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Saanya Gulati's Blog, Chandni Chowk 3

    Eid is around the corner, and that means one thing regardless of your religion: good food. During the month of Ramadan, I had the opportunity to explore the eateries of Mumbai’s Mohammed Ali Road, and Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, which are iconic for their iftar delicacies. If the foodie in you is longing to engage in some culinary explorations,…

Saanya Gulati, South Mumbai Open Letter, Featured Image

Not all that's brewed in a bar is alcoholic. Especially when politics is the topic in focus. While Hardik Patel is agitating for the rights of Delhi's minority communities, these three boys in Mumbai were agitated. From heated discussions to ideation, they settled for satire, the most powerful tool to get your point across. So here goes: The demand for OBC status by the Patel community…

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  Given what I consider my novice level in the blogosphere, I was pleasantly surprised when SoDelhi invited me for its blogger confluence along with some of Delhi's most influential names in the blogging world. Though I started my blog in 2010, I only recently took to blogging as a more regular activity. The good news is that my blogger event debut was successful,…

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As a Bombay girl living in Delhi, people are quick to pick up on my poor Hindi. It’s true: Mumbaikars speak a breed of Hindi that defies all logic and grammatical conventions. Then of course there is the occasional infusion of Marathi words that will inevitably invite raised eyebrows from Dilliwallas – should you ever commit the mistake of using…

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