One cold afternoon, The Delhi Walla went to Jantar Mantar after receiving a chain text message the day before on the cell phone:
Join citizens’ protest against the conviction of Dr Binayak Sen at 2.30 pm on December 27, Jantar Mantar. Read more
It’s mid-morning but it doesn’t matter to her. “Time doesn’t exist in my life,” says painter Usha Hooda as she dabs her brush in a heap of burnt sienna. Read more
The definitive Delhi guide for book lovers.
The book is not dead. Not in Connaught Place, central Delhi’s colonial-era shopping district. One winter afternoon, The Delhi Walla visited all the bookshops in the Inner Circle, Middle Circle and Outer Circle of Connaught Place. Read more
Nankhatai is like the Indian English – foreign influence slapped, beaten, fermented and baked by Indians till it gets desified. Read more
They say one of the greatest simple joys you can experience is to become a tourist in your own city. Read more