Delhi – Capital Of India

Delhi, the capital of the great democracy of India. In the last six decades since new Delhi was created , the city has seen and undergone various changes. The union territory is filled with people of various cultures and give Delhi its colorful look . As the popular saying goes that no one belongs to Delhi but Delhi to belong to every body.

The facility and opportunities that Delhi has to offer have attracted Indians from far and wide corners of India, making it a melting pot of sorts. On the other hand , the presence of diplomatic and trade missions, the growing no of multinational companies and foreign investors , and the influx of tourists and visiting professionals have given the city , especially its southen and central parts, a cosmopolitan air . The city is boasts of being one of the greener capitals and also with the new shopping plazas opening at an unbelievable pace the city can well turn itself into the shopping capital of the world.

Location : Delhi is located in the northern planes of India.

Area: 1483 Km.Sq. (573 Sq.mi)

Elevation : 239 m (784 Ft)

Langauge (s) : Hindi , Punjabi , Urdu

Literacy: 81.82%

Established : 1 Nov 1958

Rainfall : 50.0 cms ( June to September )

Climate : Summer – 21 Deg.C. To 45 Deg.C. Winter – 6 Deg.C.- 33 Deg.C

Best time to Visit: September To March

How To Reach Delhi :

By Air:

Delhi being the capital of India , is the main gateway city for Northern India with a modern Airport. All major international Air carriers operate direct services to Delhi Airport from various Centers in the world.

By Road:

Delhi is linked by bus services ,air-conditioned , deluxe and ordinary , to all major destination in north India. Delhi transport Corporation and Road Transport Corporation of Neighboring states provide Frequent bus service.
By Rail:

Delhi is the hub of Indian railway network with Express trains to all parts of the country . Delhi is well connected to almost every part of India.

Tourist Attraction:

1) Akshardham Temple
2) Bahai Lotus Temple
3) Dilli Haat
4) Ferozeshah Kotla
5) Humayun’s Tomb
6) India Gate
7) Jama Masjid
8) Jantar Mantar
9) Lakshmi Narayan Temple
10) National Science Centre
11) Neheru Planetarium
12) Parliament House
13) Purana Quila
14) Qutab Minar
15) Rajghat
16) Rashtrapati Bhawan
17) Red Fort
18) Safdarjang’s Tomb
19) Shanti Van
20) Tughlaqabad
21) Vijay Ghat
22) VIr Bhumi
23) Several Museums
24) Art Gallaries

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