This one is for the lovers of performing arts. The theatre, right across the Bodhgeshwar temple, is the place where local plays known as tiatra in Konkani is staged quiet often. Moreover, Marathi dramas and performances by theatrical and musical group from the rest of the country are also held here.
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A beautiful verdant land with a Tribal Cultural Museum, a Cactii garden and a Deer Park.
Surrounded by lush green hills of the Western Ghats, Khanvel is the nature's paradise with beautiful Sakartod river murmuring through the valley. Some bizarre cottages built in the Vanvihar Tourist Complex flaunt the traditional local architecture making a heaven to stay. The excellent deer park and the greenhouse inside the tourist complex add more to the charm of the place.
Dudhni lies 20 kms from Silvassa. It is a large waterfront on the Damanganga River. Dudhni offers various activities including water sports, trekking, and the ability to observe tribals.
In terms of water sports, one can even enjoy water sports here like canoeing, speed boats and kayaking.
There are also numerous possible treks or walks through the winding roads through the Ghats and dense forests leading towards Dudhni, where you may come across isolated groups of thatched tribal houses.
Trekkers are permitted to pitch their tents near the banks of the river and follow the nature trails made by officials that lead in to the heart of the forest.
South Extension Market is considered as one of the most popular markets in New Delhi. Located on the Ring Road in vicinity of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the market is divided into two sections, South Extension I and South Extension II.
The market is considered as the shopper’s paradise, which caters to the need of residents as well as tourists. There are a number of shops ranging from international brands to local street side vendors. Designer clothes, shoes, jewellery and handbags are among the popular buys of the market.
Greater Kailash Market is situated in the South Delhi and is considered to be the most expensive market in New Delhi. It was built in 1950 by DLF builders and has various designer showrooms. This market is popularly known as GK Market and is further divided into 2 parts, GK I and GK II.
Dilli Haat and Craft Bazaar ... experience the traditional weekly village market, complete with crafts, food and cultural activities.
Dilli Haat, situated in the center of Delhi, is a kind of a weekly market, organized on a much grander scale. It is a permanent haat that offers an amalgamation of handicrafts, food and cultural activities. Dilli haat of Delhi, India is spread over an area of approximately 6 acres and has a typical traditional Indian village look to boast of. It is proud of its look that consists of a plaza paved with stone and brickwork and sprinkled with grass, flowering shrubs, eucalyptus trees, etc.
Chatta Chowk was known as Bazaar-i-Musaqqaf during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. It is a covered market that was built by Mukarmat Khan around 300 years ago. The site was the place of luxury trade of the royals for products like carpets, quilts, shahtus, pashmina shawls, takia-namads, brocaded costumes and velvet pardahs. At present, the place is known as Meena Bazaar and has around 40 shops, which sell artificial jewellery and antiques, bags, hand painted wall hangings and many more.