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10 Reasons why Sooner or Later you will leave Delhi

Delhi, the capital city of India is one of the most populated cities in the country, despite the fact that it is considered as one of the most miserable places to live in. Only those people who live here can realize how tough life can be out here, yet they hate to love the city.

Here are 10 reasons why sooner or later you will leave Delhi:

1. It is overcrowded.

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The worst thing about Delhi is that it is so overcrowded that it can make even the boldest of all feel claustrophobic. Wherever you go in this sinful city, bus stands, railway station or metro station, you will find hordes of crowds everywhere.

2. Delhi is a dirty place.

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Heaps of garbage and dirt are a common sight in the city, with even the best areas of the city having them spread here and there. And so are stray dogs and cows, which go about defecating on the roadsides. Unpleasant stench and swarming flies are seen around the dirt scattered around.

3. People here are always in a hurry.

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People in the city always seem to be on the go, which makes Delhi full of life, all day and all night. The tireless traffic and pollution sometimes makes it difficult to breathe in the dirty city air, which is all the more reason why you will leave the city sooner or later.

4. Bad traffic sense.

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Another reason why life in Delhi is like hell is its bad traffic sense. Honking horns, vehicles emitting smoke and traffic moving just out of nowhere, make driving on Delhi roads really tough and time consuming. The accident rate in the city is high too and medical aid in case of fatalities is absolutely minimalistic.

5. Extreme weather.

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The weather of Delhi is extremely harsh and unpredictable, with extreme conditions in both winters and summers. While Delhi summers are scorching hot, the winter fog can make life really tough for school going kids as well as office goers, due to extremely low visibility in the early mornings.

6. Delhiites lack in manners.

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Delhi people lack in manners, which is another reason why sooner or later they would like to move out from Delhi. It is quite common to find people spitting paan and tobacco around the roads, as well as throwing around empty packets and garbage, at any place other than the dustbin.

7. High cost of living.

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Delhi is one of the most expensive cities in the country, with extremely high cost of living. Food is expensive in the city, and so is accommodation, education as well as transportation. This is why it is really tough for lower income group to survive in this city.

8. Delhi is the city of scams.

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Corruption and scam is the second name of Delhi and the city is famous for never ending scams, with tourists being victimized in particular, by the con artists of the city. The taxi drivers, auto drivers and tourist guides, all get easy targets in gullible tourists.

9. Every day is a struggle.

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Whether we talk about electricity, water supply, to and fro transport or anything else, life in Delhi is an endless struggle for people. Living here is nothing less than a survival issue, with people awaiting every relaxed moment as something to be cherished.

10. High crime rate.

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The recent surge of crime against women in the city has made Delhi a living hell, particularly for women and young girls. It is hard to imagine that wives, sisters and daughters of the city cannot move around freely, for the fear of being raped and thrown away like a used tissue paper.

Despite so many reasons for being hated, Delhi is still loved by its citizens. The city abounds in vitality and vibrancy, yet sometimes scares with its deafening pitches and fearful sounds. Still, these are reasons enough why sooner or later you will want to leave Delhi.

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About Divya Marwaha

“I did not choose writing, writing chose me,” this is what Divya says about her recent start-up as a content writer. Getting back to work after a long gap of 14 years was a tough job indeed, particularly when it came to making a career choice. She was a teacher before getting married, but had to quit on account of domestic responsibilities. Now, with her kids all grown up, she found it right to turn back to her first-love, her passion- writing. She simply wanted to do something she loved. Juggling between her roles as a dedicated home-maker, a doting mother and an aspiring writer is no easy task, but she loves every moment of it. And she believes that your attitude is reflected in your writing and that you need not look up to others for inspiration, it is best if it comes from within your own self.

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