Religion is power that binds individuals in a string unbreakable. Even though this power has been the cause of enmity between people of different faiths, Delhi
continues to nurture its true essence, and that can be seen in the religious diversity of this city. A visit to the countless religious places is not only a trip of enlightenment but also a joyous experience. And these holy places don’t belong to just any one cast or creed. Every religion has its own distinct place of worship. There are Temples, Gurudwaras, Mosques and even Churches. One can seek spiritualism by a mere visit.
History can be seen everywhere through walking tours in Old Delhi or by catching the Delhi Parikrama Rail Sewa which winds its way past some historic monuments. And just like the history and the monuments, the museums of Delhi will fascinate anyone who is curious to know what Delhi is all about.
The National Museum exhibiting five millennia of Indian history or museums dedicated to famous personalities will keep you gazing at their fine artifacts and personal possessions. Apart from museums like Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and the Sanskrit Museum that keep the kids whining there are other interesting ones which you can include in the itinerary before the family heads out for a day of sight-seeing. Take the kids to the Crafts Museum, where they can make pottery alongside the artisans, while you fascinate yourself with the exquisite pieces of Indian craftsmen. Or lure them with the toy train ride at the National Rail Museum, as you take a trip through time and explore other retired trains.