Experience the hustle and bustle of Delhi street life, with seemingly non-stop markets, livestock roaming free and every type of chancer and laughably inept con man trying to engage you..top notch, and puts the sedate connaught place to bed.
Near New Delhi train station
If you only visit one museum this is the place to head for. An amazing collection of contemporary and historical crafts from all over India. The highlight is the Crafts Demonstration Area, where award-winning artists from all over India come to demonstrate and sell their pieces to visitors.
Bhairon Road, New Delhi 110001.
Open 1000-1730hrs; Closed: Monday
Tel: 011 337 1887
If you want to escape the hustle bustle of Delhi, this is a great place to go and maybe buy some artwork as well. Around 20 artists' workshops surround a central grassy courtyard with large trees and places to sit. You can watch the artists at work, or simply enjoy this enclave of peace and quiet, with a tea from the local chaiwallah.
Garhi Studios, Kala Kutir,
East of Kailash
New Delhi 110065
+91 11 2643 2225
Wander along the narrow streets of the bustling Walled City (Shahjahanabad) before escaping the rush by entering the sandstone and white marble edifice of the Jama Masjid, India's biggest mosque. Dress appropriately as it is still a working mosque.
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