Doors, as we all know, are generally the entrance to and from a building, but also the last line of defense to protect a family, but among them, in addition to these roles, did you know that in fact the door is also a dividing line, there is such a door in the world, it is not only erected separately, but also split a city, one side of the city is extremely poor the other side is extremely rich, and this is the Delhi Gate.
Located in India, Delhi Gate is an extremely well known building in India, it is a landmark of New Delhi and serves as the dividing line between New Delhi and Old Delhi.
This gate originated in the last century, when India was still a British colony, the British colonists moved the capital of India from Calcutta to Delhi, and also established a new city in the south of Delhi, but in the north but remain the same, and later people in order to distinguish between the two places, so one called New Delhi and one called Old Delhi, and which although there is a clear dividing line, but the local people still like to take Delhi Gate as the dividing line between Old and New Delhi.
Because New Delhi has developed so well, it has led to more and more people only know New Delhi, so Delhi is also changed to New Delhi. In India, we know that Mumbai has a huge gap between the rich and the poor, with the richest people in India living on one side and the largest slum area in India on the other.
In the south of Delhi, New Delhi is the seat of the capital city government, and the people who live here are rich, and there are countless high-rise buildings, but in the north of Delhi, it is the old city of Delhi, although it has the original appearance of Delhi and various monuments, but it is actually a slum area, and the people who live here have to struggle for the next meal every day, and even the people in the north also treat the garbage produced by the people in the south as a treasure, hoping to find good things from it.
So, you can see how cruel this city is, and this cruel distinction is actually just a door.