PHOTOS: The streets of Delhi, during times of Covid-19

The streets of Delhi feel like they have metasised into a time warp of the past. Wide open pristine boulevards, and telling architecture that harkens history with compelling contemporaneity, present a formidable flashback to fight an unseen and merciless enemy presently banging on our doors.
I grew up in Delhi, a city that has given me so immeasurably a treasure trove of memories of streets walked on, buildings visited, parks strolled, laughter
By: Parul Sharma
Published: May 6, 2020
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Image by : Parul Sharma

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President House: Monkeys are Delhi’s permanent witnesses to both its glorious and inglorious evolution. They lounge on King Georges Avenue, now called South Avenue, cocking a snook at Rashtrapati Bhavan in the distance, and mocking its pretence to power.