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Delhi, India

Delhi has always been politically important and every dynasty has left behind relics of their glory. The Qutub Minar (1206), The Tuglaqalbad (1321), Humayun’s tomb (1565), Shahjahanabad which entails the Red fort, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid and others (1639). Those who reside in Shahjahanabad have kept alive the living traditions of the city. More recently, the British built Lyutens Delhi and Rashtrapati Bhawan. The city has seen newer additions like India Gate and Rajghat since independence. Being the largest metropolitan in the country, Delhi is a melting pot of the old and the new and has something to offer to everyone

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