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Delhi Travel Guide

Delhi Travel Guide

Delhi is the capital of India, and it's political and business centre too. Delhi lies to the northern of India, the third largest city in the country; it is also a fastest growing metro in India. In five decades the population has multiplied nine times. Now, it comprises of over 37 million inhabitants who working and living in Delhi. With a wide area of 1483 square kilometers, Delhi is a large and vast city.

Delhi city is divided into two parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi, where you can see and feel the old and the new, with its modern skyscrapers, commercial complexes and ostentatious embassies mixed with old historical monuments. In Old Delhi you will be able to find Jama Masjid, Chandani Chowk, and Red fort while in New Delhi you will find the government areas around Rajpath, Connaught Place, Greater Kailash, Defence Colony, and Vasant Vihar. All zones in Delhi are well connected and well maintained. However some areas in Old Delhi, that you couldn't like due to chaotic and narrow roads but that is interesting and perfect combination of Old and New in Delhi. All areas have good schools, colleges, restaurants and provide adequate health services.

This is a city with a long history, rich in culture, religion, architecture, decorated with ancient and modern architectural marvels, and multicultural human diversity. Delhi is a unique combination of colors, textures and images of the Earth diversity that chains the entire subcontinent in a nation called India. Here are even the supports of time, in old monuments but they fly when you go from shopping. Cloaked behind the stores, the havelis (ancient houses) seems to fight with ghosts of the present, looking desperately for a return flight to the past. New Delhi is a paradigm of the chaotic appearance of Old Delhi in contrast to the progressive New Delhi. New Delhi is an attractive embodiment of British charm that reflects architectonic greatness of Victorian style with a fresh atmosphere. This imperial region of Delhi luxuriously anticipated is a fusion of the colossal visualization of the 19th century fused with the 20th century architecture and style.

New Delhi was built as the administrative part of the city during the British Raj. New Delhi was declared capital of India after India obtained its independence of the British dominion in 1947. Since Delhi was converted in the base and support of India, New Delhi lodges important offices of the federal government, like the parliament of India. Delhi grew up until today getting to be cosmopolitan city due to immigration of the people who arrived from all country.

Being Delhi a political seat and centre of the commerce, it attracts many workers of manual labor, industrialists and investors of all parts of the country and the world. These migrant groups and ethnic cultures are represented in Delhi, becoming Delhi in a cosmopolitan city. A diplomatic centre, with more of 160 embassies that represent the different countries, Delhi also has much population outside the city and from country.

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