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This cultural and historical epicenter of India is a living proof of Great Indian struggles. The instances of historical and heroic journey of Indian civilization from past to present can be find all over Delhi. The city has undergone a sea change since its birth. Delhi will welcome you with a strange mix of the traditional and modern Indian lifestyle. Here you will be amazed to see how historical wonders rub shoulders with new age miracles. At nearly every nook and corner of this growing Capital, you will have a sight of its memorable and glorious past.
Besides being the main gateway of Indian entry, this educational, political and administrative hub of India offer wide range wonders in store for you. Travel to Delhi with us and you will find in a place in which you will be completely lost yourself. With imperial landmarks, warm people, colorful bazaars, holly shrines etc. Delhi will give you a nice treat. Right from the arrival of your flight in Delhi, you will fall in love with this metropolitan city with a cosmopolitan outlook. Be a part of this rich cultural heritage.
¤ Location - North India
¤ Go there for - Mughal Architecture
¤ When to go - Oct-Mar
¤ Local tongue - Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English
¤ Literacy Rate - 81.67%
¤ STD Code - 011
Climate/Best Time to Visit
Being a north Indian city, Delhi is hot and humid in the summers. The temperature keeps changing between 25 ºC to 46 ºC in summer. It dips down below 10 º C in winter and fluctuates between 2 to 5 º C during the season. Summer season starts in April and lasts till June. It starts raining here after sumer season and lasts till September. Winters, between October to March are the most soothing and can be recommended as the best time to visit the city.
Places to Visit
» Qutub Minar
Qutab-ud-din Aibak, a king of Delhi Sultanate built this 73 m-high tower in 1193. This five storied tower is intricately carved from outside and a 7-m high iron pillar, perhaps dating back to Gupta period, is another attraction of this place.
» India Gate
This arc-de-triomphe' mast head of Delhi commemorates 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for British during world War I. This 42 m high structure becomes the backstage of any significant event held in the capital to give it a wider voice.
» Red Fort
This majestic fort built in red sandstone was build in 1638. It still carries the aura of power and grandeur with itself.
» Akshardham Temple
This temple has emerged as one of the top tourist attractions of this city. Religious and spiritual massages have been conveyed with the use of modern gadgets including robotics.
» Rashtrapati Bhawan
This is the official residence of the President of the country. It has 340 rooms and an area of about 330 acres. It also houses a Mughal Gardens within the complex which is a treat for the eyes
» Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid is considered as the focal point of Old Delhi. This age old religious shrine was built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan. Tradition and modernity meet at heights here.
» Raj Ghat
This is the resting place of the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. This place is situated on the bank of the Yamuna. You also can see here two museum dedicated on his life.
» Lotus Temple
This place is situated in South Delhi. It is shaped like a lotus. Built by the Bahai community, its eye catching structure allures tourist from every corner of the globe.
International airport in this capital city links Delhi with almost all the major cities of the world. Domestic airlines regularly operate between Delhi and other major airports of the country. You can also reach Delhi by train as it also is an important railway junction in northern India. Luxury and ordinary buses are also available, if you prefer road travel.
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