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The Highs & Lows Of Delhi

New Delhi is the capital city of India with a beautiful conglomeration of people from different religions, cultures and stratas of society. Immensely popular for its shopping, food, sight seeing opportunities and social activities, New Delhi is truly the hub of India.


There was a time when Delhi was known more for its myriad monuments that stand tall as a symbol and reminder of India's rich history. However, over the years, Delhi has acquired the reputation of being an extremely notorious city known more for its killer blue line buses, Meter-Not-Working Autos rickshaws and ogling men.

If you venture out to explore Delhi, you will be surprised to see stark contrasts between the lifestyles of the rich vs. poor, educated and uneducated. Delhi is home to a plethora of 5 star hotels as well as JJ colonies, people living in palatial bungalows and those sustaining themselves on the roads, bearing the brunt of harsh and ever changing weather.

Temperatures in Delhi sore during the summers with massive humidity and drop considerably during winters making the weather highly oppressive and extreme for most part of the year.

One of the best things that could ever happen to New Delhi is the Delhi Metro that has revolutionized the way the common man travels. After all, who wouldn't want to travel in a cool, air conditioned train - also a perfect way to avoid running after and traveling in those killer buses of Delhi.

It is said that there is always a strong connection between people and their birth place. This unexplainable and highly emotional bond can create a blind eye, preventing a person from seeing and acknowledging certain less-likeable aspects of their favourite city.

I decided to write down things that I like and dislike about Delhi in an attempt to break this myth and check if I was up to the challenge of looking at Delhi from an unbiased perspective.

Here are some things I like about New Delhi

  • Broad roads and greenery

  • The Delhi Metro

  • Large variety of food available and all kinds of eating joints

  • Speed checking at various points by the Traffic Police

  • Large choice in Educational Institutions


What I hugely dislike about New Delhi

  • Lack of safety for women

  • Chaotic traffic, road rage, speeding vehicles - it seems like everyone wants to be ahead of everyone else!

  • Killer Blue Line Buses

  • Stinking road sides

  • Roads full of pot holes.

  • Corrupt Auto drivers who sometimes don't even announce that their meter is not working. They simply refuse to turn it on - no questions asked.

  • Ogling men wherever you go!

I think I have been able to state why we love to hate Delhi!

Contributing Writer : Latika

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