Amazing facts about Delhi

Delhi is the capital of India. Did you know friends Delhi was founded by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the year 1649 and named it Shahjahanabad? Delhi is the amazing state because Delhi weather is very unique because in summer it will become too hot, during winter it will be too cold and during monsoon, it has amazing rainfall. Guys In this post I am sharing some of the most amazing facts about Delhi. So, I hope you like this post.

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Amazing Facts About Delhi

  • According to a survey, 10,500 people die in Delhi due to pollution.

  • Delhi is a beautiful blend of a historical past and a vibrant present. In 1912, The capital shifted from Calcutta to Delhi.

  • Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi is the second oldest international cricket stadium.

  • The wholesale market at Azadpur is Asia’s largest fruit and vegetable market. According to a survey nearly 3,000 trucks bring in fruits and vegetables here daily for over 30,000 retail vendors.

  • Jama Masjid built in 1656 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan is one of the largest mosques in India is in Delhi.

  • Qutub Minar is the world’s tallest brick minaret.

  • Did you know friends Indira Gandhi National Airport of Delhi is the city’s main gateway for city’s domestic as well as International civilian air traffic? This is one of the busiest in South Asia.

  • Feroz Shah Kotla stands the 3 century B.C. Ashokan Pillar. Emperor Feroz Shah Tughlaq brought this 27-tonne pillar to Delhi from Topar in Ambala, where the great Emperor Ashoka erected it.

  • This makes the city the second most populous city in India.

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amazing facts about Delhi
Friends, these were some Amazing Facts about Delhi. If you have to know the facts of any other city or the Amazing Facts, then you can comment below.

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