The Hindu | Tripping over History

Delhi is unlike any other Indian city in the way antiquity waves at you from every corner. The roundabout on your way to work happens to be Sabz Burj tomb on Mathura Road and your jogging path in Panchsheel Enclave will have you panting alongside a 700-year-old fragment of the Siri Fort wall. With the scale of architecture spanning from the Rajputs in the eighth century, the Mughals in between and finally to the British in the 1900s, Delhi’s history is staggering. So forget about spending hours in a car to see the ‘10 best’ with a guide and opt instead for a languid journey through Lodhi Road. Read more here 

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