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What actually is it like to live in New Delhi

Are you planning to visit the most fascinating county India from every traveler’s point of you and even though the city New Delhi?

I heard a huge Yes. Okay then,

You are definitely on the right page as I will be telling what it actually feels like living in New Delhi as a part of my experience in this city.

One more thing?

Are you also planning to shift in New Delhi?

Wait first, you definitely have to give a read.

If I had to say in a layman language, it feels “Good” “Amazing” “Awesome” “Cool” and all other words that ultimately signifies the happiness and joy to express your love for the home city New Delhi.

From anything to everything is available here.

But what makes it apart from any other city if everything is available here? You must be wandering!

I got it right from your expressions. Let’s find out what it feels and what’s in it for you when you are traveling.

Also read, 10 Things to do in Delhi Today to Keep Boredom Away

What is it like to live in New Delhi

1. Time-bound

Time bound

On some parts of the area, it’s really strick and on some, it’s like chalta h chalta h (Hindi word) meaning its okay.

If you say to someone that this is the respective time and arrive at sharp, he/she most of the time will be late. But if you set a certain restriction like related to money, time will automatically come into play. The office is a perfect example. Coming late after 9 a.m. that automatically means salary will be deducted.

In the daylight, you will always be going to find everyone running to their destination and its obvious that restriction is making them run. To achieve something, you have to set some restrictions it’s as simple.

2. Crowded

Crowded New Delhi

This is true, Yes Delhi is crowded and I would say over a crowded city with almost 2cr. people.

One important thing is that you will never be felt alone, just fun stuff.

But it’s fine now it’s the daily routine. Instead now, if I don’t see any crowd I got worried where the Delhi people had gone. So, it’s crowded but you will get adjusted soon.

And Delhi people love escaping to the Himalayas on the weekends and especially to Himachal and that includes me too though.

What people say after living in New Delhi. Read from the foreigner experience after living 1 month in Delhi.

3. Delhi’s pride

The Delhi Metro is the pride of the city in transportation. With different routes and making it more economical and efficient to travel from one end to another in nominal price rate.

Now, the talk of the town is: Traveling in metro and buses of Delhi is becoming free for women commuters.

The metro network consists of almost 180 trains covering a distance of 60,000km every day and that’s awesome.

Also Read, Chitkul – Journey to the last Indian Village.

4. A supermarket

A supermarket in almost every 2nd -3rd street makes it easy to shop nearby. And does not have to commute long distances to buy home products.

An important thing which every person sees before buying a house is the availability of supermarket nearby. Things get much more interesting when you have so many options to choose from.
Competition in some streets of Delhi is just unbelievable.

5. Entertainment

You will never get bored here. Whether it is the fight of husband or wife on the roads or the children masterstroke for a glass brake of the house or people fighting for a gentle push or why are you seeing her, again and again, she is my girlfriend line and this story never ends ……….

Delhi never disappoints in the entertainment part.

This is what I thought are the genuine and valid points to write about New Delhi.
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