The procession, which saw a spectacular display of Gatka skills by the Nihangs, started from Chandni Chowk’s Sis Ganj Sahib Gurudwara and ended at the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara.
Transgender Day of Remembrance was held in Capital’s Jantar Mantar to bring to light crimes and discrimination against people of the community
On the final days of Chhath Puja, a tapestry of faith unfolded amid celebrations, despite the Yamuna’s polluted water
Despite the announcement of special expresses for Chhath Puja, the situation on the ground remained challenging as migrants found it difficult to secure seats and board the train to home
The festival showcases the rich cultural tapestry of the Bihar-Jharkhand belt, with rituals involving fasting and unique culinary delights such as litti chokha, thekua, and chana ghugni
Stuck in time? For some parents, the ‘South Delhi’ tag all is that matters in matrimony
Many old people in the Capital, who have mostly been disregarded by their families, are living in retirement homes
With the festive season underway, customers are showing interest in making environmentally sustainable choices of gifting experiences instead of giving away material possessions