11846-delhi.pngThere are many “cities” within the city of Delhi though it apparently constitutes with two major segments—Old Delhi and New Delhi. People from outside often wonder about the diversity of a single city, with so much of opulent extravagance, complete mayhem of medieval nature, and crowded polluted atmosphere.

Delhi was not always the capital of India but it has a prominent place in Indian history throughout. This is probably one of the places where many cultures, races, and religions have uniquely converged and still existing peacefully. If you walk down the road in Old Delhi, you will find religious places of three different major religions are lined within a stretch of few meters—only a few doorsteps away from each other. Old Delhi was the crown jewel of Islamic India whereas New Delhi was built by the British in amore spacious, gracious manner. Delhi is the silent witness of many changes. So there’s no wonder that the city is punctuated with ruins and monuments—like a subcontinental Rome—with structures like Qutub Minar, with sublime presence of Humayun’s Tomb, and with stout presence of Red Fort.

These are the broken threads of history which will take you to wander around the old days of Mughals, Afghans, Shahs, and many others.

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