The Golden Haveli is a testament to the rich history and culture of Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. With its restored facade and traditional architecture, it stands as a reminder of the city’s past and the importance of preserving it for future generations. Originally designed in 1906 A.D. as a residential cum commercial building, the haveli has stood the tests of time for over a century. However, the recent restoration project has brought it back to its former glory, with careful attention paid to preserving its unique features and architectural elements. The Golden Haveli, which once hosted Mahatama Gandhi as its guest 80 years back, had been deteriorating over the past years and required intervention. With the help of Shri Vijay Goel, efforts were made to restore the site from an uninhabitable structure to a heritage hotel that gives a glimpse of Delhi’s years old culture and traditions to its visitors.