Welcome to Delhi

Delhi (Hindi: दिल्ली, Urdu: د لی, Punjabi: ਦਿੱਲੀ), the capital city of India, is one of the most ancient cities in the world which has harboured innumerable cultures and witnessed continuous human life for at least 5,000 years. But as a metropolitan city, Delhi is relatively a new kid on the block having risen to prominence only after becoming the capital of India.

Delhi is well known for its amazing food, culture, history and diversity. You will be able to do a lot of sightseeing in this city. There are numerous places in Delhi that you will love to visit as soon as you land there. From India Gate to Qutub Minar, these monuments are a treat to watch.

On this website, you will get a glimpse of the historical monuments, shopping places, essential services and other attractions in Delhi NCR.

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Places to visit in Delhi

Delhi has a rich heritage and culture that’s reflected in its monuments, museums, landmarks, and religious places. Delhi tourism offers many things to see and do including restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, parks, markets, shops etc. There are various monuments that will take you back in time. There are also many museums for history lovers which you can visit to learn more about this vibrant city’s past.


Red Fort


Alai Darwaza


Qutub Minar


India Gate


Raj Ghat

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10 Interesting Facts About Delhi

1. The Iconic Red Fort was Originally White

The Red Fort, one of Delhi’s historic landmarks, wasn’t always red. It was originally constructed with white limestone, which was painted red by British officials when the color started to chip away.

2. Largest Spice Market of Asia

Tucked near the Red Fort is Asia’s largest spice market, Khari Baoli. This bustling marketplace, established in the 17th century, continues to be a spice paradise to this day.

3. Biggest Wholesale market for Fruit and Veggies

Delhi is home to Asia’s largest wholesale market for fruits and vegetables, the Azadpur Mandi. Here, you can find everything from local to exotic fruits and even organic choices.

4. The Most Expensive Office Space in India

Thinking of setting up an office in Delhi? Connaught Place may have you reconsider. It’s not only the most expensive office space in India but ranks 9th globally.

5. Greenest City of India

Despite pollution issues, Delhi prides itself on being a green city. Its entire public transport operates on CNG, and it owns the world’s largest fleet of CNG buses.

6. The City of Fourteen Gates

Once a walled city with fourteen gates, Delhi now has five surviving gates. These remnants of history continue to be important landmarks today.

7. Large Metro Network

Delhi Metro is the world’s 12th largest metro network, offering affordable rides, good connectivity, and frequent service to 2.4 million daily commuters.

8. British Influence on New Delhi

The modern-day design of New Delhi is credited to British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker, which led to the city’s unofficial name, Lutyens Delhi.

9. Capital Status Since 1931

Delhi became India’s capital only in 1931, replacing Kolkata. Before the British rule, it had served as the capital for various kingdoms.

10. Traces in the Mahabharata

Delhi’s history extends to the times of the Mahabharata when it was known as Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas. Some colleges and a metro station in Delhi still carry this name.