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'Prior to moving to Delhi I can safely say I was one of the worst hagglers and bargain hunters. Living in Delhi has toughened me up somewhat and taught me a thing or two about how to bargain with the best of them'.
It’s a ubiquitous phenomenon, a growing tribe. They are found everywhere and in all shapes and sizes. They cut across the lines of caste and class as if forming a united front to project the proverbial unity in diversity.
It is a common impression implanted in the minds of tourists, foreigners and those alien to the city that Delhi and New Delhi are two different cities altogether. Read on as we decode the mystery!
The capital of our incredible India, Delhi gives you a preview of the rest of the country with its melting pot of cultures. Anyone who lives here or has done so ever shares a love-hate relationship with the city.
India is a secular country & Delhi, being its capital, is a divine mix of all religions. You’d be amazed to find so many religious places for people of all faiths in one city. Follow us as we take you on a religious itinerary where you attain absolute peace and serenity.More info
There are always places in Delhi that are not too prominent, lie obscure and are off the map! In this listicle, we document off the beaten tracks for the tourist with a limited amount of time - go explore and discover something new!More info
While Delhi’s architecture reached the pinnacle of its glory under the Mughal rule, the preceding dynasties were not without their masters of building, leaving the city with a rich legacy of architectural jewels that defines its identity to this very day.More info