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Delhi is India's capital. The city of Delhi comprises of two components; the historic city, Old Delhi in the north and New Delhi in the south. It is believed that the city was the site of Indraprastha which was the legendary capital of the Pandavas in the Indian epic “Mahabharata”. As per the Mahabharata, the piece of land was a huge forest initially called “Khandavaprastha” which was burned to build the capital city of Indraprastha.
In present times, Delhi has huge historical significance as an important transport, commercial and cultural hub of India. Delhi has seen one of the largest urban agglomerations and is among the topmost populous cities in India. It is also called by the names of Dehli, Dilli, Dhilli and many others.
The people of Delhi are commonly referred to as the “Delhiites "or “Dilliwalas”. The city has experienced a rapid growth in the population with many people migrating to Delhi from various parts of the country. Hindus are a majority there followed by Muslims, Sikhs, Jains and others. Delhiites are very welcoming and friendly people. They believe in the moto of “Unity in Diversity” and are very much open to new ideas and culture at the same time respect their own traditions. Hindi is the official language of Delhi. You get to hear several other languages like English, Urdu, Punjabi and others as well.
Delhi is the second most productive metro in India and is also the second wealthiest city of India. So, cost of living is comparatively high in Delhi than other small Indian cities. Obviously, the neighborhoods are also quite costly. But, if you have to choose the best places to live in Delhi, then it is advisable to go for places like Vasant Kunj, Dwaraka, Mayur Vihar, Udyog Vihar, Hauz Khas, Saket, Nehru Palace, Graeter Kailash, Sector 21, Sector 45 and Sector 62.
The capital city has a lot to offer to the tourists. There is no shortage of tourist destinations there. But, the most iconic tourist places that no tourist can miss out definitely includes Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Humayun's Tomb, Lodhi gardens, Qutub Minar, India Gate, and Bahai (Lotus) Temple.
Delhi people love to eat and you are going to find a huge variety of dishes there. But, my top 10 pick would definite include the Paranthas, Chat, Butter Chicken, Kebabs, Chole bhature, Biriyani, Nihari, Rolls, Momos, and Dessets. You must try all of these when you visit Delhi and judge the taste of all these dishes by yourself.
As far as the climate of Delhi is concerned, it is an overlap between monsoon influenced humid subtropical and semi arid with lot of variation in the temperature and precipitation in the summer and the winter months. Since the summers are too hot and winters too cold, it is best to visit Delhi in October and November or February and March. The climates during these months are quite pleasant, so you will be able to enjoy Delhi even more.
Trust me; you will love the capital in all its forms. The only problem with Delhi is that it has become highly polluted and so, it is best you try to protect yourself when you are going out.