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Cultural Holidays in Delhi

Delhi is the cultural hotspot of IndiaDelhi, the Indian capital has so much to offer. It is confined between two different cultural worlds. The Old Delhi, the ancient Islamic capital of India with its narrow streets, havelis and mosques, and the imperial New Delhi, the remnant of the British colonial empire’s jewel, which is by contrast, lined up with an impressive grid of wide, tree-lined boulevards and colonial style architecture buildings.

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Delhi’s Culture

Tempel in IndienDelhi is a thriving and vibrant city, one which beautifully blends the ancient and modern to create a unique and extraordinary destination that can be an utterly amazing experience. Due to Delhi’s position which borders the states of Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, it has an incredibly diverse culture and widely celebrates all the festivals from many religions including Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and more. One of the most spectacular is the Hindu celebration of Holi, the festival of colour, where celebrants throw water and brightly coloured powder, called gulal, on each other culminating in a messy, yet very entertaining, free-for-all; held in a spirit of celebration that is both uplifting and exhilarating.

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Traditional Music in India

Indian PanpipesIndian traditional music is, in its various forms, the expression of long-standing local traditions. In fact, the origins of Indian classical music can be found in the beliefs of its people, which date as far back as the Neolithic period: according to Indian mythology, music was the tool through which the god Brahma created the universe.

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