Delhi is a thoroughly inscrutable onion of a city, every layer you peel off reveals an even deeper layer of history. Rebuilt eight times by its many conquerors, it has been the seat of the Hindu, Muslim and British Empires. All of them have left their mark in the architecture, customs, food and people of this relentless city. Now they are all undergoing a new transformation as the capital of modern India.
||City: Approximately 302,000
Municipal area: Approximately 22 million
||Indian Rupee (INR) Rs1 = 100 paise
Fire Brigade: 101
||The Times of India
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