Bed & Breakfast

We recommend 2 exciting Bed & Breakfast establishments in Hauz Khas - a charming neighbourhood of New Delhi.. Silver Category: Marigold Bed & Breakfast – C-21 Hauz Khas, Police Station Road ( Ch.Dalip Singh Marg) Gold Category: SunShine Villa – Q3 Hauz Khas Enclave New Delhi is where everyone wants to stay. Ancient monuments and modern shopping areas. Great restaurants and entertainment options , 10 minutes from Dilli Haat, 15 minutes from Khan Market , 20 mins from the Connaught Place, the airport and the railway station. A quiet home away from home in a lush green area full of trees and dotted with historical sites. Everyone would love that ! But at what price!!!!! Well ! Finally at the most affordable price in the range $ 35- $ 90 we have...

Indian Tradition

India is a land of rich customs and traditions. Below are some of our major customs: Some Common Indian Customs and Traditions A four thousand years of continuous culture has meant that a number of Indian customs and traditions have come down to the present generation almost without a change for thousand of years. These customs invariably invoke curiosity in the minds of visiting foreigners tempting them to wonder what they mean. Below we are giving some of these customs which have remained part of Indian traditions for more than a thousand years…. Namaskar Namaskar or Namaste is the most popular form of greeting in India. It is a general salutation that is used to greet or welcome somebody and also for bidding farewell. While doing Namaskar, both the palms...

Travel Tips

Here are some useful travel tips that will help you while you travel in India: Currency India ’s currency is ‘Rupee’, abbreviated as Rs. One Rupee is equal to 100 paise. Coins are in various small denominations of 10, 25, 50 Paise & 1, 2, & 5, Rupees. Notes (Bills) are in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, & 500 Rupees. Foreign Exchange You can exchange money at international airports where 24-hour exchange facilities are available through banks and approved money changers. You can also change money at nationalised banks and other banks in the country. Some of the larger nationalised banks include the State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Punjab and Sindh Bank, Canara Bank, Allahabad Bank and Union Bank of India . You...

Visa & Entry

The government of India defines ‘tourist’ as a person, not normally resident in India, who enters the country for a stay of not more than six months in any twelve-month period for purely non-immigration purposes, such as touring, recreation, sports, health, family reasons, study, religious pilgrimage or business. The entry of this ‘tourist’ is governed by a number of regulations: Visas All foreign nationals, including those from Commonwealth Nations, require visa to enter India . However there are some relaxation for Bhutanese and Nepalese nationals. Visas are not issued on arrival. Tourist visas are generally valid for a stay of 120 to 180 days. The cost of the visa is US$ 30 for up to six months. If you are planning to visit a...

Touring India

The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page. — Saint Augustine The adage is best realized after one has visited India — a miniature world, a complete planet by itself. India is as diverse as any ‘land mass’ can be. It is a lesson in geographical terminologies, a chronological survey of human history, a collection of all race types and a study in culture. It is a ‘museum of anthropology’, as a 19th century British scholar commented. Not many countries in the world offer the kind of geographical diversity India has to offer – the highest mountains, the mightiest rivers, vast flatlands, dense forests, sun soaked beaches, a great desert and hundreds of tropical islands. Certainly no other country juxtaposes Stone Age...