New Delhi, India: Built on the banks of the Yamuna River, Delhi is a beautiful blend of a historical past and a vibrant present. In 1912, the capital shifted from Calcutta to Delhi
After Nairobi in Kenya, The Delhi ridge makes it the World’s Second most bird-rich Capital city.
Also known as Bahai Temple, Lotus Temple is one of the finest crafted structures is in Delhi.
The wholesale market at Azadpur is Asia's largest fruit and vegetable market. Nearly 3,000 trucks bring in fruits and vegetables here daily for over 30,000 retail vendors.
One of the intersting fact about Delhi is that it has an International Toilet museum
Qutub Minar is the world's tallest brick minaret.
Originally, The walled city of Delhi had fourteen gates and now only 5 are standing. They are: Kashmiri Gate: Pointing North to Kashmir; Ajmeri Gate: Facing Ajmer in Rajasthan; Lahori Gate: Facing Lahore in Pakistan; Delhi Gate: Road to earlier cities of Delhi; Turkman Gate: Named after pious saint Hazrat Shah Turkam.
Khari Baoli, a street in Old Delhi, is the Asia's largest wholesale spice market.
Delhi has a rail museum with steam-age behemoths.
Traffic in Delhi is compared to the traffic in London. Drivers sit on the right side of the car.
Feroz shah Kotla stands the 3 century B.C. Ashokan Pillar. Emperor Feroz Shah Tughlaq brought this 27 tonne pillar to Delhi from Topar in Ambala, where the great Emperor Ashoka erected it.
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Located in the serene sub-city of Dwarka, the hotel welcomes guests with its 217 modern rooms and suites, superior services and a wide range of on-site dining options. Stay connected in our business center and relaxes in the chic terrace pool and gym. Our hotel's property in New Delhi boasts exceptional dining outlets, including spring, where you can enjoy quick bites and elaborate buffets, and The Atrium Tea Lounge, offering an array of teas and coffees with flights of sweet treats.