Delhi-The Heart Of India

Delhi is the capital of India. All the dignitaries and top officials live here. This place is a seat of the Parliament House, the Supreme Court, and the Rashtrapati Bhawan. Delhi is a house to various small courts also. It represents a mini India. It is one of the third largest cities in India. It is one of the greenest cities in the world. It is a mix of cultural and modern ethics. Delhi police force is one of the largest police forces of the metropolitans in the world. Delhi is divided into nine police zones with 95 police stations. The Service sector of Delhi is very developed. It has invariably expanded with a large skilled English-speaking workforce. People from all over India are attracted to this place because of the presence of multinational companies. Key service industries include information technology, telecommunications, hotels, banking, media, and tourism. Delhi’s manufacturing industry has also grown considerably as many established manufacturing units and headquarters are in and around Delhi. Delhi’s large consumer market, coupled with the easy availability of skilled labor, has developed a lot.

The population of Delhi is rising. The per capita income, better living standards, and the high economic rate has attracted various sections of people in search of better opportunities. Due to this migration rate, it is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. It is putting extra pressure. However, the high economic growth rate has resulted in a rise in the demand for basic necessities like transport. Like many other cities in the developing world, this city also faces various management problems. There is a rise in air pollution. The history of Delhi is very old. It was popularly known as Indraprastha during the period of Mahabharta. It was the capital city of Pandavs. There are several shreds of evidence that have shown that it was the capital of several empires in the ancient period. It has a rich treasure of many ancient monuments and archaeological sites. It is located in North India.

It has been an important cultural, political and intellectual center. Delhi has a great treasure of various historical heritages like Kutub Minar. It is a multi-storeyed building that was built by. Another historical monument is Red Fort. This is a place worth seeing. It is made up of red bricks. There are multiple things that depict the lifestyle of the royal people. The carvings are done on pieces of marble presenting a very unique site. Every evening a hi-tech show is organized to recall important events. Delhi food is a mix of various cuisines which include Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi, and Rajasthani.

There are various other things that make Delhi very popular. The zari work and embroidery work which is done in Delhi is very unique and there are lots of artisans which makes it a very unique place for embroidery work. There are special markets that make it a very unique place like Hauz Khas and Zari bazaar. Lots of Muslim artists are engaged in the work of making products of handicrafts like purses, bags, clothes, and jutty. Connaught place is the other hub of Delhi which has various commercial shops. Chandini chowk is the place where jewelry items are sold for a number of centuries.