Delhi National Zoological Park- Nature’s small empire in the city

What strikes your mind when you give ears to the spell ZOO. Aren’t thoughts hover the mind with those assorted innocent emotions and feelings that already been wedded with the beautiful memories of childhood where we used to visit a specific place surrounded by patterned greenery. By gripping our parent’s fingers to watch the thrill…

Relatively obscure ruins of Delhi- Bijai Mandal & Begumpur Mosque

Amidst perching on the roof of this shattered dome I’m sailing in the feeling of how it was to be waking up to the chirping birds in the unsmoked air of the green surroundings under the sprightly blue sky over the heads of sporadic population in the Medieval era of the city currently known as Delhi….

Another Photowalk to Chandni Chowk-market full of life

“I’m content to stand on tradition. I’m even more content to wipe my feet on it.”- Aaron Allston.

Knowingly or unawared our roots still affiliating the richness of our traditions, old beliefs. Though today we are westernised, cultured, unlocked to new beliefs, globalised, embrace new ideas, matching our footsteps to the remaining world while on the other side wholeheartedly give respect to our values. As an Indian, this mash-up of impressions make us stand out from this world, such quint essential grip of both aspects can be seen anywhere in our country, but let elect Delhi (my birth place) as a specimen for now.

Photo walk- Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

Referring Delhi as a capital of India or a metro city by just focussing on the fast life and other high life problems without concentrating the real beauty of it’s heritage; definitely would not do the justice with the city. Among many jewels Humayun’s Tomb is one of the appealing monuments that sprinkle the Persian…