Delhi, Soul of India

Common Name:
-
Other Name:
New Delhi, Gurgaon
District:
Not Available
State:
Delhi
Country:
India
Languages Spoken:
Hindi, English, Punjabi, Urdu
Best Time To Visit:
October To February
Long Distance Code:
+91-11
Importance:
Political Capital of India.
International Access:
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Area:
1483
Location:
Situated in the Northern part of India, Delhi becomes a central point for the tourists either travelling to any of the North Indian states, from Jammu and Kashmir to Rajasthan and from Uttar Pradesh to Madhya Pradesh.
Climate:
The summer season lasts from mid-March to the end of June, with average maximum and minimum temperatures of 36o C and 25o C. The monsoon season, following the hot summer, continues until the end of September, with an average rainfall of about 26 inches. The winter season extends from late November to mid-February. The coldest month is January, when both the mean maximum temperature and the mean minimum temperature are at their lowest--21o C and 7o C, respectively.
Description:
Delhi... The capital of the vast, mystic subcontinent that is India. A fine blend of old and new, ancient and modern in every stream of life is found in Delhi. History of Delhi goes back to the days of Mahabharata, when it was known as the Indraprastha. It is surprising, indeed, that since that era this city has remained the capital of the country. Delhi always ruled. Situated near the Aravali range and on the banks of the great river Yamuna, this city was the most suitable for the rulers, Tughlaq, Mughals or the British as well.Magnificent forts and edifices of the Mughal and the pre-Mughal era and the huge architectures of the Raj era have become the pride of Delhi. These structures stand in silence watching the growing hustle and bustle of the city. It has always been the seat of power and today it is fast emerging as an important center for corporate power too. The cosmopolitan nature of the city has only added to the beauty and glory of it. Big gardens, wide roads, ancient structures, and power of politics is what Delhi is all about.

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