Checking out a new multiplex in town. [By Meenakshi Chauhan; she owns the blog Love It or Leave it; picture by Satyam Cineplexes] Loyalty has no bounds! Since my boss’s son worked on the film Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, panned in…

A legendary showroom patronised by Maharajas and Prime Ministers. [Text and the picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] They sell such stuff as dreams are made on. Tulips and Hibiscus, bracelets and key-chains, liqueur tankers and cruet sets – all in…

How not to let the city’s perverts snatch away your freedom to explore and have fun. [By Pearl Toppo; picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] No, I’m not paranoid. I just live in Delhi! Born and brought up here, I know…

[Weekly list, from June 25 to July 2, compiled by Khan Market’s Bahri Bookshop; some of the comments might be in response to older lists; picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] Dalrymple falls, Hillary Clinton rises and Khaled Hosseini rules. NON-FICTION…

Dining in the thin air. [Text by Mayank Austen Soofi; picture by Ville Miettinen] If a revolving salon is judged by its views and height, then Parikrama (rotation for Hindi), 240 feet above Connaught Place in Antriskh Bhawan, scores an…

Conversations with a Delhi writer on her first personal blog. [Ms. Manika Dhama works in media. She is also a writer for The Delhi Walla; interview and picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] Ms. Dhama, what prompted you to start your…

Musings of a woman born and brought up in Delhi’s most elegant address. [By Meenakshi Chauhan; pictures by Mayank Austen Soofi] Almost everyone I know has lived in different houses but I had only one home since the day I…

City bands go global with foreign tours and firangi fans. [Text and picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] After 16 years in the spotlight, the Parikrama band is to shove rock ‘n’ roll back to where it came from: England. It…

The Japanese art of conversation reaches the capital. [Text and picture by Mayank Austen Soofi] On a rainy Thursday night last May, a panel of designers, writers, photographers, urban thinkers, and a solitary antique collector, set about ‘Mapping the City’…

A German woman experiences Delhi through chapattis etc. [By Daniela Schwarz. The German wife of a proper Delhi Walla, Frau Schwarz manages a blog – appropriately titled Kabab Mein Haddi.] Every morning I open the door to my balcony to…