Solo Travelling: A trip to Delhi

“Travelling leads you to learn more of the world than sitting at home.”

Woohooo…. I’m so so so excited for this wonderful trip to Delhi. I always felt some connection with the capital of India. 

Well, I’ve always been a traveller ever since I was 14 year old. Till now I’ve been to 8 major states of India. Madhya Pradesh, chattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chennai etc. I’ve learnt about the culture, food, and language of people. 

I’ve always been a learner. I love reading people’s mind and their perception. 

Finally, after so long I just gotta chance to visit to Delhi. And I’m also excited to meet so many places, food, people, of course Delhi girls. 😂😂😂

Haha! Jokes apart, I’m so exited that from last 2 weeks I’ve been researching a lot from one of the best travelling books written by more than 12 authors. “INDIA”

I found the roadmaps of Delhi in it. Places to visit. Places to go for fun. Tombs. Forts. Mosques. And many more. 

The best part is I’m gonna spend half of my time with one of my special friends. Yes yes.. you’ll be going to get a big fun blog on that as soon as I come back Indore. πŸ˜‰ So, it’s again going to be fun. She knows everything. 😂😂

Along with that, I’m going to do my research project’s work over there. And yes, how can I forget to meet a few of bloggers(I wish I could meet you all this time :()

So yeaaaaah! I’m excited. Are you? πŸ˜‰

Have you ever visited to Delhi?

Have any suggestions, tips, or your views. I’d love to hear them. And will probably mention them on writing nect blog after I come back. 😍😘

Take care guys. There’s only one day to go to Delhi. September 8. I’ll be back on September 13, as I’ve an event to organise on September 15. So that’s all for now. Take care. :)))

Your views are awaited. 😘

Bye bye. ☺

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Sumit Yadav(25), popularly known as SumitOfficial, is a blogger from Mumbai who has been writing since 5 years, and has posted 600+ Blog Posts till now. He is an MBA and works in an Educational Industry in Mumbai as a Senior Career Consultant. His spare-time activities include creative things like -- Acting, Photographing, mimicking, singing.Β HeΒ hasΒ worked with Radios, appeared on National TV, interviewed authors, appeared on newspapers for multiple activities, andΒ hasΒ writtenΒ reviews for magazines. Also, he's been consistently writing offline in his journals for more than 875+ days now.Β He believes inΒ Continuous Progression, and Exponential Growth.Β 

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131 thoughts on “Solo Travelling: A trip to Delhi”

  1. Though you are carrying the travel book with you, so I don’t think you are gonna need any help.. But here i am feeling responsible to give u some suggestions. Hehe can’t help it.. 1. Watch movie in PVR Director’s Cut, 2. Go to Yamuna expressway and Murthal – haveli, 3. Don’t miss Gk, hauz khas, cp, chandni Chowk, Khan market, defence colony, NFC (if you are non veggy, u can have super best shwarma in NFC ).. All the best..

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    1. Wooooooooow!!!!
      Just wow. Yes that’s true Falak I’d get so many information from the book but your suggestions are great.

      I’ll definitely visit these places. πŸ™‚

      And will let you know after I come back. ☺☺

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      1. Let’s assume u r coming for 4 days.. Keep 1 day for famous markets, I already told u their names. Murthal ke lie you are gonna need half day. Hey you can go Agra as well via Yamuna Expressway. Morning me jao, evening me return. Isn’t that cool. Mall visit is not very necessary until and unless u wanna shop from brands.. Promenade and DLF Emporio are the best malls of this city. Try food trucks here as well..some are very great.. u can Google them.. rest depends on where you are putting up and how you’ll be traveling..☺

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      2. I am always available on comments.. Once you land here, feel free to ask for suggestions.. I can tell you about tea/maggi spot to 5star hotel.. But I believe you’ll be having your that friend with you.. The places I told you are enough for your few days visit.. Oh, one thing just clicked in my mind. You can take HoHo Bus from Cp. It will show you most of the famous monuments in single day. Just Google it..

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      1. in that case you should see the monuments,
        Qutub minar
        Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
        Akshardham temple (light and sound show in night)
        India Gate ( cannaught place is also 5 min away for shopping)
        Red Fort
        if u are bored by monuments and temples
        Live Show at the Kingdom of Dreams(check ticket rates) but its worth.
        Adventure Island
        Fun N Food (amusement and water park)

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  2. Have a hell lot of fun in Delhi Sumit. Nail it baby. Paint Delhi with your footprints. Just have sooooo much fun. The special friend you gonna meet; she is so lucky. Wow. Waiting for a long blog post after your travelling. ❀😻☺

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    1. Yayyyyyy….. I’ll have a lot of fun for sure Shreyu. πŸ˜»πŸ˜»πŸ˜»πŸ’“

      I’ll have sooooooooo much fun😍😍😍

      Oh the special friend? How do you know it’s she?😹😹😹😹😹😹😹

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  3. Okay. Here are the things you need to know about us Delhiites. 1) Don’t get in a fight. Not unnecessarily atleast. 2) Chole Bhature. They are the best in Delhi. Trust me. 3) There are monuments EVERYWHERE! 4) Visit Rajori and shop your heart out. 5) Beware of stray dogs. 6) Do not wear black. You will melt in a second.

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  4. Glad I came across this post..even I covered an article on Delhi few days back on my blog – if you’re still in the city that might help you because I mentioned places that solo travelers like you would love to discover. Happy travelling.. hope you enjoy being in the city! πŸ™‚

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  5. Haha.. Nice one.. Looks like a Travel Blogger hidden inside you has come out in Delhi… I have never been to Delhi and honestly not very fond of that place… But loved the way you elaborated each and every thing about this place πŸ™‚ Keep it up…

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    1. Hahaha… Preeti that’s so sweet of you to say. πŸ™‚
      We’re writers and we also want something to write upon. πŸ™‚

      My this trip was one of them. πŸ˜ƒ
      And I’d really appreciate that you liked the description. 😘☺

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