The Guide: Delhipedia Diary

The Guide: Delhipedia Diary

This neat diary is a celebration of all things Delhi

December 13 , 2016
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This neat looking diary, a spin-off from the eponymous site, is packed with nice little nuggets of info about Delhi. The jacket unfolds into a colourful map by illustrator Vandana Singh. There’s lots of other fun stuff: cut-outs of iconic city structures that you can prop up, vintage-style stickers, dope on hidden monuments like the 13th-century Chor Minar, ideas on what to do with kids in the city, gyaan on the seven cities of Delhi (but, of course), on haunted places, and detailed bicycle tours of Old Delhi and Mehrauli, all delivered in byte-sized portions. There’s only so much you can pack into a diary without overwhelming the diarist, and the balance is about right. Launched in 2013 by documentary filmmaker Arjun Pandey, has a nifty premise: discover the best that Delhi has to offer, one video at a time (the videos can be seen on their Youtube channel; the site has lots of other content). And if you like something, you’ll possibly want to jot down your impressions in this diary. Delhipedia Diary; 499 on Flipkart

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