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Delhi is the capital city of India. It was, for a long time, under the Islamic rule of the Mughal dynasty. The Mughal rulers left behind marvelous structures that have great aesthetic value. The Red Fort, The Qutub Minar and the Jama Masjid are among many relics that are perfect for a historical excursion through the city.

Delhi is also the seat of the Indian sovereign government. On a chilly winter’s evening, take a walk down the royal boulevard called the Rajpath, crossing the Parliament House and the Rashtrapati Bhawan (residence of the president) leading up to the India Gate. This arena has open lush gardens and makes for a perfect picnic spot. The Rajpath also hosts a Grand Republic Day parade on the 26th of January every year.

This city is clustered with cafes and eateries that offer a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, but the streets of Old Delhi or Chandni Chownk, serving deep-fried Jalebi’s and the famous parathas, make for a truly local dining experience. Mughlai cuisine is the highlight food of Delhi and can easily be found anywhere in Delhi.

Delhi is a fine shopping destination. Connaught Place and Khan Market are ideal for the elite shopper with top-notch restaurants and classy jewelry and clothing stores, while Sarojini and Janpath offer a great bargain. Dilli Haat is the place-to-go for regional handicrafts.

The India Habitat center in Delhi hosts the latest in art, poetry and the literary scene of the country.

Well connected by the Metro; the best time to visit is October through March. The city has a lot to offer and it can be an overwhelming experience even for the seasoned traveler. And while you’re here, don’t forget to visit the (neighboring) futuristic city of Gurugram!

The ancient city of Haridwar has immense religious significance and is considered one of the holiest cities in India. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, it is the place where the revered river Ganges emerges from the Himalayas onto the plains.

Haridwar is home to innumerable saints and Yogis. From time immemorial, it has been the chosen place for the sanyasis (the celibate) to practice their penance and prayers. It is a pilgrimage spot for many devotees who come here with aspirations in their heart to take a holy dip in the Mother Ganges and be rid of their sins. The 'Har Ki Pauri’ is the bank where thousands of religious pilgrims gather during the festivities of the Great Kumbh Mela, which is held every 12 years.

Foreigners, too, flock in great numbers to Haridwar. If you’re looking to learn Yoga philosophy, Haridwar is the place where you will find countless discourses and sermons to soak up the ancient knowledge of our scriptures.

Every evening at sunset, the ceremonial Ganga Arti is performed. During this ritual, the Ghats (banks) come to life and contribute to a picturesque scenery with hundreds of floating diyas (lamps) and flowers offered to the Holy Ganges, along with saffron-clad monks offering musical hymns to the sacred river.

Haridwar is one of the prime spots in the spiritual paradigm of the Indian subcontinent. It is an ideal destination for the spiritual seeker, a place perfect for prayer, self-reflection, and self-introspection, and for many, the path of self-realization.