This is one of the modern jokes as far as Delhi is concerned. However, it is not true that Delhi is confined to agriculture when it comes to culture.
There’s everything for everyone. Be it filmmaking, Carnatic Sangeet, or anything, Delhi is high on culture. It is a fact that circumstances has made Delhi’s genteel Islamic culture out of the city, however there’s graceful exception, qawwali festival (largely created by a 13th-century Dilliwala, Amir Khusrau).
You can enjoy a late-winter highlight, which is the Jahan-e-Khusrau festival .
There are other attractions as well. As it is the capital of India, the very heart of it, there is no dearth of great big boxes full of culture. Mandi House Chowk is still one of the major centres pertaining to the performing arts in Delhi.
Built over an expanse of Sultanate tombs, Rabindra Bhavan is yet another marvelous place.Then there’s Siri Fort Auditorium built in the ’80s, which is simply a magnificent place.
Culture rings high when it comes to the Bharat Rang Mahotsav where great street play performers make us participate in the best-endowed theatre event of the year.
You can always check other fascinating cultural events such as a festival dedicated to Ibsen along with fine puppetry shows.
The awful Siri Fort auditoria redeem themselves earlier in the year, when they host Cinefan a rich festival of Asian and Arab film, which caps Delhi’s post-summer spate of film festivals (this month, keep tabs on the Public Sector Broadcasting Trust’s line-up of documentaries, www.psbt.org). For 10 days, Cinefan also creates a lively, inclusive social whirpool, easy for any visitor to slip into.
Culture of Delhi has also been inviting the new competitive advantage for shopping malls, which is going on a rapid scale. You can easily figure out in any of the glittering malls to enjoy your take. What’s more, there is an urban village of Hauz Rani, allowing you to enjoy the gutsy contemporary art in the country.