It was only early March but the air was already heavy from the raindrop a few days before I arrived in India. The thickness and humidity did not seem to agree with the stone of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib's floor which was still icy cold and made each barefoot step more painful that morning. Yet, what ...
For my first day in India, I had a busy schedule visiting as many sites as I could in Delhi, knowing I'd be leaving the same evening for Agra to visit the Taj Mahal the following day. To end this quick tour in Delhi, I decided to visit Qutab Minar, a beautiful minaret from the ...
I've found Old Delhi's staring contest champion, with his piercing eyes.
Wonderful little shop to repair bicycles and rickshaws in Delhi. Don't the terms "bicycle repairman" remind you of the Monty Python's Flying Circus (or maybe I'm too old)?
I love the old districts of Delhi, especially Chandni Chowk, where shops look like they haven't changed for the past 50 years or more (and it's most likely the case)! Look at the chairs in this shop, I'm wondering how heavy they are!