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Introduction to new delhi

  1. 1.  Being capital of India, New Delhi also serves as center of National Capital Territory of Delhi. New Delhi is known as the microcosm of India. And, is leading world’s top global cities with strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transport all contributing to its prominence. The city celebrated 100 years as Capital on 12 December 2011 and city also hosted 2010 Commonwealth Games. Much of New Delhi, planned by the leading 20th century British architects, was laid out to be the central administrative area of the city as a testament to Britains imperial pretensions. New Delhi is structured around two central promenades called Rajpath and Janpath At the heart of the city is the magnificent Rashtrapati Bhavan formerly known as Viceroys House.
  2. 2.  Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s tomb attracts millions of tourist every year. Akshardham(Largest Temple in the world), Lotus Temple and Jama Masjid are major worshipping place in Delhi. Raj Ghat, Rajpath and Ratrapati Bhavan makes Delhi one of the most historic capitals in the world. Experience the Imperial world of India with stay in best hotels in New Delhi.
  3. 3.  Red Fort – The magnificent Red Fort served as the capital of the Mughals until 1857, when Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled by British.
  4. 4.  Rashtrapati Bhavan – Official home for President of India is the huge Mansion which consists of 340 rooms covering 320 acres. The Rashtrapati Bhavan gardens are open to public in February every year.
  5. 5.  With high variation between summer and winter, in terms of both temperatures and rainfall the temperature varies from 46 °C in summers to around 0 °C in winters. Winters in Delhi attracts many tourists who love extreme cold weather. Winter starts in November and peaks in January
  6. 6.  Mention to New Delhi is always incomplete without Chandni Chowk. Chandni Chowk keeps alive the citys living legacy of Shahjahanabad. Chandni Chowk remains Asias largest wholesale market. Crafts once patronized by the Mughals continue to flourish there.
  7. 7.  Indian food, delicacies and sweets of more than thousand kinds are served in New Delhi. A particular local delicacy are the jalebis which are fried in pure ghee. Other delicacies include Babri falooda, Fruit Chaat, Rasmalia and Parathe. New Delhi is must visit place for all foodies
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