Trails of India
10 Reasons to Love Delhi

Delhi is the capital territory of one of the largest democracies of the world, India. This is a legendary city which has witnessed a major part of Indian history. A large financial hub, it is a centre of various business organizations. This city was built by the great Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the year 1649. It has perks of being the second most populous metropolis in the world. Delhi has always attracted young enthusiasts from all over India for higher education and pursue their careers in their field of choice. It is a major seat of Indian political administration. Delhi has several charming features which has made it a favorite destination for people.



The most popular party hub in India is a small village area inhabited by several varieties of themed restaurants, bars and pubs. It consists of glorified rooftop restaurants for people who love to eat under the open sky. A noisy and clumsy place, it is full of party mongers. The restaurants serve cuisines from all over the world making it an ideal spot for food lovers.



The most popular shopping hub for teenage and young girls with all the latest fashion trends is bliss. Covering a large part of the city, it has all the different varieties of clothing, footwear, cosmetics, and accessories to cater the needs of all kind of people. The branded clothes can be purchased at just ¼ prices.



The Best feeling of sleeping late under warm blankets, bonfires with family and friends, hot chai, walk through dense fog add essence to the winter season in Delhi.



After the hustle and bustle of work, long drives with your loved ones is a soothing experience. There are several famous good quality road side dhabas on the outskirts of the city which serve delicious food. Murthal dhaba is well known for its aloo parathas.



The India gate memorial was built to pay tribute to brave Indian soldiers who died during First World War. The Amar Jawan Jyoti instills a strong feeling to work great for the motherland. Rashtrapati Bhavan is located right in front of it which is joined by the famous Rajpath road which exhibits the renowned Republic Day parade.



The city was destroyed and built several times by the past rulers. Rich in history, it is a land of unique architectural monuments and UNESCO world heritage sites like Qutb Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun Tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid and many more.



The famous movie dialogue, “Chandu k Chacha ne Chandu ki Chachi ko Chandni raat mei Chandi ki chammach se chatni chatai” is inspired from the heart of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk. A huge shopping area with all kinds of groceries, jewelleries, designer sarees, wholesale items, spices, oils, dry fruits, stationeries, it is one of the busiest and most crowded place of the city. The delicious jalebi, kachori and chole bhature add to the charm of this place.



One of the cheapest and fastest public transport service, it is a blessing for workers and travelers. Almost all the areas of the city are accessible by metro trains.



Connected to all parts of India by trains and flights and offering promising job and education opportunities, it is inhabited by people from all the different religion and cultures of India.



The local people who have their ancestral origin and are permanent residents of Delhi are popularly known as Delhiites. The people are very friendly and are known for their rich hearts. Dilli hai Dilwalo ki is a commonly used compliment. They speak in a very friendly tone and language spoken them is mainly HINGLISH which is a strange combination of Hindi and English.