Being the capital of India, the city is the main hub of all the major sectors of the country. Any kind of issue whether it is political, economical or social, it directly affects the capital city. The city is a bridge between two diverse worlds. One is old Delhi which was once the capital of Islamic India and another is New Delhi that was created by the British. It houses everything including arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transport. It is a main center for shoppers. Connaught Place is the most favourite shopping destination and you can also explore Jan Path which has various shops that are lined on either sides of a road near Connaught Place. Akshardham temple, India Gate, Red Fort, Jantar Mantar and Birla Mandir are other main attractions of Delhi.
Known as the Queen of Hill Stations, Shimla became the summer capital of the British Raj during the latter half of the 19th century when the soldiers of the British army, merchants and civil servants moved up here to get relief from the scorching heat of the plains.
One of the most popular tourist destinations of India, Shimla is also the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. This hill station derives its name from "Goddess Shyamla", an avatar of Goddess Kali.
Manali is a part of Himachal Pradesh and situated above 1,926 Ms from the sea level. Being a beautiful hill station, it experiences millions of tourists throughout the year. It is said that Britishers always used to visit Manali to enjoy their summer.
Chandigarh is a city of Charming Contrast; a pulsating modern town famous for its architecture and landscape. "Chandigarh" derives its name from the temple of "Chandi" located in the vicinity of the site selected for the city. The deity "Chandi", the goddess of power and a fort or "garh" lying beyond the temple gave the city its name.
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