About New Delhi
New Delhi is the capital city of the Republic of India, Delhi is a unique blend of history and contemporary world that have seamlessly mingled and coexisted together. The first impression of the utter pandemonium in the city might overwhelm a new visitor but you will never know when you have fallen for this enthralling metropolis. Over the ages the city has witnessed emperors and kings come and go, kingdoms and empires rise and fall, and conflicts and cooperation of humanity that has carved out the city with its own spirit. Capital of modern India since 1911, this city has some of the most captivating old monuments, engaging art and culture, and modern marvels, such as, Delhi Metro, Delhi monuments, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun tomb or Lotus temple when come out alive in front of your eyes is anything but an awe inspiring experience. A city that embraces all these monuments has the amalgamation of different cultures from all over India. The lush open air expanse of New Delhi, also known as Lutyens’ Delhi with colonial architecture and greenery, reflects the image of the bygone colonial era, while Old Delhi still gives the tint of medieval India. India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. It serves as the venue of the Republic Day parade, which takes place on 26th January every year. The monument rises to a height of 42 meters and has many important roads spreading out from it.
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Restaurant Prices in New Delhi are 70.60% lower than in Sydney
Groceries prices in New Delhi are 61.98% lower than in Melbourne.
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