Delhi 101: #7 Cursed abode of Jackals and Gujjars Tughlaqabad Fort

This is a classic case of operation successful, patient dead. The Tughlaqabad Fort, the citadel of the 3rd city of Delhi, is the most...

Delhi 101: #4 Surreal show in the basement tomb – Sultan...

The Sultan Garhi tomb is known to be the oldest surviving resting place for anyone in Delhi. The basement with three graves is usually...

Delhi 101: #3 The Iron Pillar – Go figure its dimensions!

The wonders around Qutab Minar (itself a wonder) never cease. Take the case of the Iron Pillar located in the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque compound. This...

Delhi 101: #2 Still looking for answers – Qutab Minar

Pisa in Italy has its Leaning Tower, Paris its Eiffel Tower and Delhi its Qutab Minar – the branding of these cities are all...

Delhi 101: #1 And history changed forever…Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque

The Delhi we know today had its foundations laid in A.D.1191-92 when Mohammed Ghori of Ghazni in central- east Afghanistan defeated Prithviraj Chauhan, the...

Delhi 101: A City of a Thousand Images

A character sketch of Delhi is made up of a thousand heads. And they all jostle on a dynamic canvas. In the process, some pop...

Delhi 101: Welcome to Delhi…or is it Dihli, Daidala, Dilli or...

What is in a name? A lot if it is a matter of identity and history. Leading to the toponymy of the city being full of...

Strolling the Aravallis with Club Kunzum + Geck & Co Adventurers

Club Kunzum and Geck & Co Adventurers, bring you a chance to explore the natural beauty of the forest cover the capital once boasted...

Delhi: Enjoy the weekly Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah

Chand Nizami, Shadab Nizami and their group of Qawwals have a special gift from God, or Allah. When the start singing their Qawwalis, the...

Photo of the Day: Steam Engine at National Rail Museum, Delhi

Symmetrical designs, kaleidoscopic in nature, dominate the front face of beautifully preserved Steam Engines at the National Rail Museum located at Shanti Path, Chanakyapuri,...