It’s rather difficult to slot Delhi - whether Old Delhi or New Delhi - in one particular category. To some it is a “city that never sleeps” dotted with glass-mirrored skyscrapers which house stylishly luxurious offices of multinational companies, to others it’s a metropolis with tree-lined boulevards while to many more it brings back pleasurable memories of bustling streets and bazaars of Chandni Chowk.
The capital city of India, Delhi has also been the principal city for many dynasties and empires over the centuries. Home to communities from all over the country, it is indeed a melting pot of cultures.
Showcasing delectably different experiences, the city is the perfect example of encapsulation of two very different worlds, the 'old' and the 'new', each representing its own vibrancy and prominence. Take your pick and Delhi, whether old or new or in-between, will never disappoint you.