You must have seen these kids if you have been to Signature Towers in Gurgaon. They will perform stunts for you while you wait for traffic light to turn green. They may not be the cutest kids you have seen, but she sure has some talent and a flexible body. I always wonder what heights such talent on the sides of the roads can achieve if they get the right training and exposure… #Talent #Delhi #India #Skills #Street #Stunts #Dancers
When you arrive at the Lucknow Railway Station, a big sign which says, Muskuraiye, kyonki aap Lucknow mein hain (Smile, because you are in Lucknow), and the friend who came to receive you will welcome with a warm smile and a polite embrace. But when you arrive at Delhi Railway Station or Airport, your good old friend will welcome you with a loud scream, Aagaya Oye Bhenc**d!!! (So you have arrived sister f*cker!), a common friendly abusive gesture of deep love! A very common a
I wanted to give a corny headline, that’s it. I have no intentions to write a mellow drama, over hyped, over-acting star studded post for today 😉 Delhi now has a lot of expats who have chosen Delhi as their base. With lots of multinational companies coming up in Delhi, the no. is increasing day by day. While most of my expat friends find the place weird – yet they love it… some people I know can go on and on and on against it. I personally don’t like to hear too much bad abo
I wanted to write about Ramadan or today, but when I noticed this picture – I thought, I must post it a couple of days before the Independence Day. Surprisingly this time, I haven’t seen much of celebration and usual tricolor decorations in the markets. Even on the red lights this year, the beggars-cum-flag sellers are much lesser than last year. Is it the newspapers, Radio & TV news channels? The way they are always complaining about the govt. and questioning even the good d
While our shameless leaders will be happy if the Common Wealth Games are spoilt, I revisited some of my recent archives where I found this bunch of people who live by the road and work as daily wagers in Delhi. They all are from the state of Bihar, one of the under developed and poorer states of India. As usual we have a few criminals and politicians to blame for their condition, but what I really like about these men is – They live in a foreign land – far away from their hom
I met Suresh and his friends outside a Metro Station recently, he is from a small village near Bangalore. He was chilling with them after enjoying a metro ride. Suresh landed in Delhi recently in hope of finding some work to support his family back in the village. Every year, Delhi welcome millions of migrant workers from all over India, Nepal and Bangladesh. With over 21.7 lakh migrants came to Delhi in the last decade, making us the biggest host to migrants in North India.