Foodyatra: The Charm Of Old Delhi During Ramadan.

We took to the streets of Old Delhi at 7:45 pm and as expected, we were greeted by a cacophony of horns; the labyrinth of narrow streets teeming with families and tourists. A first of its kind for me, the diverse variety of street food that was on offer was truly remarkable.
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Begging- A Social Problem In India?

Begging. It is one the social ills that our country has had to face because of its unprecedented rise in population over the past decade and subsequently a lack of job opportunities. All of this collectively adds up and a majority of the population resort to ‘begging’ in order to sustain themselves.

The Temple Architecture Of Bishnupur, West Bengal.

Located in West Bengal, Bishnupur is a village which is rich in terms of temple architecture and has been documented extensively by historians, architects as well as archeologists. This village in the Bankura District has numerous temples scattered all across it, terracotta being the main component of building construction.

Food All The Way!

I’m happily committed to food, are you? Read on to find out more!

Blog Review!

‘At the end of season, the field next to my house is completely lit on fire as they burn it completely to chars each year. I guess it gets the soil ready for another harvest. I’m not science geek, but know enough to know all the burning can’t be good in a country that has such pollution already.’

India: A Graveyard For Athletes?

“If you want to be the best, you have to do things other people aren’t willing to do.” This motto followed by undoubtedly the greatest Olympian of the Modern Games: Michael Phelps, holds utmost importance in the field of sport, especially in a global event as that of the Olympics wherein athletes from all around…