Shades of Green

Winter in Delhi used to be mesmerizing. Unfortunately, from last few years, the beautiful city is covered with thick smog and haze because of the Over – Urbanization. Let’s hope, we will have good green days in coming future soon. ‘Crows on a lamp-post cawing with unknown sadness, bidding farewell to the setting Sun. A…

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Woven Treasures: Textiles from the Jasleen Dhamija Collection

Jasleen Dhamija doesn’t need any introduction in the world of textiles and craft. I came to know about her upcoming auction from our very own Sunny Narang, who himself is an inspiration for anyone who is willing to learn and absorb. He knows her for more than 25 years and here’s what he has to…

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Autumn ‘Inspired by the Mountains’

At some point of time, we all need some inspiration. The time when you need to run away from the noise around. In last few months, I visited some beautiful locations in Himachal Pradesh; 9 days long trek to Buran Pass & 2 days in Gushaini. October is the month of Autumn, Summer is all…

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Sitar and its Making

I feel extremely happy in sharing with you what I have read today about ‘The Making of Sitar’ You all must have heard to Sitar,but, do you know how it is made? The Sitar is a plucked stringed instrument used mainly in Hindustani music and Indian classical music. The instrument descended from a similar but simpler Persian instrument called the…

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Dilli 6

Old Delhi, walled city of New Delhi was founded as Shahjahanabad by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 1639. It was once filled with mansions of nobles and members of the royal court, along with elegant mosques and gardens. Today, despite having become extremely crowded and dilapidated, it still serves as the symbolic heart of the metropolitan city. Chandni Chowk, originally meaning moonlit square or…

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Winter Melody

Long Festive season break is over. It was a great time with family on Diwali and I hope the same for all of you 🙂 Delhi is once again looking beautiful with the cold breeze coming to the city. In 1289, Amir Khusrau wrote : Delhi : Refuge of religion! Refuge and paradise of justice!…

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Feedback time

In the beginning of October, I released my series of notebook : Inked in 19s. I am so very happy to see the feedback. I got emails regarding their interest in old postcard and for buying the Notebook. I love cherishing memories. I feel memories makes us what we are today. I don’t live in…

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