Situated in the lap of Yamuna River, Delhi is home to people from multi-ethnic and multi-cultural sections of the country. Delhi acts as a bridge between two different worlds. Old Delhi which was once the capital of Mughal dynasties is now left with ruined havelis and mosques. The British Raj created the new imperial city of New Delhi that comprises spacious, avenues lined up with trees and impressive government buildings.
The City of Delhi was destroyed and built several times and it’s right to say that the city is like phoenix that has risen from its ashes several times. Several empires and the rulers have time and again regarded Delhi as the seat for power.
Delhi has also been the abode of some famous literary figures. Mirza Ghalib, Amir Khusro and Chand Bardai are some of the important figures of the region. Fascinating monuments, museums and art galleries, architectural marvels, exquisites’ cuisines and lively markets are some of things that lures tourist from all around the world.
Delhi is also the political hub of the country and the roots of political influence are not just as if now but its importance dates back to the time period of Mahabharata when the pandvas had their capital at Indraprastha.
Red Fort is regarded as the symbol of architectural excellence and grandeur of the Mughal court. Red Fort was built by ......... more »
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Republic Day, Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti are some of the events that are considered as of great national significance. Several religious festivals like Deepawali, Holi, Eid, Guru Purab, Buddha Purnima or Christmas are celebrated with great joy and fervor. Qutub Festival is one of the cultural events during which musician and dancers from all across the country used to give their performance at nighttime before the historical monument of Qutub Minar. Auto Expo, World Book fair are some of the exhibitions that are also considered as the prime attraction of the region.
Delhi is regarded as the haven for the historian and architectural lovers .The city has different range of hotels from luxurious hotels to budgeted hotels. Being the administrative center of the country, hotels in Delhi provides several set of services that includes air conditioned rooms, swimming pools, cafeterias, cyber cafes, Gym and others. Tourist from all around the world used to visit the city in large numbers and so the city has coped up with the need of the people and provided the same to them. Hotels are generally full throughout the year but accommodations are really affordable and reasonable and as per the pocket reach of the every class people.
|Jaipur to New Delhi||271 KM||4 hrs.|
|Agra to New Delhi||215 KM||2 hrs.|
|Gurgaon to New Delhi||35 KM||46 mins.|
|Dehradun to New Delhi||244 KM||4 hrs.|
|Haridwar to New Delhi||208 KM||3 hrs.|