Friday, 11 December 2015

drive, design & connect

I have been born and bought up in Delhi, so I have a different kind of attachment with this city. I have spent more than 28 years of my life in this city. I know its each and every road. Whether south ex market where I spent my pg days, kamla Nagar market; where I spent my graduation days, cannaught place ; I did job for two years, east Delhi; my residence, I am familiar with each segment of this city.

Delhi, officially the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is the capital territory of India. During the British Raj, Delhi was part of the Punjab Province and is still historically and culturally connected to the Punjab region and the Doab

New Delhi being the capital of India has special place in the list of cities and obviously it tops it because of its modernity, design, drive and connectivity. It has been designed by British Architect Sir Lutyens in 1911. It is hub for every big brands to most of the businesses. It is so designed that you cannot forget it once you are here. You can be in any city but its aura is different from others.

Being the capital of biggest democracy of World, it is heaven for drivers. Bunch of roads, flyovers, bridges conquers it. Here driving is all about following the rules. You want it or not but you have to follow all the traffic rules. Where driving through old Delhi will make you nostalgic, south Delhi reminds you of modernity and busyness of less. North Delhi famous for its campuses and east Delhi for its coaching centres. Whether labyrinth paths or wide roads, it is best of all.

Delhi has been continuously inhabited since the 6th century BC. Through most of its history, Delhi has served as a capital of various kingdoms and empires. It has been captured, ransacked and rebuilt several times, particularly during the medieval period, and modern Delhi is a cluster of a number of cities spread across the metropolitan region.

Delhi, not only connects all the people irrespective of their caste, creed and religion but also states. In old Delhi on single lane there is a Jain temple them Hindu mandir than gurudwara and finally a majid which make it unique. As it is centre for all political parties, it also connects other states and union territories of India.

It connects India to the world as a whole. The places like rajghat, dilli haat, akshardham temple, Hazrat nizzamuddin Dargah, vijay path, lotus temple, Qutab minar, yogmaya temple, Iron pillar of Delhi, Red fort, India gate are few of its famous tourists attraction. People from all over world come to visit these places because of their historic and cultural importance.

My city is #madeofgreat like the association of Tata motors ( and lionel Messi

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