During the summers it is scorching heat and in winters it is quiet chilling. The ideal time to visit Delhi will be October to March. Culture In Delhi you can find people of all religion and culture. It has become the largest centre of small scale industries. Transport Delhi is reachable by air, road and rail.
9. GUJARAT Image Source : The Internet Gujarat is the cultural capital of India. Famous for its archaeological sites, ancient temples and vibrant culture, Gujarat is worth a visit during Winters. The Rann Utsav at the white desert of the Great Rann of Kuchh and the Asiatic lions at the Gir Forest add to the tourist attractions of this winter holiday destination in India. If you are in Gujarat in January make sure to visit the International Kite Festival.
They are famous for their impressive and artistic temples. Astonishingly Bhubaneswar itself has more than 700 large and small temples. Among them Mukteshwar temple built during 10th century is well known for its exquisite archway. Among the sea side temples Jagannath temple of Puri is famous throughout the world. During Rathayatra Utsav ( festival) Jagannath temple and puri is worth visiting, if you are planning to visit during Rathayatra don’t forget to book hotel in advance as all hotels remain full during rathyatra festival.
Here are few things that stand out in West Delhi, • The largest furniture and decor market in West Delhi is in Kriti Nagar • Tilak Nagar, Ramesh Nagar, Rachouri Garden, Moti Nagar and Kriti Nagar has the majority of the Punjabi families living in them • Some of the famous schools like DAV, Rukmani Devi and Meera International are situated here • There are several railway stations that can connect this West Delhi to the Delhi NCR • Some popular hangout spots and eateries like Dominos, Pizza Hut, Subway and KFC is present here. In the West Delhi, some important hospitals and emergency centres having the best infrastructure and medical treatments are present like, • Rajeev Gandhi Cancer Hospital • Fortis Hospital • Max Hospital Places to visit Though West Delhi may seem to be a small part of New Delhi, there are many places to visit in it. Some of the popular places that are most visited by people are, • Moti Nagar • Rajouri
Human activities are being increased, but the space is remaining the same. Hence the buildings are storeyed. As the priority is given to privacy, the ground floors have the shops and the first floors have living activities. The people of Shahjahanabad live in clutter, but they never feel as so. They feel they are together.
Mumbai is also one of the wealthiest cities in India, accounting for 25% of industrial output and over 70% of maritime trade. The city is a financial, moneymaking, and showbiz capital of India. ‘Bollywood’ the heart of the Indian film industry is firmly anchored in Mumbai. Most of India’s major television networks and publishing houses are located here as well. This concentration of cultural and financial institutions attracts migrants from all over the country and creates a high level of diversity.
Pakistan is well known for its cultural heritage. Whether we talk about this cultural heritage in a sense which relates religious matters or towering Islamic architecture, Pakistan will always be at the top of the merit list. It has a vibrant spectrum containing all the colors of the Islamic architecture. While talking about Islamic architecture, it’s the Pakistani mosques which catch our eyes. Not only are these mosques beautiful but engineering marvels as well.
I am a resident of Delhi and am living here from past 9-10 years. Delhi is the capital of India with numerous tourist attractions, both historic and modern. According to Euromonitor International, Delhi ranked as 28th most visited city in the world and first in India by foreign visitors in 2015. Delhi is a lot more than just a capital city of India. It’s a city of love, a city with countless monuments and other tourist places on one side and a world class airport and metro on the other.
India is also famous for one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, It was built in the seventeenth century by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz. It has also been called "the jewel of Muslim art in India". India was being ruled by Mughals who were Muslims ruling over Hindu majority. The story unfolds the lives of Muslim Indian families