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When dinosaur were alive . One day I thought let have some fun outings in which we all will enjoy . So we made a list of two to three places . Than we asked everyone to vote where you would like to go out...More
Situated at walking distance from Patel Chowk, this museum is gem of a place for stamp collectors/lovers. Well maintained with huge collection of post independence era. Though the collection hasn’t been updated after 2014. Entry is free.
National Philatelic Museum is a real gem for museum lovers. It has a great collection from 1947 to 2014 year wise as well as tiny corner for International stamps. It takes at least 2 hrs to see. After 2014,nothing is displayed over there. That made...More
Summer holidays are on and the children cannot be separate from screens. This museum offers a good change.
Very accessible - only a few steps away from the Patel Chowk metro station.
Entry is free; Photography is not allowed.
There are many stamps, but very...More
It is a postal museum on the ground floor of the central post office or Dak Bhavan on Sansad Marg near Connaught Place of New Delhi. It displays stamps of pre/ post independence era, plus stamps from different countries in different sections. They organize Philatelic...More
I attended the museum today and was disappointed to find out that it only covers post independence stamps. If you love some older stamps like those of Indian princely states or early British India ones, do not waste your time here - these philatelic gems...More
National Philatelic Museum is one of the Delhi's landmarks.Vast collection dating back to 1947 and has the collections from India's culture,art,history,personalities,icons,institutions,freedom fighters, medicine and sports.I am sure you will like it.
Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi, is one of the largest commercial, financial and business centers in the Capital. The sprawling horseshoe-shaped circular heritage market is a white dot in the green city, filled with shops, art & handloom emporiums,
fashion boutiques, an underground market, cinemas, a range of vintage and new restaurants & bars lined along the inner and Outer Circle. In the midst of all the hustle, CP is great for chilled out evening strolls and people watching, introducing the beauty and rhythm of the city. The ambience gets more colorful as you stroll along Janpath and the Central Cottage Industries Emporium, considered among Delhi’s best shopping areas.