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Delhi - City Guide

Apart from being the capital of India, Delhi is also the travel hub of northern India. It serves as an excellent base for visiting the colorful state of Rajasthan, and Agra, the city of the Taj Mahal, is less than three hours away. If you want to head north to experience the grandeur of the Himalayas or east to the sacred city of Varanasi, Delhi should be the perfect base. Delhi is India's main entry point for overseas visitors, and has two airports, one international named Indira Gandhi International Airport and the other domestic named Palam airport. Buses from different states of India pull into the Inter-State Bus Terminal in Old Delhi and Aanda Vihar Bus Terminal in trans-Yamuna area.Well connected to different places of the country by flight and rail, the city has two main railheads in Old or New Delhi both well connected to Connaught Place, the commercial hub the city, by bus, auto rickshaw and taxi. Delhi has almost all kinds of accommodation available in different parts of the city.

Important Facts

Some important facts about the city are as:

Capital: New Delhi
Area: 1,483 sq km
Sea Level Elevation: 225 m. (741 ft.)
Population: 13.7 million (Census 2001)
Principal Languages: Hindi, English, Punjabi, Urdu
Literacy Rate: 81.82% (2001)
Major Industries: Manufacture of razor blades, sports goods, radio and T.V. parts, plastic and PVC goods, textiles, chemicals, fertilizers, soft drinks, hand and machine tools.
Major Crops: Wheat, Maize, Bajra, Jowar, Vegetable and Fruit crops
Major cities linked: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Chennai, Portblair, Thiruvanathapuram, Vadodara, Pune
Domestic airport: Palam airport
International airport: Indira Gandhi International airport

Must Know

Delhi was conferred the status of as an independent state in the year 1992. Delhi, the national capital is the hub of tourism in north India. The metropolis has shown great developmental progress in the recent years. Delhi is an important states in India as most of the administrative offices are located here. Delhi often forms the base for landing in India. Before moving into the region it is recommended to know the facts which are:

  • After Mumbai and Kolkata, Delhi is the most populous city in India. One can get a rough idea of the scene from the crowded buses and long queues
  • The state is provided with almost everything that a tourist is looking for. It has monuments, parks and gardens, markets, hotels, clubs, pubs and bars, discotheques, food and festivals, state administrative offices and foreign offices
  • The commutation is provided by buses, taxis, auto rickshaws and Delhi Metro Subway. The privately owned buses and those run by Delhi Transport Corporation are often over crowded and pickpockets flock in these buses. The state also has a domestic and an international airport. There is also an extensive railway network in the state
  • Delhi has an extreme climate with temperature touching the 45 C mark in summers. It is recommended to visit the state between October and March

Climate

The geographical location of Delhi reveals that this ancient city is located at the west banks of Yamuna river in India . It was once a part of the Aravalies but today Delhi has only the out-skirts to tell the story of the greenery this place, once had. Himalayas are in the North of Delhi. A major proportion of the area of Delhi is plain and on this are located Delhi, New Delhi and Delhi cantonment along with a vast stretch of numerous villages. The land of the plain is mostly fertile.

The Mercury Level
Delhi is a land locked city.The city has an extreme type of continental climate which is perhaps due to it's distance from the sea. The summers in Delhi are very hot and winters very cold. The temperature range varies from 45 degrees in summers to 4 degrees in winters. The winters are marked by mist and fog in the mornings and often sun is seen in the afternoons. The cold wave from the Himalayan region makes winters very chilly. In summers the heat wave is immense and adequate precaution has to be taken before going out in the hot summer afternoons.

Best season to visit
The best season to visit Delhi is During the spring seasons of February to April and August to November. The bloom season of February and March make Delhi colorful. This time of the year brings greenery on the face of Delhi.

Monsoon- The magical wand of the weather God
The monsoon arrives towards the end of June. Delhi has a rainy season in winter also. It is important for the farmers of the village of the union territory because the Rabi crops benefits by it. Weather is generally dry except for 2-3 months of humidity.

Embassies

Name

Location

Phone

Afghanistan

5/50-Fshantipath

2688-3601

Algeria

Be-6/5, Vasant Vihar

2614-6706

Australia

1/50-G Shantipath

2688-8223

Austria

Ep-13, Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri

2688-9037/49

Bangladesh

56 Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar-II

2683-4065, Fax:2683-9237

Belarus

163, Jor Bagh

2469-4518

Belgium

50-N,Shantipath

2688-9851

Belize Central America

B-8/14, Vasant Vihar

2614-0819/30

Bhutan

Chandraguptmarg, Chanakyapuri

2688-9809/9230

Brazil

8, Aurangzeb Road

2301-7301

Bulgaria

Ep16/17, Chandraguptamarg

2611-5549

Canada

7/8, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri

2687-6500, Fax: 2687-6579

Chile

146, Jor Bagh

2461-7165, Fax:2461-7102

China

50-D, Shantipath

2687-1585

Cambodia

N-14Panchsheel Park

2649-5092

Colombia

4/21, Shanti Niketan

2611-0773

Croatia

A-15, Westend

2687-6871

Cuba

E-1/9, Vasant Vihar

2614-3849

Cyprus

106, Jor Bagh

2469-7503/8

Czech Republic

50-M, Niti Marg

2611-0205

Denmark

11, Aurangzeb Road

2301-0900

Dominican Republic

283, Gulmohar Enclave

2686-2595

Egypt

1/50 M Niti Marg

2611-4096

Estonia

A-11, First Floor, Kailash Colony

2643-1067

Ethiopia

7/50-G, Satya Marg

2611-9513/4

European Community

65 Golflinks

2462-9237

Finland

E-3, Nyaya Marg

2611-5258

France

2/50-E Shantipath

2611-8790

Gambia

B-11, Mahfair Garden

2453-7871, 98102-64119

Germany

6/50-G, Shantipath

2687-1831

Ghana

50-N, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri

2688-3298

Greece

EP-32 Dr S, Radhakrishnan Marg, Chanakyapuri

2688-0700

Grenada

6-A Hansalaya, 15 Varakhamba Road

2331-3370, Fax:2332-8307

Hungary

2/50, M Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri

2611-4737, Fax: 2688-6742

Iceland

41/2, Speedbird House,M-Block Connaught Place

2332-1172

Republic Of Indonesia

50-A, Chanakyapuri

2611-8642

Iran

5 Barakhamba Rd

2332-9600, Fax: 2335-4033

Iraq

E-21-24, Vasant Vihar

2614-9085/9746

Ireland

230,Jor Bagh

2462-6733

Italy

50-E Chandragupta Marg

2611-4355

Japan

5-G Plot4-5, Shantipath

2687

Jordan

30 Golflinks

2465-3318

Kazakhastan

4 Olof of Palme Marg, Vasant Vihar

2614-7983, Fax: 2614-6550

Kenya

34, Paschimi Marg, Vasant Vihar

2614-6537, Fax:2614-6550

Republic Of Korea

9, Chandragupta Marg

2688-5374

Kuwait

5-A, Shantipath

2410-0791

Lebanon

26B Sardar Patel Marg,Chanakyapuri

2301-3174

Libya

22 Golflinks

2469-7717

Luxembourg

730 Gadaipur Rd

2680-1966/54, Fax: 2680-1971

Malaysia

50-M, Satya Marg

2611-1291

Mauritius

EP-41, Jesus & Mary Marg,Chanakyapuri

2410-2161/62

Mexico

C-8 Anand Niketan

2411-7180,81,82

Mongolia

34, Golflinks

2463-1728

Myanmar

3/50, F Nyaymarg

2688-9007/8

Namibia

A-2'6, Vasant Vihar

2614-4772

Nepal

Barakhamba Road

2332-8066/9218

Netherlands

6/50-F Shantipath

2688-4951

New Zealand

50-N, Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri

2688-3170, 2687-6260

Nigeria

21, Old Palme Marg, Vasant Vihar

2614-6221, 2614-6645

Norway

50-C, Shantipath

2687-3532

Pakistan

2/50-G, Shantipath, Chandragupta Marg

2467-6004/8467

Phillippines

50-N, Nyaya Marg

2688-9091

Poland

50-M, Shantipath

2688-9211

Portugal

8 Palam Marg,Vasant Vihar

2614-2212

Romania

A-52Vasant Vihar

2614-0447

Russian Federation

Shantipath

2687-3799

Saudi Arabia

D-12, South Extn.I

2625-2470/1

Senegal

C-6/11, VasantVihar

26177687

Singapore

E-6, Chandragupta Marg

2687-7939

Somalia

A-7, Defence Colony

2461-9559

Slovak Republic

50-M, Niti Marg

2688-9071/5340

South Africa

, B-18, Vasant Marg,Vasant Vihar

2614-9411

Spain

16, Sunder Nagar

2435-9004/5/6/7

Sri Lanka

27, Kautilya Marg

2301-0201

Sweden

Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri

2419-7100

Switzerland

Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri

2687-8372

Thailand

56-N, Nyaya Marg

2611-8103/4

United Arab Emirates

Ep-12, Chandragupta Marg

2687-2937

United Kingdom

Shantipath,Chanakyapuri

2687-2161/2822

United State of America

Shantipath,Chanakyapuri

2419-8000

Venezuela

N-114, Panchsheel Park

2649-6913/6535/6783

Vietnam

17, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri

2301-0532

Yemen

B-70, Greater Kailash-I

2614-4383

Yugoslavia

3/50-G Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri

2687-3661/2073

Zambia

C-79, Anand Niketa

2410-1289/92

Zimbabwe

F-63, Poorvi Marg

2614-0430/31

 

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