Hotel Mandakani Grand

59/37 New Rohtak Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Anand Parbat area of New Delhi, is near Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Chandni Chowk, and Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan).
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Travel Blogs from New Delhi

New Delhi, The last Time!

A travel blog entry by fernbob on Apr 02, 2014

5 photos

... us every step of the way to the next round of security and eventually the next gate. This plane also left late, but that was not a problem as our connection in Toronto didn't leave until midnight.

We arrived in Sudbury, without our luggage, informed the Air Canada representative about this lost luggage and got into a taxi for the trip through 'winter wonderland' to home!

The adventure has ended!
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Hair-Raising Ride in a Rickshaw in Old Delhi

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Feb 01, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... teeming with cars, we turned down a small avenue of the Chandni Chowk bazaar area of Old Delhi. This nine-square mile area of Delhi is chocked full of small wholesale merchandise establishments. The streets were so narrow that often it seemed that we would be destined to collide with oncoming rickshaws or scooters, but Robert would deftly negotiate the tiniest of spaces to find a way through the morass.

The district, the largest wholesale market in all of ...

Republic Day Parade

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Jan 26, 2014

1 photo

... the marching band on camels who managed to play and remain on these temperamental beasts at the same time. Tanks, helicopters and even a submarine (reduced scale model) zoomed by followed by floats of each state of India. Crowds cheered and danced for their own state. Most loved were the stunt cyclists who appeared to have perfected mind control to steer their motorbikes. The finale was a 12 man human pyramid on 6 bikes. The finale was a fly-past ...

Indian Religions and Delhi Golf

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Nov 05, 2013

12 photos

... to be genuine with someone in this country, or treat them as an equal, their drive for money completely obliterates any sense of good will, and ruins the whole social dynamic. And it is not as if this comes exclusively from people on the bottom; this money-seeking behavior comes from people who are, by Indian standards, solidly middle class (I.e. our hired tour guide for about $100 USD who attempted to get the bus to stop at a textile manufacturing factory unbeknownst ...

DAY 2: Sites & beautiful monuments

A travel blog entry by melodyalmario on Jun 09, 2013

7 photos

... Mahal is the site we went after we visited Agra Fort which is 2.5 km northwest and only ten minutes away from Agra Fort. It costs 750 rupees for entrance which is $13. Anyway, Taj Mahal is known as "crown of palaces". This beautiful monument was built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India. It is built by the Muslim, Emperor Shah Jahan in remembrance of his dear wife, Queen Mumtaz Mahal. Also, it is one of the 7 wonders in the ...