A 45 minute drive from Gurgaon to Chanakyapuri at an average of 60-70kmph was mind blowing. For someone visiting D
Common wealth games changed the face of landscape that once was
If there is one lesson for other Indian cities to learn from D
Shopping in the streets of Old
The Street food in Delhi:
The Bhutta in Mumbai is best eaten roasted smeared with nimbu, salt and red chilli powder.
The layers are plucked right before you , smeared with salt, kala namak ( not the bambiya red chilli powder and served hot. It does'nt matter that the weather is horrendously hot when the corn season is around.
Momo the steamed dumpling available in the veg and chicken varieties were initially introduced into the
Ah that was a delightful experience. Thank you Mr. Sridharan.
Ain’t any different from the
I boarded the Metro from Rajiv Chowk. Rajiv Chowk, the underground metro station in the heart of Delhi as a landmark never existed in the D
Not any more. It is still a shoppers delight but for just the ones who flock for the sake of nostalgia or the touristy crowd that swarms around over here before taking off to more exotic parts of india like Benaras and the Himalayas.
Delhi fills one with the hope that when the Bangalore and Chennai metro see the light of the day, they will put an end to our traffic woes and the roads would be less crowded, less dirtier, more greener and just as nostalgic as they once used to be. It has happened in other big cities across the world and it shall happen over here too.
Sometimes the never ending construction and exasperating traffic jams across