A must have guide for Delhi’s citizen and visitors with the latest information.
Eat restaurant reviews cafes tea and chocolate bars mithai shops, chaatwallahs and more.
Drink nightclubs discos lounge bars the streets of the city after midnight.
Shop Connaught place bazaars of the old city glitzy new malls of the NCR market maps.
Explore monuments places of worship heritage walks museums parks and gardens.
Experience alternative cinema theatre rock and classical music dance the literary world.
Heal ayurveda yoga meditation space reiki, pranic healting art of living health food.
Play cricket tennis badminton shooting swimming horse riding kick boxing.
Kid’s stuff children’s clothes and furniture entertainment options party resources.
Escape forts palaces resorts and farm houses in Delhi’s immediate vicinity.
Helplines for safety health public utilities travel seniors women children even pets.
Accommodation listings hotels for the visitor metro and city guides in the pullout section.
The book you hold in your hands is an unpreten-
tious guide to India's political and, dare we say.
cultural capital- its bazaars. restaurants, malls.
monuments, museums. recreational centres, the
many cities within the city, its big shopping cen-
tres, its thriving nightlife, and just about anything
you might want from a city guide, whether you
live here or are just passing through. It's our sin-
cerest hope that even those who know Delhi inti-
mately will make a few discoveries in these pages,
and those sojourning will find an enlightening
companion to help them get their first taste of this
vibrant world city.
Delhi revels in its centuries-old history, it dances to
the heartbeats of its 15 million residents. and yet is
keenly aware of the place it occupies as the capital
of a nation in flux - an aspiring superpower still
battling with holes like poverty, inequality or cor-
ruption in its narrative. As its citizens. we are stake-
holders in its history-soaked past, its dynamic pres-
ent and promising future, and we feel privileged to
bring you this book.
A note of caution: in putting together the book.
we have been overtaken by certain unpredictable
events. For the 2010 Commonwealth Games the
city was overtaken by construction, road digging,
laying of phone lines and much else. Many shops
and establishments also took the opportunity to
reinvent themselves. The city emerged much
changed and continues to change. Please bear
with us if you find a few "omissions"; we'll most
certainly catch up with these in the next edition.
And do let us know if you found the book engag-
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