Much like Rome, New Delhi (the capital of the State of NCT Delhi and also the Capital of India) is beleaguered with the ruins of lost empires. Once home to the iconic Mughal kings, it is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern half of the country. Currently the second largest metropolitan here, it includes 12 sub-cities, each narrating a tale of its own and providing us with the most diverse accumulation of people and culture around. Delhi has a stark contrast combining the ancient and the modern, Old and New Delhi, and yet, the two seamlessly manage to combine. Each reflects the images of the past and the present. A cosmopolitan hub, the capital city of India, is known for its varied diversities.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, renovated as recently as 2010 is a stunning piece of architecture, that looks spectacular from afar and can seat as many as 60,000 spectators.