Delhi is the capital of India and one of the major cities in the world. It is a highly populated city which can range from being an archaic city to a modern city. The city has a very rich heritage. There are structures from the Mughal era to British era and there are modern roads and buildings surrounding those. The city has spread at a great pace over the last 50 years and now along with its surrounding cities makes up the world’s second largest urban area. It is a city of contrast, from the most modern to most archaic structures, from very poor to very rich people, and people coming from all parts of the country to give it a very unique culture. The Yogmaya Temple is claimed to be from the era of Mahabharata, the iron pillar of Delhi was built in the time of the Gupta Empire, Qutub Minar from the Mamluk dynasty, the Red Fort and Humayun’s tomb by the Mughals and the India Gate by British.
The city has been always been central to most rulers throughout its history and thus has a very rich heritage.
- Every weather exists in Delhi
The weather in the city is very hot during the summers and cold during the winters. The region receives average to low rainfall and has a dry and arid land.
- Known for top industries
Being the capital, it is both financially and politically the epicenter of India’s fortunes. The region has a large number of industries including manufacturing, services, retail, etc.
- Easy transport connectivity
The city is connected through a network of roads, trains, and metro.
- Spots to visit
The city is a popular tourist destination. India Gate is a war memorial structure built by the British is a very popular tourist destination. The Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb are visited by a lot of people every year. The Jama Masjid, the Qutub Minar, the Mehrauli monument are some of the most visited sites. The Akshardham temple is a modern monument which has gained a lot of popularity.
Street Food and market area redouble the joy: The markets of Delhi and street food are always a major attraction.