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Must eat – Legendary Mughal special flatbreads in Old Delhi

Selecting right bread as an accompaniment to a dish is as important as infusing the dish itself. This dining essential is known to be introduced by Mughals to the foodie city of Delhi. Here are some selections from the local baker’s menu which you must try. Take your pick Sheermal/Bakarkhani/Laal Roti : Not to be confused with Lucknow’s sheermal or Kashmir’s bakarkhani, this sweet and ...

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Top 5 monsoon chai time snacks but only if you have it from Vyapaar Kendra

Gurgaon’s Vyapaar Kendra is known as a hub of every day needs, but this place is also quite popular for the finger-licking chai time snacks. Here’s our top picks for the season: Mixed Pakore: Where? Sham sweets, Shop no. 54, Ground Floor   Jalebi Where? Alwar Sweets, GF-40, Opposite Mother Dairy   Kathi Rolls Where? The Kathi Rolls, Shop 135, Ground Floor   Steaming ...

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Set a style statement starting from Rs.10!

We Delhiites love shopping, and literally anything and everything that can add to our fashion statement. So, this monsoon season, how about some colorful bangles to complement your truly distinct style statement. Here’s a guide to Delhi’s famous 5 markets that sell almost any colour and designs that would go with your outfit. Churi-walan, Old Delhi: Experiment with the most beautifully carved ...

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State of Art! 7 must shop state Emporiums in Delhi

Set perfect as string of pearls these treasure-filled state emporiums are perfect to take you on a shopping tour of India. Not only they can keep you busy for hours but right from cotton kurtas to stone carvings you can get it all, right here in Delhi. At Baba Kharak Singh Marg, bang opposite the famous Hanuman Temple, there are ...

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London, Singapore stop bragging, make way for the ‘Delhi eye’!

What is it? 20 minutes of Dilli Darshan on India’s highest giant wheel. Experience bird view of Delhi and its monuments from a 200-foot-tall giant wheel . Must spot? Lotus Temple, Akshardham and Humayun’s Tomb and even a glimpse of Connaught Place. Where? Kalindi Kunj Park, Okhla. Price? INR 250 per head Timings? 1:00 PM onwards

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