Delhi, northern India

Delhi is situated on the Yamuna (Jumma) River (a tributary of the Ganges River) is bordered on the south by New Delhi, the national capital. newdelhi.net

Delhi has grown rapidly, in both industry and population, since India gained independence from Great Britain in 1947.

In 2000 Delhi ranks as the third largest city in India, after Bombay and Calcutta. Population (1991, greater city) 8,375,188.  Area 1,483 Sq km. Population Around 10 Million

Delhi is a major transportation, commercial, and industrial center. Manufactures include electronic and electrical equipment, textiles, jewelry, chemicals, precision instruments, and motor-vehicle parts. thedelhicity.com - lawinc.com - Real estate: jainproperties.com

Delhi is situated about 100 miles (160 kilometres) south of the Himalayas.

The coldest month is January, when both the mean maximum temperature and the mean minimum temperature are at their lowest: 70 F (21 C) and 45 F (7 C), respectively. During Summer Months the Temperature can reach 47 C.

Delhi has been the capital city of a succession of mighty empires and powerful kingdoms, and numerous ruins mark the sites of the various cities. Delhi or Old Delhi is the capital of the Union Territory of Delhi.

Major cities near (New) Delhi:

Northwest
Lahore
443 km

Ahmedabad

Agra
203 km

Jaipur

Kanpur

West-southwest
Karachi
1.093 km

South-southwest
Mumbai
1.187 km

Hyderabad

South
Chennai
1.787 km

East-southeast
Calcutta
1.322 km

Pune

South
Bangalore
1.672 km

 

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