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.
After putting my size 11 shoes on a puppy, nearly putting my foot on a pig while taking a photo of a cow and then seeing a man pulled out of a manhole cover, it’s easily to appreciate why keeping your eyes open and wits about you is important when walking around Delhi’s streets.
Had a bad day? Then why not pay to smash stuff up to calm yourself down? India’s first Break Room has opened up in Gurugram and promises you a smashing time.
Old shoes and flips flops hanging from cycle rickshaws and autos, green chillis and limes threaded together and adorning shop signs, aubergines placed around wedding gifts and black spots painted on the cheeks of babies. Wondering what on earth is going on? Here’s the answer
Most men don’t like talking to other men about what’s happening in their pants, but I needed to swallow my pride if I wanted to know what was happening here.
Yogi Vasanteao Kadam is a very versatile man to say the least. Watch him in action at action at last month’s Festival of Flower Seller.
Where there’s muck there’s brass (a British saying that means there is money to be made from other people’s rubbish), but realising wealth from waste is a really tough gig for many Dilliwalahs.