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Olivia Bartholomew

Mrs. Newman
Human Geography C Block
May 28, 2014
Bibliography
"About Our Honorable Lieutenant Governor." Government of Delhi. Accessed May 22, 2014.
http://delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/DoIT/delhi+govt/aboutgov/about+lt+gov.
This is an website of the government of Delhi. This shows the leaders in charge of this
government. I will use this website to show the leaders in the government of Delhi.

AP. Meanwhile, pre-monsoon light to moderate showers are expected to commence over Delhi
and other parts of north-west India during the next three days. Photograph. The Indian
Express. 2014. Accessed May 19, 2014.
http://static.indianexpress.com/pic/uploadedImages/bigImages/B_Id_393321_delhi_mons
oon.jpg.
This image shows four men and woman being directly affected by the yearly monsoon.
This image will help me show the climate of Delhi.

Bahai Temple - Delhi. Photograph. Pheobettmh Travel. Accessed May 22, 2014.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wIYYAh4Tk-
I/TaxYytN0znI/AAAAAAAAAQ8/9DqPyOYaS4g/s1600/Bahai+Temple_Delhi.jpg.
This is an image of the Bahai Temple ("Lotus Temple") in Delhi. I am using this image
so that I can show a picture of one of the many sacred sites in Delhi.

Bailey, Stephen. This is the inside view of Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
Photograph. Rent Auto Bus. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://www.rentautobus.com/upload/images/tinymce/Indira-Ghandi-International-
Airport-in-Delhi.jpg.
This is an image of the Indira Gandhi International Airport. I can use this photo to show
the different types of transportation in Delhi.

A Busy Street, Old Delhi. Photograph. Poras Chaudhary. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://cdn.c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000n9k2V3At.h8/s/900/900/A-Busy-Street-Old-
Delhi.jpg.
This image is of a busy street in Old Delhi. I can use this photo to help represent the
overcrowding of the city.

Delhi City Map. Photograph. Travel India Guide. Accessed May 19, 2014.
http://www.travelindia-guide.com/maps/umarkmap/delhi_delhi-city-map_irra2.JPG.
This image is a current map of Delhi. I will use this image to help show the land growth
of Delhi.

Delhi - Most urban in India (93.2% in 2001). Photograph. Cool Geography. Accessed May 20,
2014. http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/A-
level/AQA/Year%2012/Population/Rural%20urban%20populations/Delhi_population_py
rmid.JPG.
This image is a graph of gender and age ratios of Delhi. I will use this image to help
explain the ratios of age and gender of Delhi

Delhi, 1893. Photograph. Roots Web. Accessed May 19, 2014.
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~poyntz/India/images/Delhi1893.jpg.
This image is a original map of Delhi in 1893. I can use this photograph to help show the
spread of the city.

Delhi Pollution. Photograph. The Wall Street Journal. December 19, 2013. Accessed May 19,
2014. http://s.wsj.net/public/resources/images/OB-
VH635_ipollu_G_20121109032719.jpg.
This image shows a young boy being covered by the thick air pollution in Delhi. This
image will help me represent the environmental concerns in Delhi.

Department of Planning , Government of NCT of Delhi, India. "Economic Survey of Delhi 1999
- 2000." Government of NCT of Delhi. Last modified March 23, 2014. Accessed May 6,
2014.
http://delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/DoIT_Planning/planning/economic+survey+of+deh
li/content/demographic+profile.
Delhi is a unique city in its characteristics of age, density, literacy and population. This
government website show charts of age distribution, density and population. This general
source is important, because it showed the human statistics of Delhi.

DTC New TATA Non AC buses. Photograph. Wikipedia. March 30, 2014. Accessed May 20,
2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:DTC_Bus_Green_Non_AC.jpg.
This is an image of a public bus in Delhi. I will use this photograph to show the different
types of transportation.

Dutta, Diptendu. Indian women smear colored 'gullal' power on each other's faces as they
celebrate Holi in Allahabad on Feb. 28. Holi, also called the Festival of colors, is a
popular Hindu spring festival observed in India at the end of winter season on the last full
moon day of the lunar month, which usually falls in the later part of February or in
March. Photograph. The Sacramento Bee. March 1, 2010. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://media.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/photos/images/2010/mar10/holi_sm/holi21.jpg.
This is an image of women participating in the yearly Holi Festival in Delhi. I will use
this image to show the internal systems of Delhi.

Fran001@yahoo.com. Delhi Skyline. Photograph. Planetizen. February 21, 2013. Accessed May
19, 2014. http://www.planetizen.com/files/images/delhi%20skyline%20crop.jpg.
This is an image of a Delhi skyline. I will use this picture on the homepage of my
website.

Geneva. "Delhi's Air Among the Dirtiest in World: WHO Study." Hindustan Times (Delhi,
India), May 7, 2014. Accessed May 11, 2014. http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-
news/delhi-has-dirtiest-air-china-data-foggy-who/article1-1216605.aspx.
Delhi is one of the most heavily polluted cities on the world. This newspaper article is
important because it shows how many citizens are at risk to be sick in the city. This
newspaper source is the important as it shows the reason many citizens are ill of lung
related sicknesses.

"Government and Politics." Focus Delhi. Last modified 2010. Accessed May 28, 2014.
http://www.focusdelhi.com/government-and-politics/.
This website shows facts about Delhi. This article shows the structure of the government
in Delhi. I will use this article to help show how the government is set up.

Gower, Rob. Delhi Highway. Photograph. Road Less Travelled Blog. November 18, 2010.
Accessed May 20, 2014. http://www.roadlesstravelled.com.au/blogimg/delhi-
highway.jpg.
This is an image of a major road in Delhi. I can use this picture to show the different
types of transportation in Delhi.

The Hindu. "Civil society needs to protect natural resources." The Hindu (New Delhi, India),
February 25, 2008. Accessed May 13, 2014.
http://www.hindu.com/2008/02/25/stories/2008022552890400.htm.
Delhi is the source for India's shortage of natural resources. This newspaper article
discusses the ways in which environmentalist are trying to preserve the few resources
left. This newspaper article is important as it shows how the the Delhi metropolitan area
are using with natural resources.

. "Fall in Delhi Birth Rate Fails to Arrest Population Rise." The Hindu (New Delhi,
India), January 2, 2005.
http://www.hindu.com/2005/01/03/stories/2005010311230300.htm.
Delhi is growing more rapidly than most cities worldwide. This newspaper article is
important because it discusses the change in birth rates, death rates and the growth of
Delhi healthcare. This newspaper source is important, because it is showing the
development of the city.

IANS. "52 Percent of Delhi Lives in Slums, Kids Malnourished." Thaindian News, December
17, 2009. Accessed May 11, 2014. http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/health1/52-
percent-of-delhi-lives-in-slums-kids-malnourished-lead_100290887.html.
The government Delhi struggles with helping their citizens in poverty. This newspaper
article shows that many lower class families that have children who are malnourished and
the spread of disease in these lower class areas. This newspaper article is important
because it shows the economic of status for most Delhi citizens.

Indiaonlinepages.com. "Population of Delhi 2014." India Online Pages. Last modified 2014.
Accessed May 16, 2014. http://www.indiaonlinepages.com/population/delhi-
population.html.
Delhi has an extremely rapid population growth. In the mid 1990s the population jumped
90%. This website helped me know about the population growth of Delhi by years.

The Jama Masjid during the Delhi Durbar. Photograph. 1877. National Gallery of Modern Art,
in The Caravan. Accessed May 19, 2014.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_oJ78dkYkLUI/TPYXSnbg5MI/AAAAAAAAAOs/Q1MjCyH
El0c/s1600/7.jpg.

Kalia, Ravi. "New Delhi." Encyclopedia of India. Ed. Stanley Wolpert. Vol. 3. Detroit: Charles
Scribner's Sons, 2006. 234-236. World History in Context. Web. 6 May 2014.
Delhi has exceeded its original plan of size and population. This encyclopedia explains
the rapid growth of the city. This encyclopedia is important, because it shows how cities
can change from their original plans.

Kanojia, Sanjay. A dog scavenges in the polluted waters of the Ganga River at Sangam in
Allahabad on April 14, 2013. Photograph. The Weather Channel. April 17, 2013.
Accessed May 20, 2014. http://shipbright.wordpress.com/2010/02/08/holy-water-holy-
river-the-ganges-the-goddess-of-purity-is-not-well-tibetan-plateau-series-4/.
This is an image of pollution in the Ganges River. I will use this photograph to show how
poor the natural resources near and around Delhi are.

The Lotus Temple in Delhi - which is a Bahai place of worship. The temple receives 8000 to
10,000 visitors each day. Photograph. Indian Ink. September 29, 2011. Accessed May 20,
2014. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-pwylbSLH7pU/ToRIIxA-
EQI/AAAAAAAAACg/FnlMblGDujM/s1600/Sept+23+Lotus+Temple+and+Swaminara
yan+Akshardham+Temple+004.JPG.
This is an image of a tourist in front of the Bahai Temple. I can use this image to head the
page of a three day itinerary throughout Delhi.

The North Block. Photograph. Wikipedia. May 20, 2014. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Delhi_India_Government_.jpg.
This is an image of the Secretariat building in Delhi. I can use this image to show
government buildings in Delhi.

The Northern Grid has collapsed again. This time, along with the Eastern and North Eastern
Grids. This means that after the massive blackout of Monday, north India is powerless
again today. As are states in eastern and North eastern India. A total 600 million people
are affected. Early estimates say it could take up to 12 hours for power to be fully
restored everywhere. Photograph. Sahil Online. July 31, 2012. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://www.sahilonline.org/news/2012/jul12/150723delhi_metro_train.jpg.
This is an image of a metro train in Delhi. I can use this image to show different types of
transportation in the city.

Ram, Vernon. "Delhi." In Encyclopaedia Britannica, by Encyclopaedia Britannica. N.p.: n.p.,
2014. Accessed May 8, 2014. http://school.eb.com/levels/high/article/106172#.
Delhi is a former province of Britain that is extremely hot and dry city and it's economy
is based from manufacturing and trade. This general source is important is at gave me
historical, scientific and economic details of Delhi.

Ramachandran, Smriti Kar. "Sanitation, Hygiene Services Almost Nil in India." The Hindu
(India), July 28, 2012. Accessed May 11, 2014.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/sanitation-hygiene-services-almost-nil-in-
india/article3695716.ece.
Delhi struggles with maintaing their sanitation and sewage. This newspaper article
discusses the poor conditions of which some people live in the slums of Delhi. This
newspaper article shows how much change the government of Delhi must do to upgrade
its sanitation issues in the slums.

Staying at. "Religious Places in Delhi." Staying at. Accessed May 6, 2014.
http://www.stayingat.com/india/delhi/tourist_spot/religious_places_delhi.htm.
Delhi is the home to famous sacred sites of all religions. This website discusses the
different places of worship that are found in the city. This source is important to me as it
shows the vast range of religions that are practiced in the city.

"Three Day Itinerary." Delhi Tourism. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://www.delhitourism.gov.in/delhitourism/itinerary/three_day_itinerary.jsp.
This website shows a three day itinerary in Delhi. This itinerary includes monuments and
sacred sites to visit. I will use this itinerary to help base my own itinerary of Delhi.

Transed 2012. "Delhi - Your Host City." Transed 2012. Last modified 2012. Accessed May 6,
2014. http://www.transed2012.in/Delhi/M__41.
Delhi is a city which contains many languages, religions and demographics. This website
discusses the different typed of languages religions and demographics of Delhi. This
source is important to me as it shows me the variety of characteristics which make Delhi
so unique.

When we first saw the governments scheme to install GPS/GPRS devices in all autorickshaws
of Delhi, we thought it was a pie-in-the sky dream. But when we dug deeper, what came
out was pure 24 carat muck. Photograph. Nyayabhoomi. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://www.nyayabhoomi.org/images/autorickshaws/auto_for_gps_page.jpg.
This is an image of auto rickshaw. I can use this photograph to show the different types
of transportation.

Whereincity.com. "Delhi History." Where in City. Accessed May 20, 2014.
http://www.whereincity.com/india/delhi/delhi-history.php.
This website explains the history of Delhi. I learned about how Delhi became the capital
of India. This website will help me explain the political structure of Delhi.