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Delhi officially the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is a city and a Union Territory of India containing New Delhi, as the Capital of India is one of the most ancient cities in the world. New Delhi has a great historical significance as it was home to powerful people, such as Pandavas and Mughals. From Delhi’s Chandni Chowk to India Gate, Delhi is brimming with historical monuments, UNESCO World Heritage sites, Bars, Cafes, delicious food and high-spirited nightlife.
Delhi has a rich heritage and culture that’s reflected in its museums, landmarks, and religious places. There are various monuments that will take you back in time. Delhi is also the melting pot of culture with so many shopping destinations and places to explore that one will be spoilt for choice. There is something for everyone here that’s why it’s called Dilli Dil Walon ki.
There is so much to see here from Qutub Minar and Red Fort which are proudly listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. From Late night walks at India Gate, shopping at Karol Bagh or strolling around Connaught Place etc.
10:30 AM – 8:00 PM (Mon to Sat)
The best time to visit Delhi is from October till March. The skies are clear and the weather is pleasant, especially around autumn (Oct-Nov) and spring (Feb-Mar).
OCT-MAR: Autumn and spring are the best times to visit Delhi. Winter is fine as well, though it can get cold in the morning and evening so remember to bring warmer clothing. If you like festivals, then October-November is a great time to go. Diwali is held sometime between late October and mid-November and is one of the biggest and most popular festivals in Delhi. I was in Mumbai for Ganesh Chaturthi and experienced how fun Hindu festivals can be.
APR-JUN: This is summer in Delhi and probably not the best time to go. June is the hottest month with temperatures known to reach a scorching 45°C (113°F). Yikes!
JUL-SEPT: This is monsoon season in Delhi with August being the rainiest month. I was here in late September and found the weather to be pleasant and agreeable. I normally wouldn’t want to visit a new city during the rainy season but it doesn’t seem to be as bad in northern India. Based on what I’ve read, Delhi during the rainy season can be quite beautiful. People definitely prefer it over the searing heat of summer.