-Shaleen Jain, 2nd Year, ECE
Land at IGI Airport after a long overnight flight. Grab a cab to Paharganj and prepare to unveil Captain Cook in yourself to explore where your hotel is. Needless to say, you’ll also get to witness Google Maps at its utmost inefficiency. After your exploration, head out for the heaviest breakfast you’re about to have in your life at one of the ‘Dhabas’ near your hotel.
Continue your walking tour of the ever-mysterious Old Delhi. This is where you’ll get lost, literally and figuratively. Let the charming and luscious essence enthral your senses. For once, the hustle and chaos becomes peaceful and the madness driving everyone seems to slow down, an experience of its own kind.
Follow up your espial with a ride on the metro, the lifeline of this sprawling city. The metro is your periscope to the city. Watch how the city changes station by station. Witness the extremes of a rustic Badli and a metropolitan Gurgaon with the mesmerising Central Secretariat as the intermediate. The vibrancy and culture of this city will take you on a ride with so much to see and learn. A city where all forms of life cohere, a feature that makes it stand out and represent the proud capital of Incredible India.
Photography by Aakarsh Singh, 2nd Year, CE
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