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Delhi or National Capital Territory of Delhi is India's capital and includes New Delhi, Old Delhi, and Delhi Cantt. Also referred to as NCR, it incorporates satellite cities of Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Noida. Delhi has always been an attraction for travelers and tourists. It caters to various needs of tourists. From shopping to sight seeing, forts and monuments to beautiful gardens, Delhi has it all.

It also has many state of the art hotels to offer to its tourists. The economy of the state benefits from its service sector, which comprises of Insurance, travel and tourism, Mortgage, real Estate, consultancy and educational Institutes. A direct consequence of Delhi's rich history is its magnificent monuments.

Delhi also offers a glimpse of India's religious diversity. It has many temples, mosques, gurudawaras and churches. Undoubtedly, Delhi is the 'Heart of India'.


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