Yamuna river flowing in the northeast has made Delhi the heart of the country, a great city for centuries

Yamuna river is the most important for the status of Delhi’s major city status. Yamuna river flows north-east of Delhi. This situation is considered to be the most auspicious in Vastu. The northeast is called the north east. Due to the flow of large water sources, Delhi is always recognized as a major city.

Currently it is the capital of the country. In the Mahabharata period, Indrapastha used to be the capital of the Pandavas. The Mughals and other rulers also ruled the country from Delhi. The British also brought the capital of the country from Kolkata to Delhi in 1911.

In olden times, villages and villages were settled on the banks of rivers so that the adequacy of water resources would be maintained. Countries like Mathura, Kashi, Ujjain, Haridwar, etc. are many major cities which are situated on the banks of rivers.

Delhi is the best among all of these. The Red Fort was built in the south-west of the Yamuna. From this fort, the country was ruled for more than four decades. Presently, the main buildings of the capital Delhi are to the south-west of the river. Due to this, the status of Delhi has always been on the edge.

There is a law for the flow of clean water in the northeast. Yamuna will be as clean. It will be more beneficial for Delhi. Please tell here that Ujjain is a city as old as Delhi. But here the river Kshipra flows to the south-west. This is not considered auspicious coincidence. Therefore, even today Ujjain could not become a huge city despite being famous.

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