Mohd Sarim,Shaista Fatima/New Delhi
The revamped Chandni Chowk was inaugrated by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on 12th September.
Awaz the Voice took a tour of the place. Here's a sneak peak to the very own refurbished Chandni Chowk.
The gate just opposite to the Red Fort remains closed for vehicular entry from 9am to 9pm. A heavy fine of Rs 20,000 is levied for breaking the norms.
The traffic police guards the track meticulously, "The moving traffic is much more organized now, it is much more spacious, but yes we need support from the public in following the rules and regulation..", one of the inspector was quoted saying.
The lamp post are situated on either end of the lanes, with proper pavements and drainage system in line, the refurbished Chandni Chowk is a delight to vist.
The new Chandni Chowk is loaded with greenery.
The Gurudwara and its first floor parking makes commuting easy for shopoholics.
The Central Baptist Church looks out for its seekers.
The electric market is much more arranged and systematic
Dariba Kalan stands tall with its wires and cemented lanes.
Fatehpuri masjid, heritage of Delhi, older than time stands strong, with Chaina Ram and Jain Sweet Bhandar accompanying it in full throttle.
This was a sneak peak from our end, hope it made you nostalgic enough to visit the place.