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Evershine city as the capital of India

Evershine City is the right place to be the capital of India. It is one mile away on the eastern side from Vasai Road railway station. It takes 25 minutes by train from Borivali to Vasai Road.

Delhi was not always the capital of India. Pataliputra was the capital of Magadha Empire. No dynasty ruled from Delhi for a long time. From 1206 to 1526 Slave, Khilji, Tughlak and Lodhi dynasties ruled from Delhi. Babur founded the Mughal Empire in 1526. Humayun succeeded in 1530. Sher Khan defeated him in 1540. Humayun returned in1555 and died in 1556. Akbar tried Fatehpur Sikri as capital and later made Agra the capital of Mughal Empire. Shah Jahan made Delhi his capital. He was overthrown in 1558 and spent last eight years of his life as a prisoner in Agra Fort. The Mughal Empire disintegrated after the death of Aurangzeb in 1707. The British Empire in India began with Calcutta as its capital. Simla was the summer capital. Freedom Movement in Bengal made the British to shift their capital to Delhi. The announcement was made in 1911. New Delhi was built. The Governor General shifted to Delhi in 1931. In 1932 Aden was separated from India. In 1937 Burma was separated from India. In 1947 British rule in India came to an end and Pakistan was separated from India.

Today India faces separatist movements in Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and Tripura. Naxals hold sway over large parts of territories in Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.

Making Evershine City the capital of India can reverse the trend of disintegration. The bungalows and flats of MPs in Delhi can be sold for large sums and flats in Evershine City can be acquired for comparatively low sums. The Government will make lot of money. During winter there is fog in Delhi and flight and train schedules are affected. Headquarters of many Central Government institutions are in Bombay.

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