5 Unheard-Of Yet Priceless Monuments Of Delhi


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The national capital of India, Delhi isn’t merely what we visualize on postcards and in the books. National capital has been an epicenter of distinctive political powers since many generations. It has witnesses the rise and fall of multifarious rulers and hence the history of Delhi has been so diverse. There are distinctive versions of fables and facts regarding history of Delhi, but one thing is sure that this place has stood intact by the test of time. Now it is considered among st the top developed cities of India. Also, Delhi is suffused with monuments from past telling us fables of its turbulent past! While most people have visited the most touristy ones, there is still a treasure trove of the monuments out here waiting to get explored. Book your cheap flights to Delhi and here we present few of hidden,less-known and lost monuments of this capital city which certainly deserve more visitors.

Firoz Shah Kotla

 Firoz Shah Kotla Yet another beautiful ruin which has survived the course of time is Firoz Shah Kotla monument. Though Firoz Shah Kotla stadium is known among people but only a few and scattered people have heard about this monument. The Fort at Firoz Shah Kotla was constructed by Firoz Shah Tuglaq in 1300 s. Like few many other ruins of Delhi, this is lying there unnoticed. Exhibiting a large enclosure of high walls, Firoz Shah Kotla was grand and an opulent royal citadel of this city. However, unfortunately today majority of its beauty is vanished. It houses Pillared halls, Palaces, a Pigeon tower and a stepped well; few of which are still in good condition. The interesting thing about this monument is that few people still light up incense sticks and candles here and consider it as the abode of spirits.

Tomb Of Adham Khan

42847_9828Adham Khan was the son of Akbar’s foster mother. While he was dear to the emperor, he had his wrath on murdering of Akbar’s Prime Minister. He was buried in his own Adham Khan Tomb which was constructed by emperor Akbar in 1561. Another reminder of Mughal’s gallantry and barbarism, Tomb of Adham Khan stands tall in Mehrauli. It has a tomb on its upper corridor and you can get lost easily here and that is why it is called ‘Bhool Bhulaiya’ in Hindi. Some historians are also of the view that there is some secret tunnel inside it which runs straight till Agra.

Tughlaqabad Fort

 Tughlaqabad FortLying in the state of being isolated, Tughlaqabad Fort is in now in a deplorable condition. This Fort was built by the founder of Tughlaq dynasty. It is spread over a vast area and is certainly a piece of architectural geniuses! Also, its architectural beauty is well defined in William Dalrymple’s(a famous travel writer) book.

Safdarjung Fort

safdarjung_tomb_delhiSafdarjung Fort’s architecture is somewhat similar to the Humayun’s Tomb! Known to be the ‘ Last flicker in lamp of Mughal architecture’, this monuments is not frequented by significant number of tourists as most of them don’t even know about it. Completed in 1754, this magnificent monument is a memorial of Mirza Safdarjung. Situated in the Western end of Lodhi Road, this fort is certainly lying unnoticed there.

Khirki Masjid, Saket

 Khirki Masjid, SaketKhirki Masjid is a hidden gem situated in the Khirki village opp the renowned Saket Mall in Delhi . It is a beautiful mosque accredited to Junan Shah. It comprises 180 columns, 81 domes and 15 prayer arches. This mosque is mostly covered making it one of its kind in the country. To compensate this, Junan Shah constructed red sand-stone windows in place of walls giving this mosque its unique name. Sadly, it is also amongst the forgotten monuments of the region but definitely is a must-see while in Delhi.

While reading this list, we are sure you’ll be motivated to traverse these priceless yet forgotten gems from our past! Think no further, get your cheap flights to Delhi from Toronto and relive into some intriguing fables of the city.

All The Adrenaline-Junkies Out Here, Head Straight To India!


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Its the basic human nature or call it awesome contradiction, we continuously create and indulge in bizarre and increasingly fatal ways to keep ourselves amused! India sure knows how to strike its image in the world map of adventurous places to traverse once in your life. It has all the potential to be a dream getaway for many who love to test their Adrenaline Rush! So for all the Adrenaline-junkies out here, we will tell you why India is grossly an underrated adventure destination.

Skydive in Aamby Valley near Mumbai for a true adventure-freak in you!


No more France for famed paragliding destination, head straight to Bir Billing and fly in the amazing Himalayas and be free as a bird over breathtaking landscapes.


Who said you need to go Bali for diving underwater and catching its stunning corals? Experience the stunning natural marvels of Andaman Islands for heart-pounding adventure.


Experience the adventure of world-class slopes for powdery rove in India’s own ski-resort-Auli.


Take that Rickshaw challenge in Southern India and race on mightily bumpy roads in mightily unsafe vehicles!


For real caving experience, no more heading to Malaysia! Instead, take a peek into the unexplored mazes of Siju Caves of Meghalaya.


Greet the shifting dunes of sand-clouds in Rajasthan and rumble with your desert spirits!


If blind curves, cliff faces and vertical drops are your thing, cycle down Ladakh! Pure Savage? Isn’t it!


So are you ready for the unmatched fun and excitement of Great Indian Adventure?

Grab Your Cheap Flights To Chennai And Decode Its Famous Streets With Us


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The city of Chennai, whether you have lived here or you have just arrived here for a fleeting visit, we are all completely spoilt for the splendid things to do here! From hot spots in odd spots to picture postcard attractions, from high art to wildlife to buzzing streets to quiet and serene places, Chennai has it all!

Chennai is filled with the people who are in a hurry to reach their respective destinations, yeah always in a hurry! Well this statement has nothing to do with this article, but you need to get your facts right about the city you are about to read, ha ha!

chennai-hotel-indiaEvery city majorly depends on its various trade centres situated and based on the streets, to make it simple, ‘Street Shopping’ is the word. The city of Chennai is filled with distinctive places across its geography which will let you experience all the flavors of Chennai in terms of clothes and commodities! Book your cheap flights from Toronto to Chennai and let us take you across famous streets as we tell what all you can purchase from there!

Pondy Bazaar

Famous Products: Utensils, trinkets!

This street is literally a paradise for the shopaholics. There are a hundreds of roadside shops, platform shops and even branded showrooms in this street! A diverse range households clothes and trinkets can be found here. Do visit the Naidu Hall, a renowned handloom store well-known for its design and quality of sarees. Also, visit Rathna stores for its impressive collection of utensils for your daily use!

You can even spend an entire day without getting bored in Pondy Bazaar. It also boasts few lip-smacking restaurants where you can have some good food!

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Thyagaraja Nagar
Famous Products: Clothes!

Simply the KING of all the shopping destinations across the city, this vast area is suffused with stores ranging in all sizes and price ranges. This place bursts with what is approximately half of the city’s whole population on a simple working day! The adrenaline rush which you will experience while manoeuvring across thousands is indescribable. This place boasts multistory buildings bearing clothes, utensils, jeweler and of course, the street vendors sitting in front of the buildings selling earrings, watches and trinkets!
This place is a must visit for an indescribable shopping experience and you will start to feel the pulse of whole of Chennai. This area is also known for its popular ‘Ranganaathan street ’stretching kilometer long, sandwiched by Mambalam railway station and T.Nagar!

WARNING: Do NOT visit this street if you are hostile of vast crowds and avoid visiting it on any public holiday!

Ritchie Street
Famous Products: Electronic Items

Said to be a world class electronic destination, you will be amazed at the supreme quality of electronic instruments and spare parts available here! The shopkeepers and vendors here are always ready to volunteer information on any make or model of any instrument/part you care to name! Country’s true talent for obtaining low-cost substitutes of the branded parts can be witnessed here. You would be flabbergasted at what all you can purchase here. Before we even begin to describe the feeling of Ritchie Street, rush here to experience it all by yourself.

Parry’s Corner
Famous Products: Flowers and Decoration items!

This name is derived from an old manufacturing unit of well-known Parry’s chocolate company. It is located at a corner of the city, right next to the Broadway bus stand. It is renowned for buying the household items for family functions or big get together; gas stoves, garlands, utensils, invitation cards etc. It is one of the oldest sector of the city, with construction dating back to the colonial period!

Moore Market
Famous Products: Books/Novels

For the students it is a place to buy second hand books from here at reasonable prices. However, if you are an avid reader this place is a heaven for you! You can get a vast array of Novel selections at good prices. You can even sell your novel here if you are done with reading it. Your bargaining skills can surely come to your rescue in this market.

The overhead mentioned places are known across for their specialties in different products. First grab cheap air tickets to Chennai, then grab a bus and just go happy shopping!

6 Snowy Places In India For A Whitey-White Winter


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So its the time for winter chills! Its that time of the year again, when the Western counterparts are wrapped beautifully under white snow and melodies. But the pride of Asia, India is also no less beautiful than its Western sisters when it comes to enjoying glimpses of snowfall in India. Have you ever enjoyed India’s snowfall before? If ‘no’ is the answer you must grab this golden chance once in your life. Book your cheap tickets to India from USA and traverse a plethora of romantic places in India to experience the enjoyment of this charm! We have penned down 6 top romantic places in India to witness snowfall like never before.

1. Gulmarg, Kashmir


Literally said to be the ‘meadow of flowers’ Gulmarg is located in the Northern most tip of India, Jammu and Kashmir. Gulmarg is counted among the ace snow places all over India! Preferably the top priority of people seeking for some skiing fun, Gulmarg is flooded with people,yet remains untouched. It is an Indian Mecca for snow lovers as they can take enjoyment of several adventure snow-sport activities such as skiing, trekking, snowboarding and renowned Gondola cable.

2. Manali And Rohtang Pass


Manali and Rohtang Pass are definitely a must visit once in the lifetime, specially when it snows here! Situated in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is a perfect holiday haven for those seeking for beautiful valleys wrapped under all-white blanket. Manali and Rohtang Pass are generally explored simultaneously and are listed among the top tourist destinations in India. Manali is so frequently traversed by the newly wed couples that it can be labeled as the perfect honeymoon getaway in India. At a distance of about 50 km, Rohtang Pass is also an outstanding, mesmerizing and unique destination to take glimpses of beautiful snow fall! A trip to Manali is incomplete unless you visit Rohtang Pass.
3. Sonmarg, Kashmir


Known as the ‘meadow of Gold’ Sonmarg is a town all wrapped up with snow covered flower-laden gardens and fields, surrounded with serene lakes, majestic glaciers which will caste subtle spells on you! It remains blessed with frozen lakes and snow carpets rolling out. Called as the ‘heaven for snow lovers’ Sonmarg is one such place which can surely leave you awe-struck!

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4. Shimla


Being the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is one of the most well-renowned hill stations of India. It is an ideal place for taking a fine glimpse of snowfall in India. The snow-capped mountains of Shimla are ideal for distinctive snow-sport activities. This hill station with Rich colonial history is always buzzing with the happy flow of Indian vacationers to witness beautiful snowfall!

5. Ladakh


Home to Chadar( frozen river), Ladakh is ideal for living the ultimate experience of snow-fall in India! It is undoubtedly a Himalayan Wonderland wrapped with snow-capped hills which is dotted with colorful monasteries. If there would be a heaven on earth, then it would certainly be in Ladakh. Just sit awestruck by beautiful snow valleys, serene lakes and beautiful views!

6. North Sikkim


Regarded as ‘Evergreen Snow Place of India’ North Sikkim is highly likely to have snowfall for almost whole of year. For the best experience of snowfall head to Yumthang for some of the spectacular views, but prepare well to brave harsh winter conditions. But yeah, it is totally worth it!

It can rightly be said that India is home to multifarious romantic places to enchant yourselves with whitey-whitey snow! If you are also willing to be a part of the enjoyment of taking glimpses of snow-fall just book your delta airlines flight tickets from USA to India and make your own snowman which can melt for you, ha ha!