Old Delhi’s jammed pack with history and stories and some super sweethouses. Here’s five that should be on your hit list in the walled city
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.
Namaste New Delhi blogs about events and activities on a weekly basis, but make sure you check out these other sites to find out what’s happening in the city.
From Bollywood blockbusters through to the best of international cinema, Dilliwalahs are spoilt for choice when it comes to movie halls, expansive film festivals and eclectic film clubs.
There’s not a minute to spare when there’s so much going in the city at spring time. Dive inside this week’s edition of Delhi Diary and decide where you going to go to have some fun in the sun. No need for an intro this week, let’s get straight into it…… Mughal Gardens are open…
After spending five years in the maintenance shed the world record breaking Fairy Queen is back on the tracks and picking up passengers in Delhi. If you want a ticket move quick: there’s only a few available.
A new sweet house in Old Delhi is showing established traders a thing or two when it comes to making the seriously good sweets. If you love jalebi and gulab jamun, get yourself down to Sultan ji’s where they’re given a magical MP mawa makeover.