The Greener Side of Delhi – 6 facts that will change your perception about the Capital city!

The capital of India, Delhi is one of the beautiful and captivating cities of India. The official name of Delhi is The National Capital Territory of Delhi. Delhi is the home to numerous people with varied cultures and traditions. The vibrant city of Delhi carries its own charm with the unique glory and majestic reflects.

1. GREENEST CITY OF INDIA

The Delhi is the greenest city of India. Despite of being a fifth most populated city in the world, Delhi’s land covers almost 20 % of the forest. This fact is the interesting one as with such a big population number, how can the city’s land be covered by the greenery.

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2. ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY TRANSPORT

Delhi is the city of India that runs the environment friendly transport. Environment friendly transport means that all the transport of Delhi runs on Compressed Natural Gas that is CNG. It is environmental friendly gas that does not pollute the air of the city.

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3. BIRD RICH CITY

Another interesting fact about Delhi is that it is the second most bird rich capital city in the world. The first bird rich capital city is Kenya and the other one is Delhi.

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4. LARGEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET

The wholesale market of the Azadpur is the largest fruit and vegetable market of Asia. Almost 3 thousand trucks bring fruits and vegetables to this market for retail sale.

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5. INTERNATIONAL TOILET MUSEUM

An indeed funny fact is that the Delhi has the first international Toilet Museum. This museum attracts a large number of audience and tourists and admires the humor and talent of the architects.

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6. LARGEST WHOLESALE SPICE MARKET

The Khari Baoli Market of New Delhi is the Asia’s largest wholesale spice market. It might be the largest market of the world as the people of Delhi love to eat spicy foods.

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Compiled by – Anand Kumar

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