Pic-A-Day Project: Heart of Delhi

Connaught Place , the ‘central business district’ designed as part of the Lutyens’ delhi project, was built between 1929-33, after the major areas of New Delhi (Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, Parliament House) had been built and the new city inaugurated. It was inspired by the magnificent Royal Crescent in Bath, England, and was named after…

Pic-A-Day Project: Morning Walk

As the days get hotter, we gotta make the most of our mornings…so here’s some inspiration for all you Delhi lovers! What could be more inviting than a walk along the broad avenues of Lutyen’s zone? Edwin Lutyens was the chief architect of ‘New Delhi‘, the central administrative area of the city, at the center…

Pic-A-Day Project: And the Light Lives On…

As promised, we are here with our first photograph of the month: the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, with the silhouette of the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the backdrop. Burning brightly under the India Gate since 1971, this flame marks the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, paying homage to the country’s fallen soldiers. Thank you…