Living in Delhi has its pros and cons, as I have found out in the last year or so. But I must concede that it stubbornly preserves its old world charm and its traditional “Indian” way of doing things. The sprawling malls and supermarkets are all there as you can expect in a metropolis but they still play the second fiddle. The traditional, crowded, colourful, maddening and magnificent bazaars of Delhi are the ones where you would like to splurge your shopping budget.
I have already recommended various parts of South Delhi in my list of 10 must visit offbeat places in Delhi. But I did not specifically mention Qila Rai Pithora because it is very difficult to pinpoint on the map. It is the Rajput fortress that protected the oldest historical city of Delhi.