Connecting Expats In Delhi
I live in a place where my definition of “trash” doesn’t work any longer. My definition of “gross” and “ugly” are even starting to suffer under the pressure of conflicting views. I’ve written elsewhere about ethnocentrism, proving that I’m at least AWARE of the tendency to view things inaccurately due to ignorance of local…Continue
Added by Ron VanPeursem on December 18, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
OSCAR WILDE - THE COMEDY AND THE TRAGEDY, A SOLO PERFORMANCE BY NEIL TITLEY.
(English/70 mins.) Set in Paris, just after Oscar’s release from Reading Jail, it finds the great playwright reflecting somewhat cynically on his life, career and Victorian England. Tickets priced at Rs.350, 250 and 150 available at the venue. Suitable for 18 years and above.
EPICENTRE Apparel House, Sector 44,…Continue
Added by FIRST CITY on December 16, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
Hello to all you budding creative writing geniuses!
Added by DilliNet on December 15, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Way back in the day, Shah Jehan (of Taj Mahal fame) had a beautiful daughter (amongst other, less beautiful daughters) who built herself a huge, sprawling bazaar called Chandni Chowk, where she could shop to her heart's content.
Today, this market is insane. I have a friend who got three full-body tiger costumes there.
Part of Old Delhi, it's a world apart from New Delhi's wider, more green avenues. It is the smell of…Continue
Added by DilliNet on December 11, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
A FÖLD SZERETŐJE (THE LOVER OF THE SOIL), DIRECTED BY ZSOLT POZSGAI.
Part of the Fabri Film Club.
HUNGARIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 1-A Janpath, Ph: 23014497
Added by FIRST CITY on December 1, 2011 at 11:06am — No Comments