Delhi holds this special part of this festival in the lanes of Chittaranjan Park. The Bengali community in Malviya Nagar, Safdarjang Enclave and Pashchim Vihar also celebrate Pujo in their respective areas with the same grandeur and enthusiasm.
सं 1964 तक धनुषकोडी एक फलता फूलता मछुआरों का गांव हुआ करता था| 1964 में आए एक तूफान ने इस गांव को उजाड़ दिया और साथ में इस गांव को रामेश्वरम से जोड़ने वाला रेलवे ट्रैक, ट्रैन और उसके डब्बे तक उड़ा कर ले गई|
Kashmir Gali is a small alley adjoining Leh Market. The Ladakhi name for this lane is a little complicated like most of the Ladakhi names. During my time in Leh, while I was researching on Snow Leopards and their behavior, this road used to serve as a shortcut between Chubi and the main Leh Market.
Visiting the Wagah Border was like a dream come true because I was this close to Pakistan with only a thin imaginary line dividing us apart. A line that separated a landmass into two calling it two different countries with people of similar complexion and almost similar lifestyle that you are not supposed to visit.
For a blogger based in Delhi, there are not many opportunities to meet the well-known bloggers and gain insights about their work in the industry, So Delhi has however made it a little easier through their annual blogger conference or as they call it confluence. So Delhi returned with the third edition of the event on 5th of August and they made sure that the event is grander than the last one.