The 2010 Commonwealth Games are scheduled to be held in between 3 October and 14 October 2010 in New Delhi. The state is preparing for this upcoming Event to gratify the players as ell as the spectators ’. The opening ceremony is scheduled to be held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi.
2010 Commonwealth Games will be the most expensive Commonwealth Games ever held. US$ 1.6 billion is reported to be the total budget estimated for hosting the 19th Commonwealth. XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi will feature 17 sport and will be held at six venue clusters and five stand alone venues in Delhi. Ceremonies, Athletics, Lawn Bowls and Weightlifting will be held at Cluster I: Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex; Cycling, Gymnastics and Wrestling at Cluster II: Indira Gandhi Sports Complex; Archery (Qualification Rounds) and Table Tennis at Cluster III: Yamuna Sports Complex; Badminton and Squash at Cluster IV: Siri Fort Sports Complex; Hockey and Archery Finals (India Gate) at Cluster V: MDC National Stadium Complex; and Swimming and Boxing at Cluster VI: Talkatora Garden Complex.
October is the best time to travel to Delhi, which has average daytime temperatures of 22oC (71.5oF) in October. You can visit many of Delhi’s numerous heritage sites and monuments, sample world class cuisine and entertainment at the city’s numerous hotels and restaurants, shop till you drop at the various malls and shopping outlets the city provides, and experience all that this vibrant, exciting city has to offer. Delhi, the capital of India is already being blessed with infrastructural glamour. Common Wealth Game 2010 comes with an added feature in Delhi. Delhi is festooned with many international characteristics of a modern and well-planned city, which facilitates the Game. Beautification, transportation development, upgrading of many old structures are being taken up to improve the city. There are many hotels projects undergoing for accommodating the players and the visitors at best comforts.