Delhi is the capital of India. It is situated on the bank of the river Yamuna. Delhi is very hot in summer and very cold in winter. There are rains in the months of July and august. It has all the important offices.

It has a number of famous temples of different religions. Some of them are- Birla Mandir, lotus temple, Jama Masjid, Gurdwara Sisganj, Gurdwara Bangla sahib and St. James Church and Akshrdham temple.

Famous Zoological Park, Appu Ghar and Doll museum are there.

Delhi has some very big shopping centers like Connaught place, Palika Bazaar, Chandni and Karol Bagh.

It has the Samadhi of some great national leaders. Among them the most famous is

Raj Ghat. It is the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi whom we call the father of the nation.

A flame called Amar jawan Jyiti always keeps burning at the India gate. It is in memory of those brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the sake of the country.

The red fort was built by Shajahan. It is here the prime minister of Indian unfurls national flag every year on the Independence Day 15th august.

The Qutab Minar is a tall building which was built by Qutab-ud- DinAibak. Near by there is an old iron pillar which has never got any rust.

The presented of India lives in the Rashtrapati Bhavan. It has very beautiful garden called the Mughal garden. In spring, it is full of many kinds of flowers. Ten the public can visit these gardens on some days.

South (India) city- Chennai

Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu state, south India.

Chennai is an important port on east coast

The climate in Chennai is warm

Gentle wind

Places of tourist interest

The second longest beach in the world called marina beach is the main attraction of Chennai. Children love the VGP golden beach, which has swings and toy train.

This city has many famous tourist sports like fort St. George, St. Thomas church, Gandhi mandapam, art gallery, Snake Park, museum, parthasarathy temple and Kapaliswar temple.

Beautiful stone carvings and Gopurams are carved on the temples.

Chennai is the fourth largest city of India. It is the capital of Tamil Nadu. The state government offices are located in Chennai. Chennai was earlier known as madras. Located on the east coast it is an important port that faces Bay of Bengal.

We can divide the city of Chennai into two parts. George Town, the old city is on the west of the port. It has much office on its buy streets. Anna Salai the main road that runs through the other part towards the south of George Town.

Chennai is very warm throughout the year. Pleasant sea breeze can be felt in the coastal areas. In winters, it rains heavily in Chennai. Cotton clothes are used throughout the year.

Idli, Dose, Vada, Uttapam and Rasam are the popular foods of Chennai. Rice is eaten with Sambar and curd.

Pongal is the harvest festival of Tamil Nadu. It is celebrated for three days in the month of January. Bharat Natya is the popular dance from of Tamil Nadu.

Though English is widely spoken most of the people speak Tamil.



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