A little something between the turn for the Green Park market and the Hauz Khas Village. Its got siblings on the adjacent sides. Very well lit at night, but, unfortunately , you can only admire it from the locked gates.
At least, they’re safe from the love stories their other counterparts are witness to.
When we were in college, we were always at the malls.
Maturation has developed in me a fixation for monuments. Especially this one - The Safdarjung Tomb. I like to call it my place.
I like going there with those closest to me. And I like clicking their glee at discovering a place like this.
I bet I clicked em a better picture than that random man they posed for.
But, isn’t that how artistic geniuses function? Without letting their subject know!
I love these guys! They’re amongst the few that stayed.
You can tell I was posing for this by how much effort I put in making my back look non-slouched. THAT takes effort!
Another one of my most favourite places in Delhi!
Unfortunately, the prayer halls weren’t open the day I went to visit this Cathedral and I’m not even sure if they allow cameras inside. But, this is where my love for churches began (after of course, hours of staring into the laptop screen admiring European architectural marvels over the Internet)!