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Delhi Lifestyle in India


The lifestyle of Delhi can be described as a combination of ancient traditions and modern lifestyles. Delhi lifestyle is an influence of the cultures and lifestyles of numerous regions of the country as well as the ancient Indian dynasties ruled India. The capital shares its borders with Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, and Rajasthan and hence the culture of the different states also influenced Delhi. In short, Delhi Lifestyle can be depicted as one which represents a miniature of India’s culture as a whole with people belonging to different religions, caste and languages.

Food Habits in Delhi

There is no special cuisine that Delhi can be proud of but they offer the best of every region’s food and beverage. Their eating habits bring out their assortment in cultures. Delhi is also famous for food varieties and also street food. One can see that South Indian, Chinese, Continental, Hyderabadi biriyani and Kababs are served in the same dining outlets.

Importance of Art and Craft in Delhi

Delhi has its own historical values which are always to be remembered and it was a place once ruled by great monarchs. Hence Delhi people always have an inclination to paintings and handicrafts. Local fairs can be seen in Delhi with handicrafts having some decorative artwork to display.

Public Life in Delhi

Delhi has accepted the changing modern lifestyles preserving its traditions and values. Industrial development and increasing population has changed the face of Delhi to be more of a metropolitan city. The change in the life style of Delhi people is very much evident from their dressing sense and liberal attitudes towards pubs, bars, discotheques and other recreational venues and night life is an addition to their embrace of modernization.

Being the capital city of the country, Delhi also witnesses some huge turn ups and downs in the political arena. The Delhi people are basically very well known for their hospitality but there is another side of this lifestyle boom resulting in traffic congestion, notorious crimes and over crowding.

Festivals in Delhi

All festivals are celebrated with pomp and splendor by Delhites. Navratri Festival, Eid Ul Fitr, Lohri Festival in Delhi by Punjabis, Chhat Puja by the Biharis and the other seasonal festivals of its bordering states like Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are celebrated with same enthusiasm and colour. The various monuments in Delhi itself speak about the diversification in the architecture and culture prevailing in Delhi.

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