Run from the 17th century, Khari Baavli is a street in Delhi that is considered to be Asia's largest masala market.
Connaught Place in New Delhi has been named as the world's 5th most expensive office hotspot after London, Hong Kong (central), Beijing (Finance Street) and Beijing (CBD).
Completed in 1986, Lotus Temple is the axis of Asia for the Bahai community and like all Bahá'í House of Worship; The Lotus Temple is also open to everyone, regardless of religion or any other merit.
In a survey conducted by the Global Metro Bench-Making Group NOVA and CoMET, Delhi Metro has emerged as the second most popular network in the world.
Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) was awarded the fourth Best Airport Award in the 15-25 million category by the Airport Council International in 2010. In the new ranking of Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards, IGI was at the first place.
Delhi has been credited as the world's sixth most populous metropolis.
In May 2014, New Delhi was declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the world's most polluted city.
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