You don’t need to become the big one shiny star that catches wishes of everyone and sometimes checks if all eyeballs are still pleased.
The star that you want to become is not what you ever wanted to be. However, you secretly want to shine brightly in the sky at night but with the expectations that come along with being a big star from the people that are unaware your mental existence will force you to become that one big fucking meteor that is larger than they could ever become in two spans of their life and their exceptions of you being present from the fall of dusk to the crack of dawn will crush your soul in fine powder, dust maybe or stardust for if they ever cared about you after you are no more the one they wanted you to be any more.
However, you can become the star you always wanted to be, lit dimly showing your beauty that is light years away from them and is not ruled by the force of the admirer or the universe. You can become the king of the subtle things, the experiences that forfeit your insecurities, the people who need someone compassionate, some personal just for them and not the universe.
One day with all the realizations you make from unpleasant experiences you’ll become that one little star that sparkles instead of shining and is admired by a countable pair of familiar eyeballs.
Among the repressed ruins and the dreadful past left behind by british raj the Qudsia bagh is one fine example of the mughal architecture.
Location: Railway Colony, Prema Kunj, Civil Lines, New Delhi, Delhi 110054
Entry charge : Free
My Experience : Like every other teenager I was in complete mess with plans without any goal rushing in my head, But this time the rush was peculiar maybe because I am turning 19 in 5 hours but unlike any other teenage I can escape, I can travel time. With that said I was already on my way back to 1748.
Located in a lush piece of Kashmere gate this red brick marvel still manages please unchained eyeballs of any urban explorer and I was no different. Semi-spiral staircases that leads to a rather modern entrance. The entrance, for a second I went through all sorts of paranoia, how something so old can be in this form and this style maybe there were things that I could not understand at the moment but it was fun to be in a dilemma while my life is in an equilibria between introspection and socialization. It all started about two weeks ago when I killed all my social media profile along with any link with chatting apps, It hit me all at once my life, this place and the rest.
Everything needs to be restored but with a hint of fresh design for the sake of it’s survival in future, But this place seemed to be gone through many restoration like that. This can also be applicable to my life, maybe everything makes sense now or maybe this place is a mere illusion still applicable to my life.
I strongly recommend anyone with snakes in his head to visit this place once. It’s quiet, green and still unknown that can help you to find questions and maybe their answers too.
This shop which is hardly 90 sq. ft. took 7 generation of Bobby bhaiya to establish this level of existence and presence in Chandni Chowk market . Many shops in the market claim to be the best nimbu masala soda shop but none of them feels this friendly and tastes this unique(I mean amazing!) . Chandni chowk being famous for famous food spots it is hard to decide where and what to drink but let me guide you the best soda shop in the entire old Delhi.
Location : Opposite to the town hall just before the entrance of nai sadak.
Price : ₹10 for nimbu soda and ₹15 for nimbu masala soda.
My Experience : with my tummy full of chicken biryani and savoury snack from Natraj Dahi Bhalla corner it was kind of burning in my stomach. My food baby needed
something fresh,bubbly,sweet,tangy to calm down so I decided to feed it witch some nimbu soda, I already had a spot in my mind to have the best soda in the market but I decided to ask someone in Natraj Dahi Bhalla corner for the best soda shop around to my surprise it was the not what I
was planning to visit but I gave it a shot. When we(me and my friends) reached to the the soda shop we were warmly greeted by a mid aged guy with an experienced face and friendly smile on his face we were not accustomed to this type of treatment( felt like a culture shock lol!) from a soda seller. He took our order and we tracked the process of the making of the great nimbu masala soda from with our eyes.
The kancha seal of the banta bottle was broken and was poured in a glass with some ice and secret masala mix in it. The moment when the first sip touched our tongue we realized that we had the best nimbu masala soda ever.