If you want to get to know Delhi, its history, its people and its yummy street food, here’s ten excellent ways to explore the city.
This long strip of a street running east to west from Aurobindo Marg towards Haus Khas Village Road, has a good selection of shops and a few extra special places that are worthy worth mention.
With 25 million people living across the Delhi NCR, securing a quiet green space all to yourself isn’t easy. But we’ve found some. Third in the series is a place that will take you to the top of the world.
There’s a never ending supply of festivals and celebrations in Delhi, so stripping this list down to just a dozen wasn’t easy. Here goes, these are the best of the best.
An Urban Village in the heart Delhi, Shahpur Jat is located near to the walls of the ancient city of Siri Fort. Home to fashion boutiques, upcoming eateries and other trendy shops, it’s a cool quarter for Delhi’s upwardly mobile.
With 25 million people living across the Delhi NCR, securing a quiet green space all to yourself isn’t easy. But we’ve found some: don’t tell everyone where they are. Second in the series is a little place near the Children’s Replica Museum, Siri Fort
When it comes to Ladakh there’s three things to talk about: breathtaking scenery, Buddhist monasteries and the brilliance of BRO who make this beautiful dry desert amusingly accessible.
Fab India has opened a five storey experience centre in the capital, there’s an Old Delhi Food Festival at the India Islamic Centre, the World Press Photo Awards come to the capital and there’s a whole host of other stuff on as we say farewell to spring. Get stuck in.