India amazes travelers not only with its traditions and beautiful rituals, but also with the abyss that has formed between the rich and the poor, the inhabitants of cities and villages. Even in the capital of the country, next to a collectible car and an expensive hotel, you can see a beggar sleeping, for example, on a cardboard box.
The capital of India - a metropolis called Delhi - is located on the Indian coast of the Yamuna River, on the right tributary of the Ganges. The name of this metropolis can be translated as "border" or "threshold".
On the "threshold"
Delhi stretches for many kilometers, more than half of them occupy city districts, the rest, oddly enough, are rural houses. This famous city is home to many nationalities. It is known for its huge population, which speaks different languages, profess different religions.
Delhi is considered a fairly developed city, it is considered the concentration of the main part of the automotive industry, a center for the development of science, communication technologies, innovations, and natural science. At the same time, there is not even a hint of urbanization, the nature near the city is striking in its beauty and diversity, the soil is excellent for cultivating land, it is suitable for both animal husbandry and growing plants. Delhi's tropical climate is also conducive to crop growth, the rains here, although uneven, but with enviable regularity, all seasons are warm and pleasant for local residents. The hot summer attracts many tourists to the city, who are welcome here with open arms.
The attractiveness of the metropolis
Delhi is famous for its architectural structures and cultural attractions. It is the rich history of India and Delhi in particular that makes this city so attractive for those who love to see the real beauty. Here you can find both religious and cultural monuments, listen to ancient legends about Indian gods, as well as see modern technological wonders.
For example, the Gate of India, the Red Fort, the oldest mosque, Jama Masjid, ancient temples, churches, museums, universities and galleries are of particular interest. However, in crowded places, do not lose your vigilance, as Delhi is famous not only for its many attractions, but also for a large number of pickpockets.
In Delhi, you can find a huge number of expensive hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and bars. The noise of the big city does not subside even after sunset, at night motorcyclists are driving along the roads of Delhi, cars are buzzing, an idle crowd jostles near transparent shop windows. And, of course, the city is famous for its cuisine, which has absorbed all Indian cooking traditions. Therefore, the most popular places here are numerous cafes and eateries.
However, it is simply impossible to visit all the places in the city even in a year, because Delhi is always ready to offer its guests something new, it enchants with its smells, enchanting music and delicious food.