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One of the best places to visit in Delhi, if one is momo and Tibetian food lover then this place is your paradise.
one can also get different attire to buy from these vendors. so one must visit this place. me and my friends love...More
This Gurdwara Saheb is built on the bank of Yamuna River. Last Sunday, i went to this place with my family, very early in the morning. It was really a great experience as Kirtan was going on and there was peace all around. Old "Gutka...More
It was visit filled with fun and seeing exotic things in Majnu ka Tila. Which is a small refugee colony for Tibetians in Delhi. Inhabited for a few decades now it is home to these people. Tibetians are the most peace loving people in the...More
This is probably the most under rated tourist destination in Delhi. Over the years the Indian Tibetan community has learnt to become very innovative and this colony has become a cluster of amazing fusion restaurants from Asia but mainly Tibetan. You can easily spend the...More
Get down from Vidhan sabha metro station pronto and get moving. Autorickshaw "bhaiyajis"will be standing just at the exit gate waiting for you 😁,get along one auto it just takes 10Rs to take you to your destination. There is this flyover bridge you need to...More
Manju ka Tilla , a small settlement for Tibetans is a very popular place to buy Tibetan handicrafts and eat simple and sumptuous meal. Over the years it’s become very very popular with college students and foreigners who visit the place to buy Tibetan handcrafts...More
After a maniacally mad taxi ride we entered this tiny Tibetan enclave in the centre of Delhi.
There are marvellous shops selling Tibetan handcrafts, a delicious lunch was ridiculously cheap ... around £3 for us both.
The Buddhist temple, monks and prayer wheels give a...More
With little shops that sell all kinds of products, small eating joints, narrow snake like corridors, this place oozes Tibetan character. Mostly women manage the shops, and the youth are out working elsewhere in the city. Abound with dogs and puppies, the sensitive and caring...More
New Aruna Nagar better known as MT for majnu ka tilla is a heaven for anyone interested in Tibetan food and similar.. wongden house, TeeDees, Himalayan house, u name it and every restaurant belts some of the best dishes that will make u want more..