#NoNeedToTravel: Do You Have These Pictures Of Delhi On Your Insta Yet?

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As beautiful and vast as Delhi is, some of us have only explored it based on where we live. So if tomorrow someone asks us where the best coffee shop or sushi joint, we’ll be able to give our recommendation – but when it comes to the most scenic, stunning monuments or capturing Delhi’s culture and landscape, we may be at a loss for words. Fret not, because we’ve identified spots you cannot miss to experience the real Delhi.

Tomb Of Mohammad Shah Sayyid

Located in the Lodhi Gardens, the Tomb of Mohammad Shah Sayyid is awe-inspiring and beautiful to say the least. Built during the Sayyid dynasty, this one has truly stood the test the time as there is very little architecture from this period that has really survived. So pack a bottle of water and your phone, and head here early to get a stunning Insta-worthy shot. 


A popular spot frequented by tourists, Janpath houses interesting, quirky shops that sell decor, souvenirs, accessories, stationery, clothing, footwear and more. With each store a uniquely curated haven, explore the lanes with both curiosity and passion for discovering offbeat and exciting items, while exploring portrait and street photography at the same time.

Raj Ghat

A memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi and to other national leaders, this structure espouses both a peaceful, calming vibe and a wide expanse to explore and discover. Slip off your shoes and enter a world of history, set amongst green lawns and fountains, and capture the beauty of this platform that is a tribute to the father of our nation.

Agrasen Ki Baoli & Safdarjung tomb

A restored stepwell, Agrasen Ki Baoli is a breathtaking sight. Lined with arched niches on three sides, with three levels to traverse – this is a sight to behold. With 103 steps, this is the oldest baoli in Delhi and captures your undivided attention with its symmetry and architectural design. So when you’re on your next photo walk, don’t miss out on this impressive structure that is steeped in history and mystic intensity, with some believing it to be haunted! And while you’re on this walk, go and check Sadarjung’s Tomb. A sandstone and marble structure, this is the last constructed monument from the Mughal era. Surrounded by a large garden and a water channel, this is one is definitely a breathtaking shot of striking beauty.

Inspired to click and explore Delhi? We’re excited too! With all these beautiful pictures clicked on Lava Z25, priced at INR 17,500 , which packs a 13 megapixel primary camera, expandable memory till 128 GB and a host of connectivity options {including 3G and 4G support}, your Instagram is going to get a major enviable upgrade. Plan that photo walk now!

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