Devoted to Lord Krishna and Radha, ISKCON Temple was constructed by the followers of the Hare Krishna Movement so as to disseminate the practice of Bhakti Yoga. This is an ideal place to sit and relax in the captivating charm of Krishna Bhakti and an equally spellbinding Sound and Light Show. You can visit the temple on all days of the week between 4:30 AM - 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
Lajpat Nagar is famous as a vibrant hub for all shopaholics where people can buy anything at nominal prices. It is a maze of vibrant kiosks selling colourful clothes, unstitched fabrics, accessories, Punjabi Jutis and kitchenware. Its aromatic streets are filled with the smell of various street foods like pakodas and jalebis. It also has innumerable options for those who like getting henna tattoos. The market is open on all days of the week barring Monday.
Containing the famous Mauryan Emperor Ashoka’s values and principles, it is the original rock edict of the Emperor Ashoka of Magadha. It encourages the subjects to lead the Buddhist way of life. This well-known epigraphy was brought into public eye on March 26, 1966 by Indian archeologists. It was accidentally discovered by a building contractor seeking to build a residential colony at the site. It is a great place to get a quick insight into the country’s history.
Built during the reign of Sikander Lodi, Moth Ki Masjid is a prominent mosque with an interesting story. Legend has it that the Sultan found a seed of lentil in his then Friday mosque. Whenever it ripened, it produced plentiful harvest. The proceeds of this repeated miraculous multiplication were used to make the Moth Ki Masjid. The mosque is adorned with Quranic verses and believed to have inspired the construction of the famous monument, Jamali Kamali.
Situated right below the Nehru Place Metro Station, Epicuria is a paradise for all food fanatics. Located in the heart of the city, this food mall has an array of gastronomic delights like Chhole Bhature, Butter Chicken, Pinacolada, Sashimi, Falafel and Hummus with Pita Bread in store for you. Be it restaurants specializing in North Indian delicacies to those specializing in Japanese and Lebanese cuisines to umpteen number of multi-cuisine diners – there’s something in Epicuria for everyone. It should, therefore, not come as a surprise to you why this is one of the busiest corners of the city.