Thursday, July 4, 2013

Delhi: A Harmonious Blend of the ‘New’ and the ‘Old’

Delhi, the capital of India, is brassy and debonair at the same time. Magnificent Mughal era edifices juxtaposing plush hotels and business towers, luxury sedans jostled by overcrowded buses and auto rickshaws, and world-class shopping arcades nearby to the traditional markets – Delhi is all about diversity and is one such place where the ‘old’ and the ‘new’ are in perfect harmony. Tourists who book flights tickets to this multidimensional cosmopolitan always get a pleasant holiday experience.

Visiting Delhi is an unforgettable excursion for history admirers. The grand structures like Qutub Minar, Old Fort and Humayun’s Tomb bear the testimony to the political hegemony of Delhi; the city has been the capital of many dynasties and later the Republic of India. Red Fort and Jama Masjid are some other imposing monuments that represent the commanding supremacy of Mughal emperors over the city. The sprawling expanse and exemplary architecture of the Rashtrapati Bhavan and Akshardham Temple also entices tourists from far and wide to grab tickets for Delhi bound flights.

For those inclined towards shopping, Delhi has an eclectic range of options, from swanky malls to traditional markets, which cater their fantasy to the core. And the same goes for foodies who spend on flights tickets to Delhi, as myriad eateries here offer the best of India’s authentic foods as well as a variety of global cuisines to relish in. Even the street food in Delhi is delicious, hygienic and made of quality ingredients. With the well-laid out Metro and several other transport options, getting around Delhi is very easy and hassle-free.

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