Flea markets of Janpath- Exploring Clientele

Jayashree Narayanan and Monisa Nadeem

Delhi is known for its flea markets. One of the most popular being Janpath in the heart of the city, Connaught Place. Check out this video telling the tale of a typical day.



Migrant Tale

Munish Rathore and Faisal Khan

Delhi witnesses a huge influx of migrant workers. Haseen Alam is one of them. He came to Delhi from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. Here he talks about his dreams as a child and the travails of real life. How he is still hopeful of making it big in the future.

The Last Step

Malvika Saini and Prerna Lidhoo

Nigambodh ghat is an important part of Delhi. With a legacy of 5000 years and history since the time of Pandavas, it still remains to be  one of the most important  crematorium grounds.




Street shopping trend in Delhi

Mehvish Kidwai and Hina Fatima Khan

Delhi is known for its Forts, Monuments, Famous people, Politics but it won’t be wrong to say that Delhi is also known for its Street Shopping. The trend of street shopping is no new but it offers a wide variety of clothes, footwear,accessories for both gender.  Watch out for which street should you go for shopping in Delhi

Camera Analogue Vintage Museum

Sanat Sinha and Sharib Suhail

The idea of a camera as a repository of the past has long since abandoned. Therefore, a visit to the Vintage Camera Museum, which houses the oldest and some of the rarest cameras in the world, is the focus of this New Delhi profile.

Washerman of Delhi: Haath Ki Safaai

Aaqib Raza Khan and Naureen Khan

On the outskirts of India’s national capital, New Delhi, a group of men gather every morning with a baggage of clothes. The location is the bank of river Yamuna in the south-eastern part of the city. These men wash clothes manually, in a rapidly modernizing city. In the video, we trace Sarfuddin, a washer-man, in his daily work.

The Autowallahs’ verdict

Ursila Ali and Sheikh Saaliq

The union of Autorickshaw drivers in Delhi, is one of the biggest of its kind in the country. An integral part of public transport system in the city, their strikes to reduce gas prices and increase fare create waves even in the parliament. Every election, various political parties try to woo this group in their favour. Their network is spread in the farthest ends of the city, providing near accurate predictions of election results.

In the recent state elections, the auto rickshaw drivers played a vital role again, by connecting with the newly formed Aam Aadmi Party. Many of them say that the new party met all their demands, less gas rates, freedom from constant police harassment and hike in the  fare. Will the Aam Aadmi Party manage to get the Autowallahs on its side again for the Lok Sabha elections of 2014?