Karol Bagh , Delhi,110005
The airport makes Delhi one of the most well connected cities in India, with over 35 international and 30 domestic carriers serving it. Terminal I is for domestic and Terminal II is for international flights. An hourly shuttle connects the two.
The Domestic Airport in Delhi is a part of the Indira Gandhi International Airport and has 3 terminals, which cater to domestic flights across the country.
Officially called Rajeev Chowk, this is a central business district of. With its obvious Victorian architecture, it is planned as a big circle in the middle with various radial roads spreading out in all directions.
Lal Qila, as it is commonly called, stretches over 2 kms. Deriving its name from the red sandstone in which it is built, it was the seat of power during Shah Jahans rule. Its entrance corridor, the Chatta Chowk, gives way to the sprawling interiors.
The India Gate was built in 1921 to commemorate Indian soldiers who died in the First World War. Located on Rajpath, the Amar Jawan Jyoti - flame of the immortal warrior - burns under it, marking the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Jhandewalan Metro Station is on the Blue Line, and is located between Karol Bagh and Palika Place. From here, it is a 10 to 15 minute walk to the famous Jhandewalan Temple, dedicated to Mata Jhandewali. The temple is located on Deshbandhu Gupta Road.