India: Delhi & Agra Where We Went



Fabindia. Manufacturer and merchandiser of Indian fabrics.

Chandni Chowk. A busy and ancient market in Delhi.

Karol Bagh. A central shopping district in Delhi.

Kinari Bazaar. Old Delhi’s largest market dealing in wedding accessories

Dariba Kalan. Old Delhi’s jewelry and perfume market area.

Connaught Place. Delhi’s largest financial, commercial and business center.,_New_Delhi

Chawri Bazaar. A Delhi market for brass, copper, and paper products.

Select Citywalk Centre. Upscale shopping mall in New Delhi.

Meena Bazaar. A Delhi shopping area also known as ‘Chhatta Chowk Bazaar’

Other Cultural Sites:

Gandhi Memorial Museum. The National Gandhi Museum promotes and propagates the life, work, and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi

Hanuman temple. Hanuman Madir is a famous 18th century Hindu temple in central Delhi.,_Connaught_Circus

Nizamuddin. Nizamuddin Dargah is the mausoleum of Delhi’s most famous Sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya;

Jama Masjid. The 17th century Masjid-I-Jahan Numa is a prominent mosque in Delhi.,_Delhi

Red Fort. The Delhi Red Fort (also known as Lal Qil’ah) was founded in the 17th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Gurudwara Bangla. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is the most prominent Sikh place of worship in Delhi.

Where we stayed:

The Taj Mahal Hotel. One of Delhi’s premier luxury hotels.

Where we ate:

Karim’s. A famous downtown Old Delhi restaurant famous for low prices and excellent kabobs and tandoori dishes.


Agra. Ancient city in Uttar Pradesh about a five-hour drive or train ride from Delhi and home to the Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal. This mausoleum built in Agra in 1648 is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Agra Fort. The Agra fort about 2.5 kilometers northwest of the Taj Mahal is also known as Lal Qila, Fort Rouge, and Red Fort of Agra.