Delhi is a metropolis in northern India and, as the National Capital Territory of Delhi, a Union Territory directly under the central government of India. Delhi is divided into eleven districts and five municipal administrative units.
Today, the National Capital Territory is home to about 18 million people, making it one of the world's largest megacities. The entire metropolitan region - which also includes the major cities of Gurugram, Ghaziabad, Noida and Faridabad - has 32 million inhabitants, making it the third largest metropolitan region in the world!
Delhi is rich in historical buildings due to its long history - these include magnificent mausoleums and temples. Delhi's largest structure is the Lal Qila! Literally translated as the "Red Fort", it is located in the northeast of old Shahjahanabad. In the center of Delhi, on the other hand, you will find modern and sophisticated conference hotels.
Delhi is one of the most important economic centers of the country and has numerous manufacturing industries. Textiles, electrical and electronic equipment, and precision tools are produced in the city. Traditional agriculture and livestock farming are practiced in the periphery.