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DELHI :- Delhi is one of the oldest Indian cities. It is situated on the bank of the river Yamuna. The city is one of the four major metros in India. New Delhi one of the nine districts of Delhi, is the capital of India. This make Delhi a great culture ,commercial centre in India from the old days.
This ancient historic place is much loved for its architectural attractions like Red fort, Lotus temple, Qutab Minar, Jama masjid , Lodhi garden, India gate, Akshardham temple, National gallery of modern art etc.
New Delhi has amplified the importance of national events and holidays like Republic day, Independence day and Gandhi Jayanti. The Republic day parade is a large cultural and military parade showcasing India’s cultural diversity and military strength. The fast living habits of Delhi’s peoples has motivated the growth of street food outlets.
As India’s national capital Delhi influenced the food habits of its residents and is where Mughlai cuisine originated. Delhi is also a hub for shopping of all kinds. Connaught place, chandni chowk, khan market and dilli haat are some of the major retail markets in Delhi.
Most visitor to India land either in Delhi or Mumbai. And it is from these cities that they glen their first impressions and in these cities that learn the ropes of travel in India. There are truly a lot of things to do in Delhi, and many reasons to love the city.
MATHURA :- In Hinduism Mathura is believed to be the birth place of Krishna, which is located at the centre of the Shri krishna janmabhoomi. It is one of the Sapta Puri, the seven cities considered holy by Hindus. Hindus tourists every year looking to visit the humerous temple in the city.
Mathura city in the North Indian state of U.P. It is located approximately 50 km, north of Agra 145 km , south east of Delhi about 11 km from the town of Vrindavan and 22 km from Govardhan.
The history of Mathura can be dated back to 2500 year ago, where lord Krishna was born and spent his youth. Mathura is also mentioned in the Hindu epic “Ramayana”. The city is dotted with temples and over 25 ghat on the bank of river Yamuna. The standout of the town’s cuisine are its sweet and milk product. Pede, a form of sweet dish made from condensed milk, is a specialty here.
Visiting during February, March for the holi celebration at Nandgaon, Barsana and Mathura, is a different experience altogether. Holika Dahan here is also a great attraction in Mathura.