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Majnu ka Tilla is one of the more accessible Tibetan resettlement areas in India, and certainly a nice piece of variety for Delhi.
Majnu ka Tilla is one of the more accessible Tibetan resettlement areas in India, and certainly a nice piece of variety for Delhi. To get there, head north along Ring Road just past Majnu ka Tilla Gurudwara, or take the Metro to Vidhan Sabha station, and a cycle-rickshaw from there.
Outer Ring Road, New Delhi, DL, India
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