Introduction
Delhi is second-largest metropolis city and Capital of India. It is the third largest city. Delhi is main starting point for North India. It is divided into two parts Old Delhi & New Delhi. In Old Delhi you will find many mosques, monuments and forts relating to India's Muslim history. Red Fort and Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque combined with the old city's bazaars. The hub of the metropolis is Central New Delhi, an orderly plan of wide roads lined with sturdy colonial buildings which was established soon after the imperial capital of British India moved here in 1911. It is a planned city with wide streets, parks. Parliament House, India Gate President house, Old Fort, Humayun's Tomp, Quitab Minar & Zoo are in NewDelhi.

Area 1484 sq km
Altitude 239 metres above sea level
Temperature Summer-28.0 C-46.0 C Winter-4.2 C-28.0 C
Languages English, Hindi, Panjabi
STD Code 011
Rainfall 714 mm average yearly
Best Time to Visit September to March
Delhi Map

How to get there
1. Air :- Delhi has an extensive network of international and domestic flights. All the major airlines in the world fly through Delhi, and it is easily accessible from anywhere in the world. Domestic air links cover Delhi from all the major cities in the country.

2. Rail:-Trains run from all the parts of the country to Delhi. For nearby places like Chandigarh, Dehradun, Gwalior, Bhopal, Lucknow and Kanpur, the Shatabdi Express is recommended.

3. Road:-Buses from all the major places in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are available for getting to Delhi. During the summer months, air-conditioned coaches are recommended.

Places to Visit
India Gate Red Fort
Rashtrapati Bhawane Iskon Temple
Birla Mandir Qutub Minar
Old Fort National Museum
Lotus Temple Humayun Tomb
Jantar Mantar Chandni Chowk
Safdarjung's Tomb Lodi Garden

Excursion
Corbett National Park Agra Mathura
Sariska Tiger Reserve Sariska Tiger Reserve Keoladeo National Park
Jaipur Vrindavan  

Shopping
Delhi with it's innumerable shopping complexes is able to cater to every individuals desire to acquire items that have the essence, the originality of a particular region in India. Although there are shopping complexes in almost every locality in Delhi, Connaught Place, Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk are the principle shopping areas. Multiple emporia representing every state of the country are to be seen at the famous Baba Kharak Singh Marg, near Parliament Street. Each state emporium has a slice of the best of its crafts under one roof at government-controlled prices. Dilli Haat, near INA market, developed by Delhi Tourism has on display almost everything that would be very typical to a particular region in India. It has been designed to be an upscale version of a haat (generally a weekly traditional market).

Accommodation
Hotel Ashok Hotel Centaur Hyatt Regency Taj Palace
Le Meridien Maurya Sheraton Hotel The Grand The Oberoi
Hotel Imperial Hotel Radisson Taj Mahal Hotel Sunstar Heritage
Vasant Continental The Lalit Hotel Ambassador Hotel Qutab
Hotel Samrat Hotel Siddharth Hotel Janpath Oberoi Maidens
Hotel Hans Plaza/td> Hotel Connaught Hotel City Park Hotel Uppal's Orchid
Hotel Centaur Hotel Claridges Hotel Marriott Welcom Ashok Country Resort
Hotel Clarks Inn Suncourt Yatri The Park Hotel Center Point
Hotel Broadway Hotel Swati