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The Ajmeri Gate in Chandni Chowk, built in 1644 as one of the 14 gates of Shahjahanabad (7th city of Delhi), leads from Delhi to Ajmer.
The Ajmeri Gate in Chandni Chowk, built in 1644 as one of the 14 gates of Shahjahanabad (7th city of Delhi), leads from Delhi to Ajmer. It is historically significant as it was a site of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.
Chandni Chowk, New Delhi
Oriented toward backpackers, this strip of shops sells items such as Indian perfumes, shawls, tablas, rugs, jewelry, and handicrafts
Located in Paharganj near the New Delhi Railway Station, the Handicrafts Emporium is one of the largest and oldest emporiums of handicrafts and herbal products in Delhi
The Cycle Market deals not just in bicycles, but in cameras as well
Connaught Place is a historical shopping arcade in Delhi and a major landmark
The Hanuman Temple on Baba Kharak Singh Marg in Connaught Place is one of the oldest temples in India dedicated to the Monkey-God, built by Raja Jai Singh around 1724 AD
Cottage Emporium, located near Connaught Place, is the main government-run location for selling handicrafts from all over the country
Palika Bazaar is a large underground market in the center of Connaught Place
The 17th century Fatehpuri Masjid, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan's wife Fatehpuri Begum, stands at the end of Chandni Chowk
Khari Baoli is the main wholesale spice market in Old Delhi which supplies to most restaurants
Jantar Mantar is one of five astronomical observatories commissioned by Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur during the 18th century, the others being at Jaipur, Varanasi, Mathura and Ujjain