The India export business is a high volume trade. It sends Indian products to other countries for retail and wholesale commerce. Exports products include jewelry, crafts, and textiles. This method of trade provides millions of dollars in revenue for businesses in India every year. Businesses that use exports as part of the overall plan realize a heightened rate of success over competitors who do not use it.
India export jewelry items include cut and polished diamonds, gemstones, and gold. Export of these items is high volume because of the great desire for beautiful accessories in the countries that receive them. Craft items exported from India include hand printed textiles, art metal and wood handicrafts. Textiles are clothing items made of silk, wool, and cotton. These items are among the most popular.
Merchandisers may set up India export transportation via ship, airplane, or train. A train is the cheapest option for sending merchandise to a connecting country. Airplane shipments are the fastest method when sending small shipments; however, it is the most expensive method. Sending merchandise on a ship allows for larger volumes of items to be sent and it is a fairly affordable method.
The National Capital Territory of Delhi is a state of India situated in the north of the country, on the banks of river Yamuna, and includes in its territory the national capital city of New Delhi. With a current population of more than 22 million inhabitants, it is believed that the region was inhabited since the 6th century BC, serving as the capital of several empires and suffering numerous destructions and reconstructions throughout the years. It became part of the British Empire in 1857 and was for many years the center of British goverment in India until its independence in 1947.
The state is a paradise for tourism, as it can be found in its territory more than 1,000 historic buildings and nearly 200 monuments and sites of national interest. These include architectural wonders like the Red Fort, the Qutab Minar and the Humayun's Tomb, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and other monuments like the India Gate, the Jantar Mantar observatory and the Purana Qila fortress. Among the religious buildings stands out the Jama Masjid Mosque and the temples of Laxminarayan, Akshardham, Bahá'í Lotus and ISKCON with its modern architecture, while also can be found great examples of British colonial architecture as the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Secretariat Building, the Rajpath boulevard and the Parliament of India.
As a region with centuries of history, a great variety of Indian and international cuisines are mixed every day in Delhi, creating an unique style that has conquered the world with dishes such as kebab, biryani or tandoori. Others traditional dishes of the state are the aloo chaat, the dahi vada and the jalebi. Considered the commercial capital of northern India, the main economic activities in Delhi are related to the tertiary sector, with particular emphasis on industries such as information technology, retail, hotels, banking, tourism and media.