Delhi has all the elements that make any large city, a metropolitan city. Bustling markets, puffing commuters, egoist bureaucrats, cunning politicians, white-collar bosses, irritating beggars; just stand any of the traffic signals and stare the city that has not relaxed since it was conceived.
You have a lot to see and admire in Delhi. Well, you can start from the monuments of yesteryears. Go for a walk to Lal Quila or Red Fort. Admire the minutest of details. Just turn your back and witness 'the believers' paying Namaaz (Muslim Prayer) in historic Jama Masjid. Venture towards Chandini Chowk and you will venture into dilemma. The old bazaars have enough items to keep you busy for whole day. Buy at least a bag-full of items and be ready for the altercation with custom officials at airport. Sis Ganj Gurudwara, Ballimaran, Nai Sadak will greet you in the way back to hotel. Feeling Hungry? Stop at any of the roadside kiosk. Let the sweetmeat melt in your mouth. Wash it down with a glass of creamy Lassi. Return to hotel, take some rest for you have only discovered one facet of Delhi and the rest are to follow.