Tis the season to be jolly!
Delhi winters in India were always compared with that of London,No one remembers the Delhi winter nights snuggling inside a room, sipping coffee, playing a blockbuster but Delhi is lived and experienced during chilly winters nights and short days in the most remarkable way experiencing the best of Delhi. Step out fellas and dive into the chill. Whether you are with your homies or with your significant other make it a night to remember. Here are the list of things you can not do without in Delhi winters!
Lazing Around in Connaught Place
As you enjoy the winter sun lazing on one of the benches or laying on the grass, chatting or reading a book, a number of tea-sellers, papar-waalas and channa (gram) sellers around will take care of you. If there’s still time for lunch, a good walk to Hanuman Mandir or Bangla Sahib will make way for a hearty appetite. On the footpath in front of PVR Rivoli, a fleet of cheap jackets, stockings, gloves and kerchiefs are too attractive to ignore, even if you aren’t going to buy!
Festive Decorations At The Malls
With themed installations, towering Christmas trees, twinkling lights and cheers and celebrations, the atmosphere in Delhi Malls in the winter is no less than a fairyland. There are range of options like Pacific, Subhash Nagar; Select CITYWALK, Saket; DLF Emporio, Vasant Kunj; DLF Place, Saket & Other Locations.
Relish in Galli parathey wali
A few steps into the lane and the smoke emitting from the huge woks indicate that one is at the right place. one of the must dos is Galli parathey wali. Located in the busy Chandni Chowk area of old Delhi, this is one of the by lanes after Gurudwara Sheesh Ganj (8 to 10 minutes walk from the Chandni Chowk metro station). This lane boasts of a cluster of vegetarian food joints that have been selling parathas (Indian fried bread) since generations. The parathas are stuffed with a variety of strictly vegetarian ingredients so much so that onions and garlic are also not used.
Picnic In The Sun at Lodhi Gardens
Lazing around in the winter sun, eating salads & sandwiches, playing games and having silly conversations with the family – what better thing to do on a Sunday afternoon? Revel in the chilly winters of the city in one of the most scenic spots – Lodhi Gardens.
Hoard Cool Stuff at The German Christmas Market
Undoubtedly one of the most sought-after carnival in the capital city, the German Christmas market is organised annually by the Indo German Chamber of Commerce. the market will comprise a wide variety of products including furniture, designer home accessories, high-end fashion wear, handicrafts, decorations, candles, souvenirs and garden accessories besides live food counters, live music, fun activities for the kids – et al
Stroll in Japanese Park
Located in Rohini sec 11 the park is home to immaculately manicured gardens, a jogger’s circle, children’s play area, skating arena, walking trails and is watered by two serene lakes. As you stroll through the verdant meadows of the park, listen to the hum of the peacocks, go swan-feeding or just lounge by the lakeside for some quiet time away from the trappings of your daily routine. It is huge and provides everything to all ages. Long walking track, exercise equipment, three water bodies (though very less water), birds watching and most importantly picnic with whole family, particularly in winter.
Afternoons at Chandni Chowk
We talk winters and dont mention Chandani Chowk? Just not fair! It’s time to visit the brightest feather in Delhi’s cultural hat. While Chandni Chowk is visited across the year, the pleasant winter afternoons make walking easier and more enjoyable. A lesser known secret of Chandni Chowk is that it has Asia’s biggest camera market on Esplanade Road with over 100 small shops selling a range of cameras and their accessories.
Go Window-Shopping In The Lit-Up Champa Gali
Spend a winter afternoon exploring one of the most interesting, hidden lanes in the city, drinking warm coffee and browsing through beautiful products. Complete with handicrafts shops offering gorgeous, unique items to coffee shops for enjoying the holiday season, this market is a wholesome recipe for a wonderful day out
Dance in Delhi Weddings
Chilly winters and Delhi weddings has an eternal bond which you must experience. Pretty women all clad in best of Delhi clothes and accesories,warm food and snack,hot choclates, Delhi ki Chaat and grooms baraat word fall sort of describing the magic of a Delhi wedding. Big fat Indian wedding come alive in Delhi Weddings.
Head To The Dastkari Mela
Dastakari Mela has lots of Shopping options, good music and food, checking all our boxes for a fun day out. You’ll find products like paper mache goodies, embroidered textiles, Pinguli art, patchwork, paper cutwork and other forms of art forms that speak about their parent state’s unique traditions.
Also a perfect winter read would be hit military romance of the year Soldier’s Girl: Love Story of a Para Commando Try if you have not read it early,costs less than your coffee but would stay forever in your heart