremony, all the necessary items are available here at a steal.

Experience includes entrance fees, rickshaw rides, city view from Jama Masjid, guide, travel charges and snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.
*Full sleeves to be worn by ladies & gents at Jama Masjid

The Red Fort Sound & Light Show - 2 hours

Three hundred years back, the Mughal emperor Shahjahan had made the Red Fort more magnificent by making the fort live with its exotic Sound and Light effects. The Sound and Light show at the Red Fort brings back the history of Delhi over centuries, and is an experience of a lifetime.

Rs. 2200 + taxes per person, RS. 2400 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Leave the hotel an hour prior to the Sound and Light show at the Red Fort, along with your Lalit host who would escort you throughout the show.

The Sound and Light show, ‘Son-et-Lumiere’ is a major attraction of the Red Fort. The show recreates the Indian history that starts from the Mughal era till India’s independence. The Show is of one hour duration, and is presented both in Hindi and English.

Show Timings:

English Version
February 1 - April 30 2030 hours to 2130 hours
May 1 - August 31 2100 hours to 2200 hours
September 1 - October 31 2030 hours to 2130 hours
November1 - January 31 1930 hours to 2030 hours

Hindi Version
February 1 - April 30 1800 hours to 1900 hours
May 1 - August 31 1930 hours to 2030 hours
September 1 - October 31 1900 hours to 2000 hours
November1 - January 31 1800 hours to 1900 hours

(Timings subject to change)

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar & Dilli Haat - 5 hours

Tourism in Delhi has grown leaps and bounds. The historical importance of Delhi is one of the major contributors to its growth. The city of Delhi has witnessed the rise and fall of many dynasties, foreign invasions and has seen the struggle and aspiration of a country desperate to shake off foreign rule. With the rise of each dynasty, Delhi was beautified by fascinating architecture that have withstood the ravages of time.

Today tourism in Delhi revolves mostly around these majestic monuments and heritage sites. During the Mughal era, a number of monuments were constructed by Mughal kings to display the pomp and splendour of the Mughal Empire. There were also other Indian & Muslim rulers who patronized artisans. These monuments symbolize the rich culture of Delhi, The Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar being the prominent ones.

Rs. 7500 + taxes per person, RS. 8500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Depart from the hotel, post breakfast at 0930 hours along with your Lalit Host to a short drive of 20 minutes to Humayun’s Tomb. A knowledgeable guide would be waiting at Humayun’s Tomb to take you through these majestic monuments.

Humayun’s Tomb: Capture New Delhi’s lush green surroundings at the Humayun's Tomb, situated in Nizammudin East. It is a complex of buildings commissioned by Humayun's wife Hamida Banu Begum and designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyath, a Persian architect. A marvel in red sand stone, it is the first garden-tomb of the Indian subcontinent. The complex was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993.

Our second stop of the day is Qutab Minar which is 25 minutes from Humayun’s Tomb.

Known as the world's tallest brick minaret The Qutab Minar, is one of the most popular heritage sites in Delhi. A tower standing tall at 72.5 meters, it was built by India's first Muslim ruler Qutb-ud-din Aibak and was completed by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. It is one of the earliest and most prominent examples of Indo-Islamic architecture.

The nearby Iron Pillar is one of the highlights of the famous Qutab complex. According to the traditional belief, anyone who can encircle the entire column with their arms, with their back towards the pillar, can have their wish granted. The complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

After a historical retreat, you can shop at the Delhi Tourism establishment, The Dilli Haat on a short drive of 15 minutes from Qutab Minar.

Dilli Haat is one of the most prominent commercial markets in South Delhi. Haats are referred as traditional village fairs and Dilli Haat is a stationary fair with a village like ambience. A colourful stop at the end of the day, you can buy artifacts, clothes, paintings, accessories created by craftsmen from across all the states in India. You can also watch the performing arts from across India.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

India Gate, Gandhi Memorial Museum drive through Rashtrapati Bhavan & Khan Market - 4 hours

The India Gate located in the centre of New Delhi was made by Edwin Lutyens. A national monument of India, it is one of the largest war memorials. It commemorates the 90,000 martyrs of the British Indian Army. Following India's independence, India Gate has become the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti (Immortal Soldier).

Gandhi Memorial Museum is the location where Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life before he was assassinated on January 30, 1948. It was originally the house of the Indian business tycoons, the Birlas. It now houses the Eternal Gandhi Multimedia Museum, established in 1995. It was acquired by the Government of India in 1971 and opened for the public on August 15, 1973.

Rs. 3500 + taxes per person, RS. 4500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Leave the hotel post breakfast in The Lalit limousine, for a short drive of 10 minutes to India Gate. This is followed by the Gandhi Memorial Museum, a drive past the Rashtrapati Bhawan and then stop for some high end shopping at Khan Market. Your Lalit host will accompany you throughout the experience.

India Gate: Apart from being a symbol of national importance, India Gate is also a tourist's delight where people gather in the evenings to enjoy snacks and ice creams. A perfect place to relax and enjoy your day.

Travel to Gandhi Memorial Museum for our second stop on a short drive of 15 minutes.

Gandhi Memorial Museum: Formerly known as Birla House or Birla Bhavan, it is a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. The museum houses a number of articles of Gandhiji’s life. Visitors can view the preserved room where Gandhiji lived and the spot on the ground where he was shot on his way for his morning prayers.

We will drive past the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the residence of the President of India to reach Khan Market, one of the most expensive retail real estate in the world.

Khan Market: One of the most popular shopping getaways in the heart of the city is Khan Market. You can shop for branded and non branded items like clothes, crockery, artifacts, Feng Shui items, crystals to name a few. You can also enjoy various kinds of cuisines at some of the most happening joints. It has been identified as the costliest retail location in South-Asia and the world's 16th most expensive retail high street.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

Kushk-I-Feroz (the palace of Feroz), Baba Kharak Singh Marg and Santushti - 6 hours

Feroz Shah Kotla was the 5th City of Delhi.

Kushk-I-Feroz was paralleled to Windsor Palace because of its citadel and aesthetics of pristine beauty. The Ashoka Pillar which Feroz brought from Ambala, adorns the citadel like a prized jewel, a tribute to the ancient and advanced technology of King Ashoka for making a pillar so infallible.

It is believed that Jinns or Asuras were attracted to the divine energy of this palace. They are said to inhabit the catacomb like structures whispering advice and secrets to the believers. Jinns are hailed as the harbinger of material wealth & success. Their philosophy infers that spiritual growth (Moksha) can only be achieved after material success (Maya).

Kushk-I-Feroz stands tall, a beacon of tolerance & refined aesthetics of a king applauded for his construction activities having built over 300 towns and laid the first North Indian River linkages by building five canals. The Palace today has an enigmatic aura of Jinns, whispering secrets in its romantic ruins.

Rs. 6000 + taxes per person, RS. 7000 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Travel in our very own Lalit limousine to a short drive of 15 minutes to Feroz Shah Kotla along with your LaLit host. The first stop of the experience is Kushk-l-Feroz (The Palace of Feroz) that includes the following:

Feroz Shah Kotla: It is located near the famous Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Stadium, on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg and near the imposing citadel of Ferozabad. The great builder and Emperor Feroz Shah Tughlaq built the city of Ferozabad with its citadel in 1354.

Ashoka Pillar: The 13 meters high pillar has seven main inscriptions or edicts of Emperor Ashoka, apart from some figures and many minor inscriptions. Written in the Pali language, this pillar like, all Ashoka pillars also served the purpose of spreading the doctrine of Buddhism. Though made of sandstone, the pillar was so polished that till date it looks as if it is made of metal.

Jami Masjid*: The southern and western walls with the gateway today are the surviving remnants of one of the largest mosques of the Tughlaq period. Located just next to the Ashoka Pillar, the mosque rests on a series of cells on the ground and is still in use.

Jinn Temple: This is where a large number of Jinns are believed to ‘live' and thousands of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs flock every week seeking justice and ready remedies.

Our second stop of the day would be the State emporiums at Baba Kharak Singh Marg

A must visit for the best handicrafts of the various states they represent. For example Shawls from the Kashmir Emporium, Bronze lamps & icons from the Tamil Nadu Emporium, exquisite silks from the Karnataka Emporium, Madhubani paintings and gems from the Bihar Emporium to name a few.

Our last stop of the day would be the Santushti Complex

You can indulge in some Luxury shopping at its best at the Santushti Complex at Chanakyapuri. Some of the most premier brands like Ensemble, Index, Anokhi, Lacoste, Cuban Cigars from Kastro’s, etc. are available under one roof.

Experience includes entrance fees, rickshaw rides, city view from Jama Masjid, guide, travel charges and snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.
*Full sleeves to be worn by ladies & gents at Jama Masjid

Akshardham - 6 hours

Swaminarayan Akshardham in New Delhi epitomizes 10,000 years of Indian culture in all its breathtaking grandeur, beauty, wisdom and bliss. It brilliantly showcases the essence of India's ancient architecture, traditions and timeless spiritual messages.

The complex was inaugurated on 6 November, 2005 and it took over 3,000 volunteers and 7,000 artisans to construct this architectural marvel. The monument at the centre of the complex is built of the Vastu Shastra and Pancharatra Shastra.

For the first time ever, the world witnessed the heritage of India in all its facets, insights and beauty at the Swaminarayan Akshardham.

Rs. 4600 + taxes per person, RS. 5600 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Travel in our Lalit limousine for a short drive of 20 minutes to the Akshardham temple in the company of your seasoned Lalit Host. The best time to start from the hotel would be around 1430 hours after lunch.

Akshardham is also referred to as Swaminarayan Akshardham. The complex will take you through an enlightening journey of India's glorious art, values and contributions for the progress, happiness and harmony of mankind. A majestic structure, on the banks of the river Yamuna, it features a large central monument crafted entirely of stone. Exhibitions on the life of Swaminarayan, the history of India, an IMAX feature, a musical fountain, and large landscaped gardens are the other highlights. The magnificent architecture and a deep insight into a man’s spiritual journey is sure to leave you spellbound. Some of the major attractions at the temple are:

Sahajanand Darshan: Universal values of mankind such as ahimsa, courage, endeavour, honesty & faith, etc. are presented from the life of Bhagwan Swaminarayan through films, light and sound shows with robotic figures. Shows in Hindi & English. Duration - 50 minutes.

Neelkanth Darshan: A large format film vividly portrays the true story of a 11-year old child yogi, Neelkanth Varni. Shows in Hindi & English. Duration - 40 minutes.

Sanskriti Vihar: A spectacular 14-minute boat ride through 10,000 years of Indian culture, which flourished on the banks of river Saraswati.

Yagnapurush Kund and Musical Fountain: It is a fascinating replica of an ancient, traditional yagna. At its centre, lies a spectacular musical fountain show that echoes the Vedic sentiments of creation, sustenance & dissolution. A 15 minute experience.

After covering the whole expanse of the temple, you can relish some traditional vegetarian fare at the Premvati Food court, modelled on the Ajanta and Ellora caves. You can finally unwind by shopping at the Ayurvedic Bazaar adjacent to the food court.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

Please note that mobile phones, carry bags,eatables, camera's are strictly prohibited inside the Akshardham Temple, hence you may leave your valuable items with reliable chauffeur.

Hanuman Mandir, Bangla Sahib, Laxmi Narayan Temple and Sacred Heart Cathedral - 4 hours

Delhi’s Religious sites are an idyllic source of spiritual energy. Thronged by tourists in millions, these religious sites are the repository of the cultural heritage of India. The locals have their faiths grounded in them, who come here in the hope of being granted their unfulfilled wishes. Even if the incense, the cymbals and the spiritual chants create a meditative mood, it is the faith that does the magic.

The filigree and the minute sculptural intricacies provide an insight into the architectural beauty of the temples. Some of the major religious destinations in Delhi include the Hanuman Temple, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Sacred Heart Cathedral, to name a few.

Rs. 3000 + taxes per person, RS. 3500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Connect with the Almighty with our custom made tour to some of the well known religious sites in Delhi. A visit to these holy places is certainly bound to uplift your spirits and refresh your mind. Your Lalit host would escort you throughout the religious experience that Delhi has to offer. The Lalit limousine will be ready to depart from the hotel at 0930 hours post breakfast.

Hanuman Mandir: It is a temple dedicated to half human & half monkey God. A visit to this temple is a must for every religious soul as Lord Hanuman is regarded as the epitome of sacrifice, devotion, bravery and loyalty. It is an ancient Hindu temple built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the five temples present from the Mahabharata days in Delhi. Experience inner peace as you hear the continuous chanting of the mantra ‘Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram'. A shoppers delight, you can buy colourful bangles, accessories, artifacts and also apply traditional mehandi (henna) at very reasonable prices.

Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: This is the most prominent Sikh Gurudwara or the Sikh house of worship. It is instantly recognizable by its stunning golden dome, a Sarovar and a tall flagpole - Nishan Sahib. The ‘langars' or the ‘community meals' are the best way to get a taste of Sikh hospitality.

Laxmi Narayan Temple: Also called the Birla Mandir it is a temple built in honour of the Hindu Goddess of Wealth, Laxmi and of her consort, Lord Vishnu – the Preserver in the Trimurti. It is a temple with many shrines, fountains and a large garden. The architecture of the temple is inspired from the Orissan architecture. The temple has tall spires and it looks magnificent raised in red sandstone.

Sacred Heart Cathedral: The Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart was designed by Henry Medd. Influenced by Italian architecture, the facade of white pillars, supporting the canopy looks beautiful and attractive against a dark brick background. The interiors look grand & lavish with their towering curved roof, polished stone floors & broad arches.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

Iskcon Temple, Lotus Temple and Greater Kailash Markets - 4 hours

ISKCON Temple promulgates Krishna consciousness through myriad sankirtan movements and the congregational chantings of the holy name of God. The International Society of Krishna Consciousness has over 400 temples with over one million followers across the world.

Lotus Temple completed in 1986 serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent. Honoured with numerous architectural awards, it has fetched international recognition in several publications.

Rs. 3500 + taxes per person, RS. 4500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Get ready for some spiritual nirvana at the magnificent ISKCON Temple and the majestic Lotus Temple, that stands tall in the environs of the plush South Delhi.

Leave the hotel post breakfast in our Lalit limousine at 1000 hours along with your Lalit Host to a short drive of 25 minutes to ISKCON Temple.

ISKCON Temple: Dedicated to Lord Krishna it was built by the Hare-Krishna Hare-Rama cult followers in 1998. Besides admiring the exquisite architecture one can drift an entire evening pulsating to the euphonic ‘Hare Krishna - Krishna Krishna Hare Hare’ chants amidst a tranquil ambience.

Our second stop of the day is at a short drive of 15 minutes to The Lotus Temple.

Lotus Temple: The Bahai House of Worship is popularly known as the Lotus Temple due to its flower like shape. An epitome of tranquility, the Lotus Temple propogates a world of peace and allows you to follow a faith that is free of prejudice & bias. With over 50 million visitors since its opening in 1986, it is one of the most visited buildings in the world.

For all shop lovers our last stop of the day would be the famous shopping centres of Greater Kailash which is renowned for its Silver jewellery, ladies boutiques and branded shops.

Greater Kailash 1 “M” and “N” Block: One of the most happening markets in Delhi, both zones have local markets which house several brands, like Esprit, EDC, Giovani, etc. Furthermore Greater Kailash, “N” block has the old and famous Fab India, Cottons and other Indian brands.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

The National Museum, National Gallery of Modern Art, Central Collage Emporium and Janpath - 4 hours

National Museum and Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology was established in 1983. It is a Deemed University since 1989 and runs Masters and Doctoral level courses in History of Art, Art Conservation and Art restoration.

National Gallery of Modern Art showcases the work of Rabindra NathTagore, Nandalal Bose, Ramkumar Kinkar, Binod Behari Mukherjee, etc. The museum makes an effort to make sure that its quality as well as standards are not compromised. It is also an ideal platform for artists to display their work & achieve recognition and progress in the field of modern art.

Rs. 3500 + taxes per person, RS. 4500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Depart from the hotel post breakfast at 1000 hours along with your Lalit Host for a short drive of 10 minutes to the National Museum followed by the National Gallery of Modern Art. Complete your visit by shopping at the Central Cottage Emporium and Janpath market.

National Museum: It is the largest museum in India and holds a variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. Established under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, the museum is situated on the corner of Janpath and Maulana Azad Road.

National Gallery of Modern Art: Former residential palace of the Maharaja of Jaipur, it is situated inside the Jaipur House, India Gate. A one of its kind institution, it has on display over 4,000 paintings, graphics, and sculptures of artists, dating back to mid 19th century. The museum showcases the evolution of Indian art.

A 10 minute drive to the Central Cottage Emporium is our next stop.

Central Cottage Emporium: Located in Jawahar Vyapar Bhavan at Janpath, it is undoubtedly worth a visit for anything ethnic and chic. You can shop for furniture,clothes, shoes and small gift items that could work as souvenirs.

Our last stop of the day is Janpath Market which is right opposite the Central Cottage Emporium.

Janpath Market: If budget shopping is your preference then a visit to Janpath is highly recommended. It is a haven for travellers and shoppers of curio, handicrafts and garments.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

The Arts & Crafts Museum, Purana Quila (Old Fort) and Sunder Nagar Market - 4 hours

The Art & Craft’s Museum established in 1956, has over 20,000 objects on display. The distinctive architectural display of Indian villages and authentically constructed mud huts, adorned with folk art and tribal exhibits, such as wood carvings, paintings, paper-mache and embroidery, are some of the major attractions.

Rs. 4500 + taxes per person, RS. 5500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Travel in our Lalit limousine for a short drive of 10 minutes to the Art & Crafts museum behind Pragati Maidan which is home to the finest of Indian craftsmanship, following which, meet up with a tour guide at Purana Quila (Old Fort) & complete the experience with a visit to Sunder Nagar market.

Arts & Crafts Museum: It displays Indian handicrafts and offers first-hand experience of craftsmen at work. Some of the most rare and exquisite pieces of art and craft, collected from all over India, are the prized possessions of the museum.

The Crafts Museum Shop in the complex is also worth visiting. The live demonstrations of producing and making of folk arts and crafts is one of the major highlights.

At a short drive of 5 minutes, the Old fort (Purana Quila) stands tall, which is our second and penultimate stop of the day.

Purana Quila: It was founded by the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun in 1533 and completed by Sher Shah Suri five years later. Purana Quila and its environs flourished as the sixth city of Delhi. The walls of the Fort rise to a towering height of 18 meters and run on for about 1.5 km. It has three arched gateways - the Bara Darwaza (Big Gate) facing West, which is still used today, the ‘Humayun Gate' facing South and the ‘Talaqi Gate' or forbidden gate. It is also said that the monuments’ foundation were laid by the Pandavas.

Our last stop would be the Sunder Nagar market renowned for art, craft and antique retail shops, apart from being one of the most expensive and posh residential colonies of Delhi.

Sunder Nagar: It is a very popular shop market for antiques and silver jewellery. It is a neat and well-designed market complex with many stores competing to sell exotic souvenirs, fine silver jewellery from Ladakh, semi-precious stones, textiles, brass, copper and silver objects d'art. This area also has many art galleries.

Experience includes entrance fees,travel charges & snacks to carry.
Recommended summer wear-Cotton shirt/T-shirt with bermuda's or a track suit or denims.
Recommended winter wear-Full sleave Shirts/T-Shirt, jersy, trousers, accompanied by a shawl, sweater or a jacket.
During severe winters, it is recommended to carry a cap and cover your feet with socks.

Yoga at India Gate - 1 hour

Yoga refers to ancient Vedic practices aimed at achieving a fine balance between physical and mental well being. Originating from India, the word is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. In Hinduism, it also refers to one of the six orthodox (astika) schools of Hindu philosophy. In Jainism it refers to the sum total of all activities - mental, verbal and physical. Outside India, the term yoga is typically associated with Hatha Yoga and its asanas (postures) or as a form of physical exercise. Someone who practices yoga or follows the yoga philosophy is called a ‘yogi' or ‘yogini'.

Rs. 3500 + taxes per person, RS. 4500 + taxes per couple


Experience inclusions

Balance your physical and mental well being with an invigorating session of Yoga and come closer to your soul centre.

Depart early morning close to 0700 hours from The Lalit New Delhi and a short 5 minutes drive will take you to the India Gate Gardens. The serene environment at India Gate is appropriate for Yoga sessions conducted by our very own Yoga Guru: Shri Krishna Semwal. You are sure to get back happier and fitter.

Package includes travel charges and non alcoholic Tetra pack juices and lemonade. Guest's are recommended to wear excise friendly clothing like track suit or shorts.

Build Your Own Itinerary and Tours

Travel in our very own luxurious “S” class Mercedes around Delhi along with your Lalit host.

A tour guide would be organized for you to grasp what Delhi has to offer.

Pick and choose what you would like to see and we are always around to suggest what you may like.

We would be happy to provide you with some light refreshments to chew on along the unforgettable Delhi experience.

Rs. 14000 + taxes per person, RS. 16000 + taxes-couple

Delhi A Gateway of India

Delhi A Gateway to India

Experience inclusions

Deedar-E-Taj
A Same Day tour by Private Jet to Agra
Taj Mahal, Sikandra, Agra Fort

Pink City
A Same day tour by Private Jet to Jaipur
The City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort

City of Lakes*
Overnight return by Private Charter to Udaipur
Saheliyon Ki Bari., Jagdish Temple, Sajjangarh Fort, Vintage Car Museum

Land of the Moon God*
Overnight return by Private Charter to Khajuraho
Raneh Falls, Sound & Light Show at the Western group of Temples and Panna National Park

Allows a maximum of 8 Pax
*Includes overnight stay at The Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur &
The Lalit Temple View Khajuraho, Room on sharing basis inclusive of breakfast.

For more details on The Lalit experiences please get in the touch with the Concierge at 313

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