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DELHI- the city of indulgence
“And when you have reached the core…stop by and say good bye to everything else. For Delhi is Delhi and will always occupy the place of the heart. “
Cosmopolitan by nature, the city has formed its own niche serving the living of the Delhiites and migrants from various neighboring as well as far states of the country to come, work, indulge and enjoy life king size. For no-where else will they find a life full of such vibrancy, hustle-bustle, happenings, events, advancements and marveling architecture as in Delhi, the capital city of the mighty India. Spread over 1,484 square kilometers , the capital boasts of a population of 11 million and a metropolitan population of about 16.3 million, making it the second most populous city and second most populous urban agglomeration in India.
Also known as the Lutyen’s Delhi, (majorly the central part of the capital) historically, Delhi derives its architectural marvels from Edwin Lutyens, a leading British architect (1869-1944), responsible for much of the designing and building part while India was under the British Empire during the 1920s and 1930s. The design and construction of the Lutyens Bungalow Zone consists of mainly the administrative buildings like the Rashtrapati Bhawan with the Rajpath connecting the India Gate while Janpath crossing at its right angle connecting Connaught Place. ‘Lutyens Bungalow Zone’ covers an area of about 26 square kilometers. Except for 254.5 acres which is in private hands, all land and buildings in the zone belongs to the central government. There are about 1000 bungalows in the Lutyen’s Bungalow Zone, of which less than ten percent are in private hands.
Acquiring an area of 60 square kilometers, this part of the city is mainly popular because of the mighty Delhi University situated here. There are various colleges which are popular hot-spots attracting students from every nook and corner of the country for graduation and post graduation courses. The area comprises of posh colonies like Civil Lines, Model Town, Ashok Vihar, Gujranwala Town, Pitampura, Kamla Nagar, Kashmere Gate, Shalimar Bagh etc. It is mainly the student population which resides near the north campus area. Such situation has given rise to high rental accommodations with ample space available for PGs.
The area is demarcated by the Yamuna River which is also surrounded by some parts of UP including Noida and Ghaziabad. The splurge in this area was visible only during the common wealth games period of the year 2010. The development which has taken place in this area has paid off too in the form of the property prices which have shot up. The Yamuna Sports Complex is built on the state-of-art architecture offering every possible sport owned by DDA. Other popular attractions of this part of the capital are Akshar Dham Temple, Pacific mall, EDM mall, Cross river mall, V3S mall etc. Major localities in this space are Anand Vihar, Shresth Vihar, Laxmi Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Surajmal Vihar, Dayanand Vihar, Patparganj etc. The area is mainly residential while there are also manufacturing units situated in the Vishwas Nagar and Shahdra area making the stretch commercial.
“Oh, East is east and West is west and never shall the twain meet.” West Delhi has the sprawling area of 129 square kilometers, crowned with the presence of IGI airport this area is the most elite. Crossing the Dhaula Kuan stretch gives one the feel of classic elegance with the presence of the army canteen, army hospital, Manekshaw centre for defence related activities. The Patel Nagar area, Rajouri Garden as well Punjabi Bagh area is the one where the rich population of Delhi resides. Major residential and commercial areas are located in Janakpuri and Tilak Nagar.
This is the highest influential area with highest numbers of millionaires residing in this part of the capital. Development in this area was long done even before the other parts of the city. The popular South extension market, Greater Kailash market, Khan Market, Sarojini Nagar Market, Saket city malls, Ansal Plaza, Vasant Vihar market, DLF Promenade give this area the highest elevation. Property prices in this part of the city are the highest. The popular IT market of the state is situated in this part of the capital with Nehru Place.
Delhi for me and Delhi for you
What’s in store? Let me tell you…
As for the aam aadmi living in the capital, life in this city is fast paced, dependant on cars, autos, buses and largely on metros. The working population of the city most earnestly goes either to the left (that’s Noida) or to the right (that’s Gurgaon) for working opportunities and lucrative salaries. The center place of Delhi, which is Connaught Place, boasts of a robust architecture, still giving a competition to the swanky malls which have evolved over for quite a few times now.
For indulgence, the city is ever ready with its local popular markets as well as plush malls. The culture of the city is now like a dinner plate which is full with every flavor offered in a wedding feast. You will find every ethnicity, every culture and all types of followers as well as non followers, granting the city a prismatic and colourful outlook.
Popular sporting and keeping oneself fit activities happen every Sunday morning in the inner circle of the CP called Raahgiri wherein people throng in bulks, park their cars to define boundaries engulfing the city roads with skating, aerobics, cycling, singing, dancing and enjoying their mornings.
Then there is cricket, which is more than a religion for Delihites. Street food, not only of Chandni Chowk but now, with every small stretch of the district has its own story of mouth watering stories to tell. The Delhiites are smarter enough to be technology enabled. They now order their food or even taxies and autos with the help of mobile apps. Their search for the best cuisine, education, property, bars, pubs, discos, and everything latest is online. Festivities thrill the city with every nook and corner celebrating the happiness. Pragati Maidan is the central zone for the traders of the city in every genre like, books, automobile, property, leather, etc, to display their expertise with exhibitions.
The city boasting of a well connected network of metro runs like a lifeline from everywhere to everywhere in and around the capital area. Just hop in and reach even the most far off places avoiding the city traffic and roads, away from the scorching sun, to land to a place knowing the exact time of your arrival. Which is why we say: time is money in Delhi. Roam around the famous shopping places like Rajouri Garden, Khan Market, Sarojini Nagar, INA, Kamla Nagar, Saket Select City mall, PVR cinemas, Lajpat Nagar market, Vasant Vihar market and so much more options to explore. The city experiences four seasons and that too in extremes. When it is summers the mercury shoots up like a bamboo shoot and during winters the Delhiites have no respite with the shivering cold.