History of Delhi
Later, these cities merged into one hustling and bustling metropolitan city, which finally emerged as the political capital of free India. Delhi has witnessed political turmoil for more than five centuries. It was ruled by the Mughals in succession and Tughlaqs Khiljis. In 1803 AD the city fell under British rule. In 1911, the British changed their capital from Calcutta to Delhi. Again became the center of all government activities. However, the city has a reputation for throwing the one who sits on his throne. It includes the British and the current political parties who have had the honor to lead free India.
After independence in 1947, New Delhi was officially declared as the seat of Government of India. During the partition of India thousands of Hindu and Sikh refugees from West Punjab migrated to Delhi. Since then, the city has not looked back. Delhi presents a beautiful blend of varied cultures. The beauty of the city lies in the diversity it presents. In some places, a garden city with beautiful parks, while in some places, there are many people with too much traffic. Sikh turban, colorfully dressed Rajasthani and Gujarati women, Muslim shopkeepers in Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi, along the Tibetan and Ladakhis Janpath and Kashmir handicraft emporia around Connaught Place, adding to the cosmopolitan feel of the city.
Skyscrapers, elegant residential colonies and bustling commercial complexes can be seen in addition to its metropolitan character. This is supplemented by the sights of historical interest. The traditional and contemporary art and crafts from around the country are available in stores and malls here. Apart from this, Delhi has become center stage for all political activities in the country. The buildings of the government of Prime Minister, administrative and court also found here. The leaders of the nation runs the country and write the future of millions of people in New Delhi itself.