The capital city of India, Delhi is the Gateway to tourism in India. The city itself is notable for its historical and contemporary importance housing several age old monuments and present day beautiful structures. The diverse cuisine and culture, heritage, art and crafts draw several tourists to Delhi, both from India and abroad.
State- Union Capital Territory of India
Best time to Visit Delhi -October to Feb End
Languages spoken- English, Urdu, Punjabi & Hindi
Seasons- Summer (Mid-March-July), Winter (Late November-February End), Monsoon (June-September)
Religions- Hindu, Muslim, Sikh & Christians
Temperature- Summer (32.4°C to 40.1°C) & Winter (4.3°C to 18.7 °C)
Climate- Humid Subtropical
Places to visit
Red Fort- The imposing Red Fort was commissioned by Mughal ruler Shahjahan and the fort took nine years to reach its full glory. The fort is so named due to the sandstone used in its construction and hints about the extravagant lifestyle of the Mughal dynasty.
Qutub Minar- Built by Qutbbudin Aibak in 1193, the Qutub Minar is a towering minaret with five storeys. The Qutub complex houses several other small monuments and an Iron Pillar.
Lotus Temple- A magnificent temple constructed in the shape of a Lotus is the Bahai House of worship or Lotus temple. It is the mother temple of people of Bahai religion in Indian subcontinent and is popular tourist attraction as well due to its stupendous structure.