Destination-3.doc - Destinations Choice of Destinations In our endeavor to offer the best possible solution to your medical needs our team has explored

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Destinations Choice of Destinations: In our endeavor to offer the best possible solution to your medical needs, our team has explored the various destinations which offer benefits on any of the following parameters, needless to mention that the quality standards remain the same at all the selected locations. We offer a wide choice of destinations The selection of the places has been done on the basis of cost benefit in terms of affordability and availabity of accommodation, transport and environment for recuperation. Needless to mention, the standard of quality of treatment remains the same. About Delhi: Delhi is the Capital of India and is the home of the administrative center for the country. It also has a rich history that extends all the way back to the 6th century BC. Apart from its historical heritage the city is well known for all the historical sites worth visiting and the food. The city was born out of a complex past that defines the present state of its dynamism, beauty and ramifications. It is amazing to witness the coexistence of both the ancient and modern world in one city that showcases a diverse culture as well as traditional values and yet absorbing modern interventions making it worth exploring, be it the city in itself or the people enriched with variant characteristics. It is these diverse aspects that make Delhi what it is today and worth every bit of time that you spend scouting the by-lanes or the ancient monumental delights leaving you with a worthwhile acquaintance and memorable graffiti etched in your mind and heart forever. Places to Visit :
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Red Fort - The Red Fort is also known as Lal Quila. It was built in 1639 A.D. and just like most impressive things you will probably visit, it was built by the Mughals. Situated in the old part of Delhi. The Red Fort is an attraction that offers diversity to its visitors. One gets to witness history but you can also indulge in some jewellery shopping on the bazaar street called Chatta Chowk. Jama Masjid - Jama Masjid is just in walking distance from the Red Fort. Due to its position on top of a hill, it overlooks Old Delhi. It was built during the times of the Mughals and is one of the biggest mosques in India. The courtyard could fit as many as 25 000 people. It is open every day for tourists apart from prayer times. Lotus Temple - Lotus Temple is the newest attraction on this list in terms of when it was built. It was completed in 1986 and since then has won numerous architectural awards and recognitions for its innovative design. One thing is for sure, it will definitely stand out with its lotus-shaped exterior compared to all the things you will see in Delhi and perhaps in India in general. ISKCON Temple - ISKCON Temple is in walking distance from the
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Lotus Temple. It is among the most beautiful Hindu temples with a nice garden and art gallery to boost. It is very similar to the Lakshmi Narayan Temple in that it is very traditional and full of color.
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  • Fall '17
  • Nan Lim
  • Delhi, Chennai, South India

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