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You are tourist planning to visit Agra or Jaipur with just a stopover at Delhi because you think there is nothing worthwhile to explore in the city? All those who think that there is nothing to do or see in Delhi has either read the history or never have bothered to look beyond the surface of Delhi. Why? The reason could be lack of valuable information – whatever information one gets from the Internet is just about one part of the Delhi – the posh side of it.

But believe me there is definitely more to Delhi than just glitzy malls, and fast-paced cars and zooming metros. Delhi has an amazing history, with its historical monuments, art galleries, heritage buildings. Question is if there is so much more then why do tourists (both international and domestic) overlook this beautiful and historically rich city? The answer is as simple as the question – lack of proper information and this is where our new mobile app – DELHIPEDIA comes in.

With technology advancing people have become more Internet savvy and use their smart phones to browse people becoming more internet savvy and cashing on that trend is Twenty Four Frames Films, a Media Production House of young techies who have launched a mobile phone app called ‘DELHIPEDIA’. DELHIPEDIA is your one stop storehouse of anything and everything in Delhi – from its heritage monuments, crowd-happy bazaars, thriving cultural scene and platefuls of scrumptious food that binds all Delhiites together. The app will also let you plan your weekend in advance with it’s in depth information of what’s happening where.

Talking about the app, Arjun Pandey – one of the core members from DELHIPEDIA says, “DELHIPEDIA is a youtube channel and a digital magazine that would bring alive the true essence of Delhi and its magnificent culture. In a way DELHIPEDIA is an audio-visual encyclopaedia about the city and its hidden gems and unexplored sites.”

He further says that by downloading the app DELHIPEDIA one would get a one stop solution on anything and everything for anyone visiting the city either for the first time or a second time. “The application is an eye catcher and a visual library for those who are on the lookout for new things,” says Mr Pandey.

For more information on the app visit these

www.facebook.com/delhipedia

www.twitter.com/delhipedia

www.youtube.com/delhipedia

www.instagram.com/thedelhipedia

DELHIPEDIA is your best bet if you think that Delhi is only best for stopovers and there is nothing to see or explore in the capital city.

So download the app today and enjoy the various shades of city that makes it endearing!

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