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A crowded, chaotic city, Dehli can be confronting for first timers, but rewarding nonetheless. It is a city saturated in history and culture, where grand British Colonial buildings stand alongside ancient Indian architecture; internationally renown cuisine is served from roadside vendors and suave five-star restaurants. Rickshaw around its modern buildings, vast slums, its massive forts, temples and mosques.