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Delhi - The Land of New Ideas

There are scores of places in the world which have the historical or modern exquisiteness but few of them have possessed both these features together for the long time. Delhi, the capital city of India, is certainly one of them. In fact, it is not just the capital of the country but also a fascinating tourist destination for the worldwide travel lovers as they can take pleasure from its historical, cultural, commercial and modern magnificence. Thus, the culture of Delhi has been a paradigm of new ideas and life style.


The culture of New Delhi is largely influenced by its surrounded states like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Punjab. It makes an inimitable characteristic for the city because people from all parts of the country live here. Besides that, natives of this place celebrate almost all major festivals of India, which brings people from varied beliefs on one stage i.e. mutual elation. Moreover, different religious places that belong to several sects and beliefs also confirm the distinctiveness of the culture of the heart of India. It can be evident in the presence of Temples, Jama Masjid, Gurudwaras and Churches in the capital city.


Delhi culture is noteworthy for not only its historical and political significance but also for bravura of arts and crafts. Such outstanding cultural aspect of this place has been continued from the prestigious Royal era.  Consequently, this attractive place allures the best personalities in the field of musicians, dancers and painters who show glimpse of their talent at the respective events organized at the many auditoriums of Delhi. Apart from this, this place is also renowned for its great handicraft works particularly miniature paintings, gold enameling and zari work. Lacquer craftsmen, kite makers and many more also show their capabilities in their particular fields.


When you are visiting a wonderful place like Delhi, you cannot stop yourself from tasting delicious cuisines served at the capital city. Actually, various kinds of food here reflect the lifestyle of different sects of people. The places like Chandni Chowk and Bengali market are largely famous for mouth-watering cuisines and desserts like Punjabi food, Gujarati food, Rajasthani food and South Indian food to satisfy people of different tastes.


So get delight from New Delhi culture as it is indeed a special in itself if not a unique in the world.

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