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City of contrast one of the oldest cities in the world and now one of the most progressive, it combines a unique between the ancient and the modern side by side.
The traditional city and present day capital of India. It is the third largest city of the world and also the second largest metropolis after Mumbai with a population of over 13 million.
After Independence on 15th August 1947, Delhi was officially declared as the Capital of republic. The 69th constitutional amendment is a milestone in Delhi's history. In 1991, Delhi was declared as the National Capital Territory comprises of 9 districts, 158 villages and 62 towns.
Delhi is also one of the oldest continually inhabited cities of India.
A truly cosmopolitan city it has brought within its fold people of all ethnic groups and their traditions and culture, reflected in a variety of arts, crafts, cuisines, festivals and lifestyles.
Each year Delhi draw a huge number of tourists. The sites of interest are categorized in three areas.
First, the British build New Delhi with all its government buildings.
Second, all the historical monuments which have been left by the dynasties, who ruled Delhi.
At third place, there are some great religious places. Some of the worth visiting places are - India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun's tomb, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantra, Laxmi Narayan Mandir, Birla Mandir, Lotus Temple etc.