Delhi

Mar 012020
 
Free Download March 2020 Wallpaper Calendar - Sunder Nursery Delhi

 Download March 2020 Wallpaper Calendar – Spring Flowers at Sunder Nursery Delhi   Hello March, can you please delay the summers a bit? Even if by a few weeks that will be nice for we are enjoying the later rains and the blink and you miss spring of Delhi. Now theoretically Delhi has 4 seasons,  Summers, Winters, Spring and Rains but our spring is absent most years and winters have given way to an extended autumn thanks to global warming and the tonnes of polluted air and suspended particles in Delhi air. Anyways a discussion on changing climate is [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Feb 012020
 
Free Download February 2020 Wallpaper Calendar - Bombax Ceiba Announcing Spring in the City

February 2020 Wallpaper Calendar – Bombax ceiba Tree in Bloom   The February  2020 wallpaper calendar is here. The beauty of February is that it subtly announces that spring is just around the corner. The nights are still cold enough, and you want the late evening sunrays to caress you a little longer. While winter wants to stay a bit longer, summers are knocking on the door, February in Delhi is that brief spring about which many a poet has written about. The migratory birds are discussing when to start the return journey, the bulbul has started singing, and [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jan 112017
 
Holiday Diaries : Delhi To Shimla Road Trip

Reliving My Childhood On A Road Trip from Delhi To Shimla The best holiday, in my opinion, is a Road Trip with your family. Recently we went on a Road trip from Delhi to Shimla the Queen of hills and summer capital of British Raj in India. When I was in school Shimla, Mussoorie, Darjeeling and Ooty all claimed to be the queen of hills.  For depending on which part of the country you lived they were the favorite summer holiday destination for desi families.  I too have fond memories of visiting Shimla and Mussoorie as a child and also later during [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 292016
 
Gurgaon Food Freak & Gurgaon Home Chefs show a way of Community Service

Community Service using power of Social Media I first liked the idea of a chef when Richard Gere, tells Winona Ryder in “Autumn in New York” “Food is the only art that nurtures from within” or something similar for my memory is not what it used to be. Anyways if you are still here or back from searching for Winona Ryder let us get back to the blog post about “Home Chefs of Gurgaon” and the good work they are doing in more ways than one. So ever since that unforgettable dialogue in the totally forgettable movie,” Autumn In [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 252016
 
National Rail Museum Delhi

Clicking  History of Indian Railways with Mobile Phone National Rail Museum in Chanakya Puri, is such a hidden gem of Delhi that literally thousands past just next to it every day yet few visit it.  Nestled in the diplomatic hub of Delhi, just off the tony Shanti Path, right next to Embassy of Bhutan is this gem of a museum where one of the most important unifying forces of India, as we know today, is on display. With my ever-increasing fascination for trains, I am not sure how many times I have been to National Rail Museum in Chanakya Puri, [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jun 282016
 
A Ramazan Walk at Jama Masjid Delhi with Navina Jafa

Jama Masjid Delhi – Ramazan Walk This post is about my recent Visit to Jama Masjid Delhi  for Ramazan walk and photography in the area. The moment we say Delhi 6 fragrant nostalgia bubble wrapped in exotica overcomes our senses. The moment I say “ Let us go to Old Delhi “, my friends starts salivating at memories of street foods that we relished on our last visit to Chandni Chowk.  For the folks living in places like Gurgaon (recently sanskarised to  Guru Gram)  and Noida, the town that has no idea about its history starts imagining a wonderland. The [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jun 142016
 
So Delhi Confluence at The Lalit

 The Good, the bad and the best of So Delhi Confluence at The Lalit Delhi Blogging as a creative medium and career choice is still evolving in India. Blogging as a career option is still trying to find its feet on the ground with only a handful of bloggers in India making decent money from blogging. Whenever I attend any blogging event, the talk eventually moves to “How to Make Money from Blogging”. Now, this always makes me a bit uncomfortable as I never started blogging with the intention of making money. I still do not make much money blogging, [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Apr 202016
 
World Heritage Day Walk in Mehrauli with INTACH

INTACH Heritage Walk in Mehrauli Archaeological  Park April 18 is World Heritage Day, aka known as International Day for Monuments and Sites.  So desi Traveler went on his own little jaunt with INTACH Delhi Chapter for a little heritage tour of Mehrauli Archaeological  Park. Now this was not my first visit to Mehrauli, nor it will be last, for Mehrauli has more history per square meter than any other place in Delhi. And this history spans more than a thousand years from the Pre-Islam days in India to all the way to British times, all this you can cover in [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Mar 052016
 
Haveli Dharampura  Delhi 6

Delhi Gets her own Heritage Hotel – Haveli Dharampura They say there were seven cities of Delhi. I say there are 7 cities of  Delhi. For I am not talking about the city of Delhi that is now found in history books or in the ruins of forts, that were once cursed by Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia as Ya Rahe Ujar, Ya Basey Gujar” या रहे  उजड़ या बसे गूजर. The patron saint of Delhi was upset with the mighty Emperor because he was diverting laborers from a step well that the saint was building towards the Tughlakabad fort. Emperors, plunderers [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Feb 142016
 
A Visit To Mughal Garden Rashtrapati Bhawan Delhi

 Your Complete Guide To  Visiting Mughal Gardens Delhi Loverboy Shahzada Salim had just taken over from Zille Subhani, the throne of Mughal Empire when the British were setting foot on Indian Soil. The poor British were in the awe of the great Mughal Empire but slowly set up their foot in India, nibbling bits and pieces of India till the last of the Mughal Bahadur Shah Zafar was sent to Rangoon, in an exchange scheme with the ruler of Burma who was exiled in Ratnagiri in Maharashtra in India. Even after the hostile takeover of the Delhi throne, the [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]