8 hours ago
As you go out in the streets and lanes, you realise that Delhi is just not a city, it’s an emotion. .
And I’m not saying it just like that.
It’s been three months to my last trip (the longest gap in last one year), and I don’t even know when I’ll be travelling next but that’s not the point. .
During these three months I have read so many articles and explored Delhi the way that I sometimes feel like a tourist in my own city. .
One of the most interesting facts is that Delhi on it’s own doesn’t have any culture, rather it’s a mix that is left behind from every ruling dynasty.
You visit any monument, you’ll see the grand architecture and relevance it once held.
You go to the older part of the city, you’ll be served food by people who’s fathers were the part of the royal kitchen.
You talk to anyone around, they’ll have a different tail and perspective to tell. .
This city has made me fall in love with it all over again and as I still continue to explore, I can easily agree with the fact that
दिल्ली एक शहर नहीं, महफ़िल हैं। ❤️