Located right in the heart of New Delhi, Connaught Place is a bustling hive of activity. As well as being one of the city’s key financial and business centers, the area is also filled with all things cultural, from antique cinemas and toy shops to leading contemporary art galleries. Here we explore the best things to do and see in the area.
To experience the true religious zest of the Hindu community, Hanuman Temple is the perfect place to head to, as on weekends, worshippers fill the white space with prayers, chants and offerings. The temple is dedicated to the heavenly Monkey God, Hanuman, and is believed to be one of the four ancient temples that were the part of the epic mythological event Mahabharata. The temple is also featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for its worshippers having chanted the Hindu mantra ‘Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Ram’ non-stop for 24 hours.
The Rashtrapati Niwas
The Rashtrapati Niwas, also known as Viceregal Lodge, is located on the Observatory Hills of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. It was formerly the residence of the British Viceroy of India.
Maa Bhagwati Tara Devi temple
Maa Bhagwati Tara Devi" temple is located on Tarav Parvat in the western side of shimla Town about 15 Km from Shimla situated by the side of Kalka- Shimla National Highway near Shoghi. The road meandering uphill through the sweet smelling pine forests and lush green meadows with the cool gentle breeze touching one softly infusing a freshness and vigor in the devotees, pilgrims and tourists visiting this holy shrine. The location of the temple on the Hill top makes it appear that the goddess Maa Tara Devi seems to keep everyone under the protective gaze ,showering innumerable blessings on her worshippers. The picturesque view from the temple is indeed breath taking and captivating with the superb panorama of the lofty and majestic forested mountains around, which offers a calm peaceful and tranquil countryside, a site that has a soothing and rejuvenating effect, being away from the din, pollution and the taxing effect of a fast urban life style.
History can be interesting as well as inspiring and when coupled with life-size images it adds colour to ones imagination. And rather than leaving things to imagination the state tourism department has given shape to it in form of the recently inaugurated ‘Shimla Heritage Museum’ based on the concept of ‘har ghar kuch kehta hai’. Taking a step further this museum is housed in the 120 year old building which is prevalently known as the US Club dating back to almost 1860s, which has been renovated on similar line to the original structure to preserve its wholesomeness.
We look forward to welcoming you to Goa’s newest accommodation option, where you will be easily connected to local attractions, entertainment and nightlife. If you’re just looking to take some time out, you can relax poolside – It’s really the perfect accommodation choice no matter your travel need.