Not long ago, phones were considered just a means of talking and texting. But in this rapidly changing world, how could phones lag behind? Gone are those days when people used phones just for talking. Welcome to the era of Smartphones- As the name suggests, these gadgets are smart enough to take care of our day-to-day requirements and complex ones too with their immense number of applications. These apps have the capability
to revolutionize our lives. With the introduction of Smartphones, now the phones no longer rest lazily in our pockets but have found a place in our hands. None can argue about the usefulness of Internet in today’s world. Smartphones have made the lives of businessmen easy; thanks to the instant internet connectivity. Besides, smartphones are a huge hit among youth too. With internet in their pockets, teenagers use Smartphones for
connecting with their friends through social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and others. Easy mobility of a smartphone is its biggest advantage. Of late, people seem addicted to these gadgets called smartphones. They find a way of keeping themselves busy with their smart gadgets and this is a common sight in trains, buses, stations, metro,
cafes and even theatres. Today Smartphones are a big plus in each aspect of our lives, be it professional or personal. No doubt Smartphones have definitely changed the way we connect with their capability to let people socialize, hence they are playing a vital role in bringing people closer. There is little doubt that Smartphones are the future of communication and with fast changing technology, it has revolutionized our daily lives.
With the growing popularity for these smart gadgets among all age groups and people from all walks of life, smartphones sales are continuously surging.



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‘Delhi’ the city where thousands of people come to fulfil their dream and in search of food, job and better living. Delhi is not only the Capital of Indian republic but is capital of dreams and opportunity.

From Ancient times Delhi has been the capital of central affairs as it in centrally located in the Indian sub-continent. Delhi is a perfect amalgam of cultural, archaeological, political heritage. The cities in proximity to Delhi are Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Sonepat and Faridabad. Delhi has been the capital of empires. It has been rebuilt several times.  It has been the capital of Mughal Empire from 1649 to 1857. When India gained Independence from British rule in 1947 New Delhi was declared its capital. Since then Delhi is growing with its culture although Delhi is not untouched with the changes which took place in the external environment be it social, economic, political or cultural. Today’s Delhi is extremely differing from its early image in some of its part where industrialisation has totally changed the lifestyle of people living in or nearby that area. We can see people very much influenced by the western society but the deep roots are still attached to the cultural where our upbringing took place.

Few parts of Delhi still seem to be resistant to changes. Old Delhi- Chandni Chowk famous for sarees and food joints serving tasty cuisines. The by-lanes are Red Fort. Old Delhi also known as Delhi 6 is still same as it was many years back. We can see imprints of Mughal dynasty in Old delhi and the whole area is built on the old plan and is example ancient architecture. The building, structures, shops everything looks like untouched. North Delhi or Old Delhi is famous for its eating joints and a must visit for foodies let it be aloo chaat, paranthe or biryani. People from all around the world come to Old Delhi to enhance their taste buds. Ancient temples, monuments, mosques add to the richness of North Delhi. Tourists can even enjoy the ride of rickshaw in the narrow streets of Old Delhi, not only the food but the location and tradition and culture of old Delhi also entice film makers to capture the wonder in the cameras. Delhi 6, Chandni Chowk to China, Jannat2 is few of the recent movies in which we can see the impact to Old Delhi in characters, locations, stories etc.

Moving forward to Central Delhi which is centrally located to Delhi as well as covers the major part of delhi or can say is heart of Delhi. Parliament, Rajpath, rastrapati Bhawan,  Rajghat the cremation site of the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. Every state dignitary who visits Delhi makes sure to commence his visit from paying homage to Mahatma Gandhi. A good tourist destination with greenery and history. It is an amalgamation of historical monuments. Places to visit are Qutab Minar, Jama masjid,  India Gate, Jantar Mantar (astronomical observatory), Laxminarayan temple, Akshardham temple, Lotus temple, ISKCON temple.


South Delhi which has fast moving lives, comparatively young crowd, chic shopping malls, fancy buildings etc. South Delhi is connected to Noida as well as Gurgaon so all youngsters who moves to Delhi for Job or higher studies opt for South Delhi. South Delhi is hub of young minds, talents and crowd which is very much influenced by the life in west.  The big malls , discos, lounge  can easily be found in all highly visiting areas of South Delhi. The life here never stops. People spend their time in shopping, night clubs, restaurants, lounges with family and friends. The  food joints are more of burger, pizza type instead of typical Indian style.


Three world heritage sites located in Delhi are Red Fort, Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb is also located in Delhi. The monuments are rich in culture, and architecture and are preserving the richness of ancient India

The parliament of India, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Supreme Court of India are three strong pillars of Indian Democracy. All of these three pillars are most respectable structure for any national of India.

Rivers are Yamuna and Hindon (separates Eastern Delhi from Ghaziabad).   In early times Yamuna was far more clean and calm than today’s Yamuna which is stuffed of garbage, industrial waste etc. Yamuna is no more a place to visit for mental peace and harmony but is shelter for various hazardous diseases.

Earlier, Delhi came under world’s ten most polluted cities but thanks to government efforts and with the introduction of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) being used by buses, taxis and autorickshaws pollution has been curbed to a large extent. Today, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is operating the world’s largest fleet of CNG buses.  The most common modes of transport are buses, metro. Metro has made the lives of peopl
e comfortable. People are able to commute without much hassle and more and more people are using metro as it is time saving and economical and in turn it is adding to a pollution free Delhi. Many NGO’s and govt. organisations are also working in making our Delhi a better place to live.

Summers are long and hot from April to June, Monsoon season lasts for about two months i.e. July and August. Winters begin in mid-October and are chilly and foggy. Delhi has always being the mother for us, she is nurturing us to its best and making us perfectly adaptable to the globally changing environment whether it is ecological, social, cultural, political or technological.