Girl Leaving Delhi writes about Delhi and her life in Delhi and all Delhiites will love This
THE DELHI DIARIES
life in new Delhi can be best explained with the Phrase ” Saddi Dilli Hai Yeh “. This is like the welcome phrase you will hear when you first come to this city. Delhi is one of those cities of India which has borrowed its culture from its history. The colours of Delhi are superfluous. The morning Sun of the winters here after a tough fight with fog is the best warmth you’ll ever have all your life. The Independence Day celebrations at India Gate will charge you up with proud feelings and patriotism.
The sunset at Hauz Khas Fort will definitely give you some love goals! (We all know what Hauz Khas is famous for) .And, for that matter, a visit to Connaught Place will simply want you to shop that place out. The busy roads and over- crowded metro might sometime give you chills down your body but that’s Delhi! The metro rides will make you a big travel bug. You might just end up having your own personalised Dilli Darshan blog. It’s easy and convenient.
The first thing people love about Delhi is Delhi’s Food. Yes, Delhi has some of the world’s most amazing cuisines which will savour your taste buds forever.
There is always something new about this city. It has its own political culture which has ignited a lot of action among the students who are always looking for the ways to bring about the change in the society.
The active student unions in Delhi University and JNU are often seen taking up their stands on various issues and making them heard through protests and rallies. Delhi as a city is a hub of growing and aspiring people. Every city has dreamers but Delhi will make you dream big and will motivate you to work for it.
Delhi will give you some of the best experiences of life and people living here know this. Those who have lived here and moved out know very well what it takes to live in a city other than Delhi.
You certainly fall in love with the city. You may belong to any place in India but if you have lived in Delhi, you will always be willing to come back and settle in Delhi. Now that I am a graduate, I have to head back to my hometown and it’s only a week that I have started missing out food, nightlife, carefree people and much more. I wish to come back because “yeh DIL-Li hai mere yaar “