Photo of the Day: Unsweetened Jalebis from Old Delhi

Jalebis are a popular dessert in north India - they are deep fried, sweetened, high calorie, finger licking and best had hot. However, you...

Delhi 101: #24 They all rest in peace here – Nicholson’s...

The Nicholson’s Cemetery is one of the earliest British cemeteries in India, named after General John Nicholson who died in the Great Revolt of...

Delhi 101: #27 Take a walk down Mehrauli Village

In the beginning Delhi was Mehrauli. When new cities like Jahanpanah, Siri and other subsequent ones came up, this became the old city. When...

Review: Zangoora, playing at Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon

Think Bollywood. What kind of imagery comes to your mind? Music, colours, costumes, drama, emotion - it is a kaleidoscope of entertainment like none...

Delhi 101: #28 Kinari Bazaar – Where colours change with seasons

Most of what glitters is not gold here, but this is where you go to jazz up for any occasion. Royally. Shopkeepers trace Kinari Bazaar...

Delhi 101: #26 Bet no one tells you this one –...

Right, you would never guess this place exists. 99 percent of Delhites would not know of it either. And it is right behind the...

Delhi 101: #16 Humayun’s Tomb – For husband, with love!

The fifth Mughal emperor Shahjahan may be a hero to every romantic for building the Taj Mahal in the memory of his wife Mumtaz...

Photo of the Day: Shoe Seller in Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

This photo was taken near Jama Masjid in the Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi. It was taken during Ramadan (Ramzan) when shops are...

Delhi 101: #19 Fatehpuri Masjid – An Oasis of Silence

The Fatehpuri Masjid (Mosque) stands at the western end of Chandni Chowk, and is the most important mosque of old Delhi after the Jama...

Delhi 101: #13 Back to School – Hauz Khas

The following act starred Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1351 – 1388) who set up a Madrasa (an educational institution) called Madrasa-e-Feroz Shahi – and established...