Three days in Delhi were fun! The weather? – 100°F (+38°C), 100% humidity… not so much!
However, almost all items on my To-Do-Go List were crossed out. I have memo-photographed Rajpath, Imposing India Gate, Parliament House, Chandni Chowk and Main Markets, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial and National Gandhi Museum, National Zoological Park, National Rail Museum, and other sights, taken a bicycle rickshaw ride around Old Delhi, become a part of some Indian festival, attended Red Fort Light Show (sorry, it’s a waste of time), enjoyed great vegetarian meals and Kingfisher beer… and made a new friend Sumaiya (see my next post).
Delhi, officially National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), is the largest metropolis by area and the second-largest city by population in India. It is the eighth largest metropolis in the world by population with 16,753,265 inhabitants (2011). There are nearly 22.2 million residents in the greater urban area.
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Delhi is heart of india. Its amazing to visit delhi, I think three days is not enough to visit every places of delhi. Fun in fountain and Indian kids celebrating festival is nice click. Music band looks completely traditional. That’s is quality of india, Indian always add their traditional look to every single part of their life. Thaks India. Thanks for remember my of day of visiting delhi as specially streets of delhi with crowd and shouting people for selling things. Again thanks for very nice and photo capturing articles.
Thank you for stopping by, Katie! I agree on “three days is not enough”. My visit to Delhi was a part of the Rajasthan & Golden Triangle trip. It was very hard to find time for all the places I wanted to visit. India is my favorite country to visit. So, I hope, I’ll be back soon [wink]
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