5 Places in Delhi to Pick Up Best Street Fashion

“If you don’t believe in love at first sight, you have been shopping at the wrong places.” While Mumbai is the quintessential fashion hub for India, as fashion for common people go, Delhi holds a pretty strong presence, in terms of latest trends and style factor. If you have shopped in Delhi, chances are you’ll…

Food Walk in Old Delhi

Have you ever tried walking on the streets of Old Delhi? If you haven’t, check it out sometime. Beyond the metro station of Chowri Bazaar, lies a Delhi that is so unique that it will take your breadth away. On a rain -soaked afternoon, we were at Chowri Baazar, braving wettest of Delhi monsoon to…

Standing on Shifting Sands of International Women’s Day

The documentary, India’s Daughter, is something I can’t seem to forget, especially when the director of the film says, she did it for women, and meant it as a compliment to India. This feels kind of strange, watching long movie-minutes featuring a rape convict and his lawyers spew venom against the victim and every woman…

Living in Delhi, Is Saree Really Dead?

Is Saree so dead amongst Indian women,  especially the fashionable ones? It caught my attention when I read a Huffpost blog by Purba Ray, titled An Obituary For The Dear Departed Sari. Out of curiosity I shared the post on my Facebook page, with friends who at one time had shared my love for this amazing…

At New Delhi Palate Fest, For a Taste of Everything

The best part of staying in a city like Delhi is the numerous chances I get to do new things, explore new areas, and find out about new interests. In a way, this city is always thriving, always exciting for me. Last weekend I had gone to visit the New Delhi Palate Fest at Nehru Park…

At World Percussion Festival, Nehru Park, Delhi

Winter evenings in Delhi are often filled with a taste of culture. I remember a time when I was in Nehru Park watching the Jazz festival. And now I am here watching the World Percussion Festival.   The second year of the festival, this is the first time the festival is being held in Delhi.…

5 Reasons to Have a Green Diwali This Year

Have you ever thought that the amount of money you blow up on firecrackers during Diwali, India’s festival of lights, can actually feed a family of four for at least a day? This Diwali, here are my 5 reasons why you can make a difference to your neighbourhood and your environment: Stop Air Pollution Be…