Sultanpur Majra has a total population of 1,81,554 and ranks 103rd in term of Hindi speakers. Sultanpur Majra is a city of North West Delhi district. Major employment in North West Delhi district is in Metal, Electronic, ITES, Handicraft, Government, and in Chemical industry. Out of entire workforce, 95% are employed in the above mentioned Industrial segment, 3% Household workers and remaining 2% Agriculture workers. North West Delhi is not a good agricultural belt because of the urbanization and industrialization. The Yamuna is the major river of this district. It is located 213 meters above sea level. The history of Delhi goes back to the pre-historic period from the various explorations and excavations in the region. PGW pottery also has been recovered from the old fort of Delhi. Indraprastha (modern Delhi) was the capital of Pandavas. During the Sultanate period, many architectural buildings came into existence. The Mughal kingdom was the golden era of Delhi from 1649 to 1857. After 1857 Delhi goes under the rule of British Empire. During the early 1900s, a proposal was made to the British administration to shift the capital of the British Indian Empire, as India was officially named, from Calcutta on the east coast to Delhi.