- Learn to say 'no' to the good so you can say 'yes' to the best. John C. Maxwell
Delhi is perhaps the only city in India which has preserved its historic roots despite becoming a commercial metropolitan. From the Red fort to Chandni Chowk, from Humayun’s tomb to the Qutub Minar – you will be transported back in time whenever you are in one of these historic complexes.
The legendary Paranthe waali gali in Chandni Chowk is the Mecca of food lovers in India. Even the local restaurants in most areas of Delhi are known for great North Indian dishes like Kadai Paneer, Butter Chicken and Chole Bhature. Anyone who has ever been to Delhi will swear by its food. From roadside food to exquisite cuisines, Delhi has something to offer for all pocket sizes.
Often in the news for the wrong reasons and known to be the land of the arrogant, Delhi actually has a colourful and diverse population. You come across as many humble and well-spoken people as you may, the obnoxious fools and pompous brats. Regardless of your perception of good and bad, you are sure to meet interesting people with all kinds of personalities here.
Delhi has a host of sports clubs, bars, shopping places, restaurants, events, and festivals going on at any point of time. No matter what your idea of fun is, you will always have options in Delhi.
There can hardly be a conversation about Delhi without a mention of the girls of this city. Often stereotyped in movies and videos, the fact is that Delhi is home to some of the most amazing Indian girls you might have the good fortune of meeting. They are mostly cute, sexy, intelligent, well-dressed, and cheerful. You might run into the occasional pretentious, foul-mouthed specimen but she too is another colourful and interesting personality to witness.