Difference Between Delhi and Mumbai
Delhi is the capital of India and is the largest city in the country. This is the second largest city in India in terms of population. Mumbai is the second largest city in India in terms of population.
Delhi has a total area of 573 square miles, while Mumbai has a total area of 169 square miles. Delhi is characterized by humid subtropical climate, while Mumbai is characterized by tropical climate. Mumbai has the cold season from December to February and the summer season from March to June. Mild winter begins in late November in Delhi and is the coldest in January. Delhi is very well known for fog in those months.
Delhi is the largest commercial center in northern India. Its economy is powered by the health, construction, telecommunications, power and public works. The economy of Mumbai is greatly influenced by the information technology, textile mills and diamond polishing. Mumbai has witnessed the fastest growth business in 2009. The Nariman Point in Mumbai is a well developed business area. It can be said that the Bombay Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange in India.
Mumbai has the distinction of being the biggest producer of films in India. Bollywood is the heart of the film industry in Hindi and Marathi. Delhi is rather known for manufacturing industry that has become faster in recent years. It has the largest market for consumers as well. Gurgaon is a satellite city of Delhi is considered an important economic hub in India.
Public transport in Delhi is provided by buses, rickshaws, autorickshaws and metro rail system. The Delhi Metro system is a system of rapid transit. Residents and tourists are well served by the metro rail system. The Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus is the busiest railway terminus of India. The Mumbai Metro is a system of rapid transit.
Residents and tourists are well served by the Chatrapathi Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. This is the main aviation hub in the city. Delhi is well connected by the Indira Gandhi International Airport that caters both domestic and international flights.
Delhi is home to several points of tourist interest such as Jama Masjid, Akshardham, Red Fort and Qutab Minar temple to mention a few. Mumbai has many places of tourist interest like Elephanta Caves, the Clock Tower of Rajab, and Juhu beaches Chowpathi. Students are well served by University Institute of Chemical Technology and the Indian Institute of Technology, in Mumbai and the Indian Institute of Technology, Jamia Millia Islamia and Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi.
It is interesting to note that Mumbai is connected by sea routes, while Delhi is not. Delhi has no beaches Mumbai has them. Delhi is a place of art and culture. The Mughal emperors contributed much to art and architecture. The crowd of tourists many monuments and buildings built during the Mughal period. Mumbai is the other place of Ajantha paintings and sculpture.