Monthly Archives: February 2009

Unique Shopping Destinations within Delhi

78% of all men/women when asked about his/her ideal way to spend their leisure time would say Shopping. It a way to de-stress for some, for others it’s the reason why they earn. Purchasing something new, innovative, colorful, antique basically anything interesting gives most of us shoppers a high. But for the other 22% shopping […]

Delhi 6

This is not a movie review, just a few things I thought of when I saw the movie. Yeh dilli hai mere yaar, Bas ishq mohabbat pyaar….Iske baye taraf bhi dil hai …Iske daye taraf bhi dil hai… the songs were remarkable. Extraordinarily talented  ensemble cast- Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Waheeda Rahman , Rishi Kapoor […]

Shopping @ South Delhi

I once saw a fuchsia pink ambassador (India’s oldest and most iconic car), driven by a Blonde European Lady, outside South Extension Market, with the back seat filled with Nalli & Benetton shopping bags: an image that forever will make me smile. Well! Delhi is all about contradictions – unusual things usually happen here. The […]

Dev D review

Dev D is the latest incarnation of the epic Devdas by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay. The idea of the movie might be from the book but the implementation is anything but. My first thought on Dev D – What a weird name for a movie ! What an eccentric song (emotional attyachaar) ! What a bizarre promo […]

Taxing Time

It’s that time of the year again when reminders from the finance & Hr dept are filling up our mail box. ‘Investment Declaration’, ‘Tax’, ‘Exemption’, ‘HRA’, ‘Flexi’ are the only thing one hears about. I hate this time as much as I hate paying tax, but some things can’t be avoided. I’m listing some basic fundas […]

Your shopping Guide to Delhi

Confession – I’m an obsessed Delhiite and I’ll love Delhi no matter how crazy it becomes. Although, this was not always the case; there was a time when I thought Delhi sucked. This was way back when I found traveling in Delhi inconvenient and the pollution levels unbearable. Things have changed for the better, with […]