Visit the testimonial of unity and diversity Delhi


India is one country which is known for its magnificence historical events and assimilation of different cultures and lifestyle at a single place. And its capital New Delhi or Delhi is the testimonial to unity in diversity. People from different parts of the country and the world co-exist here. This is why Delhi is a top tourist hub of the nation. It has almost the basic facilities which are required by a metro and world class city. Its journey from the era of Mahabharata as Indraprastha to Delhi is interesting and intriguing. The one who conquered the Delhi was considered the king of the nation. From Hindu to Mughal emperors everyone had been quite keen to win over the rule here. The Red Fort situated here became the driving force for the struggle for freedom from the British rule. The temple of democracy, Parliament is also situated in the union territory. Even most of the stalwart leaders and ministers like the president and prime minister of the country stay here.

Come down to the tourist hub New Delhi


Means of transportation


Being the national capital, foreign tourists wanting to come down here have got a great way, the aerial route. Many international flights reach at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on the daily basis. For some countries, the government of India has provided the visa on arrival policy. Local visitors can come by trains, buses, airplanes or even by personal vehicles.


Best weather to visit                

                                       
The best season to visit Delhi is from February to April. This is the time of the year when the temperature is moderate with pleasant weather (not hot, humid or cold).


Total area and population


Delhi has its expansion around 1484 sq.km with almost 25 million people of different ethnicity and faith residing here from other states.
Main tourist attractions


Akshardham Temple:- It’s India biggest temple, with picturesque sights, huge constructions, clean ambiance, use of hi-tech things and of course statues of Lord Swami Narayan. Special mention to its Vaastu art, which is unparalleled. Built on the bank of the river makes it even more attractive.


Lotus Temple: - This is built by the Bahai community living across the globe in the shape of a Lotus, which signifies peace among people of different faith.


India Gate: - It holds a great importance for the nation. Martyrs are paid tribute here. Situated near Raisina hills, tourists flock here in large numbers.


Qutub Minar: - This minaret stands tall at 72.5 m and a major tourist attraction to which the UNESCO has counted amongst the world heritage sites.
Apart from these places, Humayun’s Tomb, Lodhi garden, Central Park, Kalkaji temple, Iskcon temple are spots that are worth visiting.