Culture and Heritage of Delhi India
In the Nizamuddin shrine, you can still hear the "qawwalis. "Gurbani" (the verses of the Granth Sahib) and Prabhat ferries can be heard on the gurudwaras 'bhajans' and 'aartis in churches and Sunday Masses in the churches. The traditional fairs and festivals as' Phoolwalo-Ki-Sair " still celebrated. With the growing number of people from different states, regional festivals as' Chhath Puja "in Bihar and" Durga Puja "of Bengal, are also observed. From Delhi shares its borders with Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, its people and lifestyle is often influenced by these regions.
While Punjabis dominate Delhi, has now developed a series of pockets dominated by other communities such as South Indians and Bengalis in RK puram in CR Park. It is this diversity that makes Delhi so vivid and colorful. Indo-Persian art is reflected in the Jama Masjid, as Birla Temple and the Temple complex fusion of styles exude Chattarpur North and South India architecture. Lotus temple is remarkable not only for representing the Bahai way of worship, but also the magnificent architectural design. Jains and Buddhists have their own shrines in the city, while the Tibetan monastery, near the interstate bus terminal is representative of Tibetan culture in India.