Blend of tradition and modesty, wisdom and knowledge, Delhi is the combination of old and modern times.
One part is Old Delhi, which peacefully reflects the glory and prosperity of the Old India loaded with many historical benchmarks and cultures blend of the early days. And on the other part, New Delhi is ready to show off and walk confidently with the rhythm of the time.
Read some of the interesting facts about the “Dilli” “dilwaalo ki” (city having warm hearted citizens).
● The largest city in India in terms of area is also the capital of the nation. Also in terms of population, it has got the second rank.
● Home of executive, legislative, and judiciary branches of the Government of India.
● For any strike or a national movement demanding for a change, Delhi is the first place to unite and speak out.
● It is hot in summer and even cold in winters.
● Monsoon always comes with open arms and humidity can take your breath over.
● Delhi Metro is clean, efficient, and having a separate cabins for women (that is very useful during rush hour).
● Qutub Minar which is the world's tallest free-standing brick minaret is in Delhi.
● Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb are all under the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Site.
● JNU, DU, JMI, IGNOU, IIT and NLU are some famous universities so the city is the 1st priority for education.
● Much of Delhi is quite pedestrian-hostile.
● Delhi covered in greenery, has the third largest tree cover among the cities of India.
● Main language spoken in Delhi is Hindi. However, most educated people will also be fluent in English.
● International Mango Festival in summer and India International Trade Fair (IITF) in winter are worth to attend.
● Well connected by train, air and road from almost every city of India.
● Variety of employment opportunities, a number of people from all over India have already migrated for the same.