Places to visit in Greater Kailash I

THE 10 BEST Things to Do in Greater Kailash I, New Delhi

Top Things to Do in Greater Kailash I

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  • Ashok Gupta
    230 contributions
    One of the good market place in Delhi with all branded shops and food outlets. most lively place during evening hours with good crowd. Worth enjoying.
    Written 12 December 2019
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  • Raju Mukherjee
    1 contribution
    Like the surrounding, getting there is easy you have delhi metro nearby , You can buy laptop and pc and its component but you have roam a bit to find the best deal beside showrooms , should make effort to second floor to find shop with good bargains, you can exchage andsell your laptop also. For foodies there is couple of shops from which you find good smell coming but must spend more to taste them,its a wide surrounding and you would enjoy there, beware of touts inhad purchased laptops from there twice.
    Written 20 March 2023
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  • Madhulika L
    Noida, India4,673 contributions
    Most people associate Siri Fort with either the very prominent auditorium that takes its name from this historical monument, or the Sports Complex, also named after this. My review, however, is of the Siri Fort itself, or what remains of it—a portion of the wall.

    Delhi has seen many rulers build forts (Lal Kot, Qila Rai Pithora, Tughlaqabad, Adilabad, Firoz Shah Kotla, Salimgarh, Purana Qila and Lal Qila among those today extant). Of these, the first Muslim ruler to have built a fort is supposed to have been Alauddin Khalji, who built Siri in 1303 AD in an attempt to ward off attacking Mongols. Folk lore has it that the word ‘siri’ is a corruption of ‘sir’ or ‘sar’ (‘head’), with people suggesting that Alauddin used the decapitated heads of slain Mongol soldiers as the foundations for the fort’s walls.

    The walled city of Siri is supposed to have been approximately oval in shape, and is said to have had seven gates. The fortified city itself would have contained palaces and other buildings, but all of that has since disappeared—even the few medieval buildings (like the Tuhfewala Gumbad) that still exist within the area date from after Khalji’s time. The only remnants of Siri itself are sections of the peripheral wall.

    A long strip of land along this wall has been fenced off and landscaped, under the Archaeological Survey of India. You enter through the gate (entry is free) from just opposite the ASI Children’s Museum, and can walk along, seeing the wall on your right. It’s there in sections, at places bulging out into bastions and in one section even with the remains of a shallow moat. The only historical monument that can be seen here other than the wall is the beautiful Mohammadwali Masjid, though that was built well after Siri.

    While there isn’t very much to see here besides the mosque and parts of the wall, this is a lovely stretch of space. It’s green and beautiful, you can get to see lots of flowering plants and trees (we saw plenty of amla trees on our walk), and there are birds—we saw lapwings, and heard peafowl and barbets. Very pleasant for both nature-lovers as well as history buffs.
    Written 30 September 2019
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  • credit356
    Mangalore, India411 contributions
    This is a pace in Siri fort area. The place houses academy for art and culture. Well known artists and poets come here to share their experience with people who are interested in these things. It also houses an educational institute for art and literature
    Written 17 August 2016
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  • rohiabc
    212 contributions
    This one is famous because of its history. Park is also there so we visited in the evening and took the nature in sight.
    Written 28 June 2019
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  • podrozniczka60
    New Jersey14,833 contributions
    The park is good for a daytime walk. We discovered it walking back on foot from our visit at the Locus Temple. Mixed crowd, appeared safe during the day.
    Written 21 January 2023
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  • Sana1234
    1 contribution
    Technically sound therapist , extremely professional in there conduct , efficiency of the therapist outstanding
    Written 14 February 2023
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  • Claudio R
    1 contribution
    Our tour was súper… We were in great hotels and visit all the places we wanted in a confortable private car driven by super nice person…. 100% recommendable….
    Written 19 February 2024
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  • 22KiwiTraveller22
    Hamilton, New Zealand603 contributions
    I went on two outings with Go city adventures in Delhi, which i booked through 'get your guide'. As a woman traveling solo I felt safe and well cared for the whole time. Before each trip I received messages on WhatsApp to tell me the details of driver name, car registration number, and pick up time. My questions were answered promptly via WhatsApp.
    I enjoyed my two trips, which i have reviewed separately, and would definitely use this company again.
    Written 29 June 2020
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  • dhruv76
    New Delhi, India8 contributions
    The most beautiful and serene experience... Beautifully organised till the last detail. A joyful time spent together with like minded souls...
    Written 3 December 2019
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  • Joy D
    2 contributions
    My guest from Central America recently had the opportunity to immerse herself in the flavors of North Indian Mughlai cuisine at Minty's Food Studio in GK2. As an observer, I was delighted to see the cultural connections and culinary parallels she discovered during her experience.Minty, with her passionate belief in the magic of home-cooked meals, created an inviting and warm atmosphere that resonated deeply with my guest. Her expertise in Mughlai cuisine was not only educational but also a bridge connecting diverse culinary traditions.Throughout the two-day class, with three-hour sessions each day, my guest explored an extensive menu of six to seven dishes. Minty’s hands-on approach and easy-going nature allowed for a rich exchange of culinary styles and techniques. My guest found fascinating similarities between her Central American culinary heritage and the Mughlai cooking methods discussed by Minty, adding a unique dimension to her learning experience.The classes were a blend of fun, education, and cultural exchange, filled with humor and engaging interactions. The dishes prepared were exemplary, showcasing the intricate and flavorful world of Mughlai cuisine.This experience was more than just a cooking class; it was a journey of cultural discovery and appreciation. A heartfelt thanks to Minty for facilitating this fusion of culinary worlds and for being an outstanding ambassador of Indian cuisine. We eagerly anticipate attending more of Minty's classes in the future.
    Written 6 December 2023
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  • EMMANUEL A
    1 contribution
    I visited India for a friends wedding ceremony from Ghana. I was hosted by Travel Astu by the rep. Jay. He was really amazing with a professional touch. Their service was very good. I highly recommended travel Astu for your Indian tours and beyond
    Written 13 February 2024
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  • Tara B
    3 contributions
    JD’s tour is likely to be the best experience you will have in India. You will see a side of Delhi that is impossible to see on your own. And all the places he takes you to are so tasty (even if you’re a picky eater or worried about tummy problems). 100% clean, hygienic and delicious! Don’t think twice about booking, just do it!
    Written 23 October 2023
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  • Stella T
    2 contributions
    The driver is professional, patience and friendly to go around for us as requested. Good experience! Would recommend to anybody going to India.
    Written 5 February 2024
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  • Fabiano T
    Belo Horizonte, MG5 contributions
    I had a wonderful experience with the guide Sanjeev Singh from Fata Morgana Tours.
    Sanjeev speaks English and Italian fluently and knows a lot about the history of the visiting sites.
    I would recommend Fata Morgana and, if possible, ask to he guided by Sanjeev.
    Written 9 September 2023
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