New Delhi is the capital of India. It is built in the banks of a river, and now stands strong and tall. It is a beautiful mix of rich historical heritage and vibrant present.
In 1912, the capital shifted from Calcutta to Delhi.
Just ignore the traffic and air pollution in Delhi and you will see an incredible place that puts it in one of the most exciting places in the world. It is also one of the few links in the market of the world.
It is home to millions of retail vendors. It is also a city that houses hundreds of bird species.
Delhi is also home to a handful of gates that serves as the entrance and exit to important neighboring places.
The entire public transport in the city runs on CNG to alleviate the worsening air pollution problem.
The 2010 Commonwealth games in Delhi was reported to be one of the largest and most expensive Commonwealth games in the world.
Here’s one surprising fact about Delhi, they have a toilet museum. That’s right, it’s not enough that the slums are basically a feces wonderland, in the heart of the city is a museum on toilets.