Finding out what’s happening when and where isn’t always easy, but every State has a tourism department that has information about what’s wonderful in its state and why tourist should plan a trip. Here’s the complete list.
If you want to know what a post is really like, then check out what’s been written independently by expats posted to different parts of the world.
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.
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.
Facebook can a good friend for expats looking to hear about the experiences and insights of other expats. Here’s some groups offering hints and tips on a range of topics, from flats and furnishing to food and fun stuff.
India can be a culture shock when you first arrive. If you looking to connect with other expatriates for advice, friendship and some fun, these groups and networks could be just what you want.
Located south of Lodi Road on Second Avenue, Khanna Market is one long strip of a street where the shops and stores stock almost everything you need (and a little bit more).
Travelling by car is cheap, but Indian roads can be physically and mentally tiring. Take your time, pack some common sense and some excellent road trips await. Many people employ or hire drivers, but driving around yourself shouldn’t be feared. I’ve been behind the wheel for a while now and I’m loving it. There have…
Introducing India’s big five domestic airlines and what they can offer you
India is massive. There’s so much to do it’s difficult to know where to start. Here’s four travel tips to help when planning a trip.
This scam concerns convenience stores, paddling bills and weights and measures. Wondering what it is? Read on.
This scam is once again about the autowallah. Travelling by auto is convenient and fun, but getting an autowallah to agree a fair price can be quite a task.
This posts focuses in on travel at New Delhi Railway Station and men that are nothing to do with Indian Railways wanting to see your ticket. Wondering why? So are we.
This scam is all about shopping at Dilli Haat, but which one will you be taken too?
This scam involves overly helpful young men and shops pretending to be something that they are not.
It’s closed today is a popular scam played by autowalahs and involves toursit sites, shops and opening hours.
There’s lots to think about when touching down in Delhi and India for the first time. Here’s ten tips for new arrivals in Namaste New Delhi’s little survival guide.
In 2015 Delhi won the dubious award as the worst city in the world for PM2.5 pollution. The Indian capital didn’t perform quite as (un)impressively when it came to PM10s, but still scored well enough (or is that badly) enough to achieve a throat clearing 7th in the world rankings.
This is the closest market for the diplomatic crowd living in Chanakyapuri.It’s not a market that will bowl you over, but it offers bit and pieces that make life a little bit easier.