The National Capital Territory of Delhi lies almost totally in the Gangetic plains.
Towards the East is the state of Uttar Pradesh. In the South, North and West the state of Haryana borders Delhi.
The significant characteristics of Delhi are the Yamuna flood plain as well as the Delhi ridge.
The weather of Delhi territory is semi-arid : from early April to October is the summer season accompanied by the monsoon, whereas, on the other hand, from October the winter season begins and this peaks in January.
This season is adversely reputed for heavy fog. The average yearly rainfall is about 714 mm. Of these the maximum part is in July and August. The temperature can be as high as 47 °C or as low as -0.6 °C. As per the 2001 census, the population of Delhi was 1,37,82,976.
In Delhi territory, there are several ethnic groups and cultures.
There are also considerable expatriates. Both blue collar and white collar workers from all corners of the country are enticed towards Delhi.
All these factors make Delhi a truly cosmopolitan city.
Good place it will take time to know the place if u r new to Delhi. My experience from age 4 I was in delhi, it has rapidly changed specially trsnsportation has become very cheap for commom people just the police should make it safe for delhites. Many monumental places to roam n enjoy in n out or the city, lasty clean delhi green delhi.
Loved the place! It is so beautiful and there are so many attractions. But it is not the safest place, particularly for women. Make sure you go with a group of people if you go anywhere. Especially a group with at least one man. It is such an epic city with so many things to see, I would recommend spending at least 5 days there.