• Culture

    12 Old Delhi Food Specials you can’t miss during Ramzaan!!!

    by  • June 6, 2016 • Culture, Events, Food, Photography, Religion • 3 Comments

    ” रमज़ान की आमद का है चारों तरफ चर्चा, इस माह में बहुत ‘रब’ मेहरबान है होता, तेज़ धूप की तपिश सबको सताएगी, भूख़ प्यास की शिद्दत तुम्हें आजमाएगी, रोज़ेदारों तुम हर हाल में सब्र रखना, ये आजमाइश ही तुम को जन्नत में ले जाएगी  “ The streets of Old Delhi or “Dilli 6”...

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    A walk on the Buddhist side of life: Delhi’s Mini Tibet

    by  • June 1, 2014 • Culture, Food, Heritage, Photography, Religion • 32 Comments

    Guest post by Seep Gulati, an active DelhiByFoot community member. Pictures with respective credits wherever applicable is given. Foodie, traveller, adrenaline junkie and life enthusiast, is how Seep describes herself. She believes in the concept of loving, laughing and learning throughout the journey of life. When she isn’t chasing dynamic life, she is fighting...

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    Kila Raipur: Of Bullock-Cart Races, Village Games and Punjab Da Flavour

    by  • March 23, 2014 • Culture, Events, Heritage, Photography • 1 Comment

    Guest post & photos by Divya Rai, and additional text & photos by Ramit Mitra, founder, DelhiByFoot and organising leader of the two day trip. Additional pictures with respective credits wherever applicable is given. Divya is a totally footloose and fancy-free soul, who is training to become a photographer. When she is not being...

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    Sufi Basant – “Mohe Rang De Basanti Nizamuddin Aulia”

    by  • February 6, 2014 • Culture, Events, Heritage, Photography • 3 Comments

    “Mohay apnay hi rung mein rang ley, Tu toh saaheb mera Mehboob-e-Ilaahi” The relationship of Hazrat Amir Khusrow, the poet-extraordinaire and musician with his master Mehboob-e-Ilaahi Khwaja Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia is well documented and known by all lovers of Chisti Sufiyana Silsila and Sufi Tasawwuf . Our forum has also dwelled upon it here. Amir...

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    A Dive into Sufism

    by  • January 23, 2014 • Culture, Events, Heritage • 1 Comment

    Guest Post and Text by Kaushal Mathpal, a DelhiByFoot community member. (Pictures by Ramit Mitra and Shweta Berry) Kaushal is a practicing lawyer in the Delhi Courts but when he is not pitching his case in front of a Judge of a Court, this wanderer at heart takes his notebook and camera and hits...

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    Diwali Bazaars in Delhi – Exploring Purani Dilli

    by  • November 14, 2013 • Culture, Events, Food • 1 Comment

    Guest Post and Text by Ayandrali Dutta, an active DelhiByFoot community member. This post originally appeared in the Times of India online blog of TimesCity here. Tea Junkie, Die hard Romantic, Amateur Cook and perpetual Bhukkad, is how Ayandrali describes herself in her Travel Blog. A journo by profession, which brings the bread and...

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    Homecoming on Durga Puja

    by  • November 3, 2013 • Culture, Food, General • 0 Comments

    Delhi’s Pujos through the eyes of a Dilliwaali Guest post and pictures by Jayati Ghose, an active DelhiByFoot community member. (Additional pictures by Ramit Mitra)  Jayati is a writer and journalist, who has been penning short stories for many years, specialising in ‘Thriller’s! Her recent ‘obsession’ includes a random exploration of the city she...

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    Hola Mohalla 2013: Jo Bole So Nihal!

    by  • October 10, 2013 • Culture, Events, Heritage, Photography • 3 Comments

    Guest Post and Photographs by Priyanka Bhaskar, a DelhiByFoot community member about our first ‘Out-of-Delhi’ Event of 2013 done earlier in March.  Additional pictures by Ramit Mitra, founder of DelhiByFoot and organising leader of this 2-day trip. Priyanka is a true-blood travel and trekking enthusiast, having completed tough treks like Everest Base Camp (2013),...

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    “Pujo Aaschhey”- Cultural heritage explorations in Delhi’s ‘Mini Bengal’

    by  • September 25, 2013 • Culture, Food • 0 Comments

    Guest Post and Text by Vaishali Ahuja. Additional pictures with respective credits wherever applicable is given. It was my 3rd walk with DelhiByFoot and indeed just as pleasant as the other ones. The previous walks I participated in were more of historical heritage events while this one was a experience of the rich cultural heritage of...

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