Delhi (locally pronounced Dillee or Dehli), officially, the NCT of Delhi is the largest metropolis by area and the second-largest metropolis by population in India. The region has been given special status of National Capital Region (NCR) in 1991. National Capital Region (NCR) urban area includes the cities Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Sonepat and Faridabad along with other smaller nearby towns.
The culture of Delhi has a strong association with the history of India since centuries. It is one of the largest metropolis of India are full with national heritage sites. It always remains in focus as the capital of India with political reportage on countrywide media agencies. It is the major hub for print, electronic, radio and web journalism. The people of the city are considered a most hospitable community of India. The people are advanced, always smiling, cheerful and eager to help. Dehli is a multi-linguistic and multicultural city of India.
One of the commendable qualities of Dillee people is that they take life as it comes without leaving any chance of merriment. They are known for celebrating each occasion, festival, New Year and marriages. In the city, marriages are lavish, grand, and lively, filled with cultural hues. The variety of religion and castes in the city add more flavor to the marriage ceremonies. Each religion, community and caste residing in Dehli follows their own tradition and beliefs. Music and dance forms integral part of any wedding ceremony. People these days prefer to engage a professional who performs theme based music and dance depending on choice and liking of the matrimonial family. This enhances the festive mood of the bride, groom and their invitees. Delhi marriage is great fun and immense pleasure to watch.