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.
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. First up, it’s Safdarjung’s Tomb
Food festivals aren’t just for adults. Kids Culinaire is one that’s designed for kids and the great news is it’s taking place in the capital next month.
Keep to your exercise regime in January, so you can reward yourself at these four food festivals in February. Yum. Lets eat.
Delhi is busy, bustling and packed with people, so make sure you get away from the concrete to take in some of the city’s great green spaces. Here’s five great green spaces we reckon you should check out.
A popular place with Delhi’s diplomatic community living in and around Chanakyapuri, Nehru Park is named after the first Prime Minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru. It’s got grassy knolls, running tracks, a bit of art and is home to great events in the winter months.
Inaugrated by Shri V V Giri, the Vice President of India in 1969, Yaswant Place is a complex that is starting to show its age. Brutalism has its fans, but maintenance is important when it comes to making a shopping complex made out concrete remain appealing.