In those days, one encountered many western tourists in Connaught Place and Janpath among whom ‘hippies’ were a class apart. They all wore colourful, though unusual clothes
The Delhi Public School is a conspicuous landmark on that segment of the Mathura Road which is bang opposite the imposing Oberoi Intercontinental Hotel. In our days, the flyover between the two buildings had not been built
I have some really fond memories of this shopping complex name Janak Place. It has always occupied a special place in my heart.
Delhi’s love for momos has already been well documented across a number of social media and blogging platforms. There are Momo Festivals being organised.
Thus, Delhi has a number of places where people can have fun by being themselves. It is time to say goodbye to posh and elegant looks for it is the right time to let your hair down and party like a pro.
Although photography was never my forte and I became the self appointed tour guide for our small group of three. Here are the pictures I took at Qutub Minar a UNESCO world heritage site.
Here are the Ten Offbeat Destinations in Delhi that you should definitely visit. We have put together a beautiful infograph to visually present the offbeat places in Delhi
If you want a night of mystical awakening amidst great food and ambiance, we suggest you visit the following restaurants in Delhi/NCR that host the best Sufi nights.
Mehrauli Street Food reflects a colourful past and never fails to amaze with its variety and appeal just like the neighbourhood with its many monuments
Delhi's Music - Delhi boasts of a rich tradition of music from the time of the Mughals to the modern day hip hop and rock and so it is perfect for music connoisseurs