I stepped into this newly opened haat today; and the colors were like *splash* *splash* *woosh*. My country is vibrant! Have a look. 😉
Janmashmi is the birthday of lord Krishna and is celebrated with enthusiasm by the Hindus. This is the grand celebration of Janmashtmi in the first year of ISKCON temple, Dwarka (New Delhi). There is nothing that could well define my massive remorse because I forgot my DSLR home. Arrgh!
1. A scarf Or perhaps more than one! And this is not confined to ladies out there. If you are travelling to India you may realize that some of the places are really dusty. And that’s when your scarf stretches out for your help, you can wrap it around your face and head. It is… Continue reading 5 must-haves in your backpack on your trip to India.
Bargaining You are somebody who can bargain until you can get the stuff for free and feel like a king when in Sarojini nagar, Janpath or Palika market. You negotiate with brokers, traffic police, teachers (for the grades), auto drivers, property dealers and SHOPKEEPERS. Being a Delhi-ite, I sometimes catch myself snatching a Rs. 5… Continue reading 6 signs you are born and raised in Delhi