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Welcome to Delhi

Delhi is a treasure trove of Indian history, bridging two different worlds endowed with a multitude of complexities and contradictions. Here Time past and Time present co-exist in unquestioning harmony. Being the seat of the Government and a hub for all national development, the capital city of India is catching up with all the technological intricacies and magical advancements of the modern era with fervor, while showcasing its past glory The City of Djinns is home to 155 national monuments and around 1,000 culturally important places built at different times.

With the imprint of an unending host of kingdoms and dynasties that ruled here through the ages, Delhi has come to be an extraordinary and mystical mosaic of medieval fortifications, Mughal mausoleums, places of worship, dusty old world bazaars, colonial grandeur and mega malls. Shahjahanabad, as Delhi was known in the 17th century, built by the Mughals, is perhaps one of the first examples of urban planning that humankind has witnessed. In Mehrauli, which is the oldest urban settlement of the city, stands the magnificent Qutub Minar, built in the 12th century that never fails to amaze. While Old Delhi is the gateway to many such haunting souvenirs of history, New Delhi or Lutyen’s Delhi is an impressive expression of 20th Century garden city principles. It is hard for a traveller not to be overwhelmed by the cultural assortment the city offers, as they travel back in time with its cultural richness and then back to contemporary world class facilities and services that it has to offer.

For more information on the tourist attractions of Delhi we suggest you consult the website of Delhi Tourism: Click Here

For more information on the gastronomic delights that Delhi has to offer please consult: Top Restaurants & Best Restaurents

For a list of shopping malls in Delhi, please consult: Click Here

About Country

With an average temperature between 27oC (81oCF) during the day and 13oCC (55oCF) at night, the weather in Delhi and most parts of India during November is exceedingly pleasant. The evenings can get a bit chilly but can be well managed with a light jacket or a shawl.

Delhi is an excellent city to explore. Various daytrips and tours are available for delegates and their companions to choose. Delegates preferring a private tour can ask staff at the Concierge desks for assistance.

Having been the capital of India for many centuries, Delhi is a melting pot of various cultures and cuisines. You would thus find many cuisines from around the country as well as around the world. Ask your concierge for dining options in Delhi.



Taxis are on call round the clock in Delhi. Air Conditioned (AC) Radio taxis may be called. These taxis have a flat charge per kilometer travelled and are available at both the international and domestic terminals of the airport. In addition, there are prepaid taxi counters at the airport for travelling to any part of the city. We advise that hiring private cars and unlicensed taxis must be done with caution and is not recommended for participants. Hotel front desks will normally be able to arrange reliable transport by taxi but they will require 15-30 mins notice in order to do so. Taxis are willing to wait for you during your intermediate stops at reduced charges. It is simplest to inform the front desk about the places you wish to visit, the total time you wish to spend and the number of people travelling. They would then be able to book the taxi for you at a fixed rate.

Auto Rickshaws

Three-wheeled auto rickshaws (also known as “Autos”) are a convenient way to travel within the city. They cost half the fare of a taxi but are more expensive than buses. Usually, autos are metered, but it is good to fix the fare before to avoid any dishonesty. They can be found clustered together in auto stands around the city. If there is no auto stand near you, you can hail autos by standing on the side of the road or hailing an empty one.