From The India Gate to The Red Fort and Jama Masjid to Qutub Minar, Saadi Dilli is filled with every kind of wonder imaginable. Our dil-walo ki Dilli is unique and beautiful to the core; Whether it’s a lively lifestyle, elegant shopping malls or hot street food, this place is pure magic and we are going to tell you about all the places that are on the blue line of the Delhi metro and you absolutely cannot miss them. you are a real Delhiite, read on!
This place needs no introduction! Built in 2005, Akshardham Temple is a true architectural gem. The temple is dedicated to Swaminarayan’s work and life and routinely hosts impressive water shows, exhibits, and even a boat ride that takes you through India’s ancient history. The temple has themed gardens and even a theater that tells you all about Swaminarayan’s inspiring life. Akshardham tube station is only 350 meters walk from the site, so come early with the family!
Where | Akshardham Temple – Noida Mor, Pandav Nagar
Entry | Free (For the Temple)
Timings | 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Standing since 1933, India Gate is a monument to the 70,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army during the First World War. The India Gate is woven into the memory of almost all the inhabitants of Delhi; be it ice cream vendors or bioscopes, this place has given us a treasure trove of nostalgia. Get off at Barakhamba metro station, visit this place and have fun with your friends as soon as possible.
Where | India Gate – Rajpath
National Crafts Museum & Hastkala Academy
Popularly known as the National Craft Museum, it is one of the largest craft museums in the country. It is set in a serene setting and has more than 35,000 rare and distinctive pieces that reflect the continuing tradition of Indian artisans. Did you know that the museum was also visited by Michelle Obama? Yes it’s correct. Enter this museum by getting off at Pragati Maidan metro station and thank us later!
Where | National Crafts Museum & Hastkala Academy – Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan
Entry | Rs 20 Onwards
Timings | 10 AM – 6 PM
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
The eighth Sikh guru, Guru Har Krishnan, is believed to have resided here. In addition to the main sanctum sanctorum, the gurdwara also has a sarovar which is believed to have healing properties. It is the perfect place to experience tranquility and peace simply by sitting in the same facilities. You should also try the halwa which is offered as prasad there, as missing it would be a shame! The closest metro station is Rajiv Chawk, so come and visit!
Where | Gurudwara Bangla Sahib – Hanuman Road, CP
Timings | Open 24 hours
The Old Fort was built in the oldest city of Delhi, Indraprastha. Humayun built the huge entrance and walls of the Purana Qila and Sher Shah Suri continued the work. A place like this, with a scenic lake, is a haven for any Insta-aware cops. The closest metro station is Pragati Maidan, so get off and explore this historic site!
Where | Old Fort – Mathura Road
Entry | 30 rupees and more
Timings | 7 AM – 5 PM