Category Archives: Homage

Spiti – a road trip of a lifetime

It is exactly two months today since I left for a road trip through Spiti but I already want to go back! Is it soon, I ask myself? And then I realize, deep down, I never wanted to return. But … Continue reading

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The Dargah, Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya

I finally found myself at the Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin. Having lived in Nizamuddin for a number of years I had managed to visit the dargah only once. Moving from Delhi to the NCR and having subscribed to many a … Continue reading

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Atgah Khan Tomb – Nizamuddin’s secret

Like history, there and yet forgotten, I have lived in Nizamuddin for a number of years. In those times of course I used to be in a rush to work and back and my only foray into the galis used … Continue reading

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Khushwant Singh

October 1991. We were spending two weeks in Kasauli in a bid to help my father recuperate post a nasty head injury. There was a very small market near our guest house and fresh supplies and milk used to come … Continue reading

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