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Delhi Then and Now
Delhi Then and Now
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A city of dreams and desires Delhi’s urban landscape is incomplete without the stones of seven ancient cities which give it a distinct meaning a distinct outlook. This modern city on the move the colors and digital vibrancy of the photographs capturing Delhi in all moods and moments is as imposing as the grand old structures of yesterdays. A twin city of Old World charm and new extravagance it has evolved through the ages and is looking forward to an era which will be remembered down the ages

About the Author (Delhi Now)

Dilip Bobb was a founder member of the team that launched India Today magazine and established the style template for what is considered a media phenomenon. He is currently its managing Editor. He has co-authored the great Betrayal an investigation into the assassination of Indira Gandhi. He has lived in Delhi since 1975 and politics to social trends and the visible economic changes that have transformed the city beyond recognition.

From the Jacket (Delhi Then)

A city of empires and dynasties, Delhi through the ages has evoked nostalgia of its history written on the red sandstone walls. From Quila Rai Pithora to the palace on Raisina Hill the changing face of Delhi is remarkably discernible in these photographs a special collection that gives words to the spoken and unspoken history of this city.

About the Author (Delhi Then)

Narayani Gupta has taught history at Indraprastha College and Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi. She is presently a consultant with Intach. Her research has been on urban history particularly that of Delhi and she has many books to her credit. She was as founder member of the conservation society of Delhi and has been a member of the Delhi Urban Art Commission.

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IHL021
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Hardcover
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2007
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12.3 Inch X12.3 Inch
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202 (Illustrated Throughout In Full Colors & B/W
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From the Jacket (Delhi Now)

A city of dreams and desires Delhi’s urban landscape is incomplete without the stones of seven ancient cities which give it a distinct meaning a distinct outlook. This modern city on the move the colors and digital vibrancy of the photographs capturing Delhi in all moods and moments is as imposing as the grand old structures of yesterdays. A twin city of Old World charm and new extravagance it has evolved through the ages and is looking forward to an era which will be remembered down the ages

About the Author (Delhi Now)

Dilip Bobb was a founder member of the team that launched India Today magazine and established the style template for what is considered a media phenomenon. He is currently its managing Editor. He has co-authored the great Betrayal an investigation into the assassination of Indira Gandhi. He has lived in Delhi since 1975 and politics to social trends and the visible economic changes that have transformed the city beyond recognition.

From the Jacket (Delhi Then)

A city of empires and dynasties, Delhi through the ages has evoked nostalgia of its history written on the red sandstone walls. From Quila Rai Pithora to the palace on Raisina Hill the changing face of Delhi is remarkably discernible in these photographs a special collection that gives words to the spoken and unspoken history of this city.

About the Author (Delhi Then)

Narayani Gupta has taught history at Indraprastha College and Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi. She is presently a consultant with Intach. Her research has been on urban history particularly that of Delhi and she has many books to her credit. She was as founder member of the conservation society of Delhi and has been a member of the Delhi Urban Art Commission.

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