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Aashi Holidays Delhi taxi service

Aashi Holidays Was Established in 2010, started car rental firm operating from New Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, and Udaipur. In Delhi, we offer our car rental service for:

Aashi Holidays have provided affordable and dispatch taxi services in Delhi for local and foreign tourists. Get best offers and deals for tourism in Delhi. Our Delhi tourism services with our 6 well-planned tour packages for Delhi, along with New Delhi and Delhi NCR tourist sites.

We provide best car hire services like easy to communicate, experienced and understanding driver and day wise services, per Kilometer car rentals services in Delhi. Tourist can visit Delhi sightseeing with Aashi Holidays services also you can get 5 seaters to 16 seaters cars, taxi, and tempo traveler vehicles. 

  • Pick & drop for Delhi Airport.
  • Delhi local city tour.
  • Outstation tour from Delhi
  • And our exclusive Rajasthan tour by car.

Along with our taxi service, we also offer Tourist Bus and Tempo traveler for groups.

Our taxi fare is Rs 2000 for 8 hours. (Sedan car). Rs 2500 for 8 hours. (Innova). Rs 1000 for Airport pick or drop.

Car Rental Services in Delhi: Old & New Delhi sightseeing tour, places in our car rental packages like as Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s Tomb, Akshardham Temple, Chattarpur Temple, Iskon Temple, Lotus (Bahai) Temple, Purana Quila, Haus Khas Fort, Agrasen Ki Baholi and Dilli Haat.

Lodhi Garden - This beautiful garden, named after Lady Willing don Park, was built in the year 1930. This is the 15th and 16th-century buildings, which showcase a panoramic view of themselves, surrounded by beautiful grounds, flowers, shady trees, and small ponds. The people of solitude and fitness are very happy here morning and evening.

The Old Fort - This is a great specimen in the compositions of the Mughal military conservation. It was constructed by the Pandavas in the Mahabharata period, whose Mughal Emperor Humayun was rediscovered, and later, changes were made by Sher Shah Suri. It is a unique building standing firmly, which differs from later Mughal buildings, which are not known for its beautiful decoration but are known for its strength. How the ego of the broken Pandavas? Read this story here.

Humayun's Tomb: This is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was manufactured by Humaunu's biggest wife, Bega Begum. This is the first such a tomb in India, which is built as a garden. The tomb is located in the middle of the garden. Later many rulers of the Mughal Sultanate were buried near this tomb.

Chandni Chowk - One of the main markets of Delhi - Chandni Chowk, which was built by the makers of Taj Mahal and Mughal Emperor Shah where Read the history of Taj Mahal here. The purpose behind this was to make it that his daughter can buy everything she needs and choice from this market. Chandni Chowk is Asia's largest wholesale market. Along with this, it is also one of the oldest and busiest markets in Central Delhi.

Qutub Minar - Qutub Minar, built in Qutab Complex in Mehrauli, South Delhi, which was built by Qutb-ud-Din Aibak, who had occupied Delhi in the year 1206. This Minar is made of red stones with a height of 72.5 meters. Qutb-ud-Din Aibak wanted to make it a 'Victory Tower' due to the Muslim rule over Delhi. But only the first garment of this building was made by him, the other was made by his successor 'Iltutmish' and later the other two Marble brothers of 'Marble' in 1368 by 'Ferozshah Tughlaq'. Apart from this, the significance of Qutub Minar is also because it tells the history of Indian culture. This is a great building reflecting Indian-Islamic art and is an excellent example of this art of construction.

Akshardham Temple - This is one of the largest temples in the world and spreads in the area of approximately 100 acres. It was recently produced in 2005. In the temple premises, arrangements have been made with the high-tech exhibition [Exhibition], an IMAX theater, musical fountain, and food court.

Lakshmi Narayan Temple - This temple was built in the worship of Mata Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu from 1933-1939. It was done by Birla and it was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi [Inauguration]. Read the essay on Mahatma Gandhi here. It is spread over about 7.5 acres, beautiful garden here, and so on. Here there are many crowds of pilgrims during Holi and Janmashtami. Read Krishna Janamashtami worship method here.

Iskcon Temple: Located in the southern region of Delhi, this temple of Radha Krishna is very beautiful, which was completed by international architect Achyut Kanvinde between 1991 - 1998, where red stones were used. Here is a show, in which the meaning of Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta is explained. Read the precious words of Shri Bhagwat Geeta here. The second point of attraction of this temple is the beautiful paintings of Lord Shri Krishna, which are made by their foreign devotees. Apart from this, those who are willing to understand Vedic Puranas, Bhakti Yoga has been arranged for them, as well as there is a provision of pure vegetarian food in the 'Govinddas' restaurant here. So far, buses and trains can be reached easily.

Jama Masjid: - Masjid-e-Jah-Numah is commonly known as Jama Masjid. It is one of the main mosques of old Delhi. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1656. This is included in the largest and best mosques of India. In it, about 25,000 people can pray together at once.

Lotus Temple - Lotus Temple is a sample of very beautiful artifacts. It is located in the southern part of Delhi and looks like a white lotus flower

National Museum - This is one of the largest museums in India. Here various types of ancient heritage have been collected for viewing. Its maintenance are borne by the cultural ministry. It is located near Janpath and Maulana Azad Road.

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