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0 comments | Thursday, December 13, 2007

It has taken almost two years for me to get into the psych of compiling information and writing about Delhi. The idea was generated by a friend, whom I used to take around Delhi and often narrated some interesting information linked to a particular place. "Why don't you do a project on Delhi for me", she had said, probably impressed and amused by the style of my narration. Now, 'narration' and 'writing', are two entirely different skills; and I don't think I ever had a flair for writing! But still, I will try my hand at it.

As the title suggests, the blog would contain (contemporary) information about the heritage of Delhi - how I had seen Delhi since my childhood and how I see it today - through words and through my camera.

My dearest friend - the spirit behind this venture - passed away today on 8.3.08. The site is dedicated to her.


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