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Escape Delhi In Delhi At These 5 Places That Are Anything But The Typical
You might dig Delhi's chola bhatura-loving and speed limit defying outrageous side, but once in a while, you do want to get away from it all; Basically just leave the loud, gregarious and sometimes, all too overwhelming chaos that gets too much to handle. So, we found five places where you can catch a moment of peace and quiet without having to drive to the hills or leaving the city at all.
Read on and go, witness a very distinct, un-Delhi vibe at these spots.
Known as Delhi’s own little Tibet, Majnu Ka Tila is a welcome respite from the general chaos and pushy shop owner behaviour that’s now become synonymous with Dilli. The monastery, the many shoes and accessories’ shops, boho clothes’ stores and quaint cafes (hey, Yamuna Cafe and Kham Coffee House), make this a spot that’s best explored at leisure. Spend a weekend combing through its narrow lanes and you’ll be surprised at how much you can find between momo, Nike shoes and Tibetan singing bowls.
Recommended For: Busan Korean Restaurant, Ama Cafe, Laphing by the roadside, Tee Dee
One of our go-to places for a breather or to gather ourselves after a rough patch, Zorba The Buddha is hands-down our favourite Non-Delhi place. The ample greens, workshops, organic food spread and the kind of people we’ve met through Tattva (the annual residential festival it hosts to celebrate all forms of art and well being), make this one a total winner. They host pottery classes, meditative workshops, art lessons and a host of other activities every other day.
Recommended For: Tattva Festival, music gigs and yoga and meditation.
Call it a twist of fate or the city’s boredom with the usual spots, Saidulajab has really evolved with the Champa Gali that now attracts as much love as it does cynicism. Be on either side, but you can’t deny that this place does have a very unlike-Delhi vibe.
We love shopping at Liberty Village for flea market clothes and shoes, eating gushtaba at Cafe Hameen Asto, attending an intimate gig at Champa Gali or just browse through cool stationery and upcycled jewellery. Our oldest friend, Rose Cafe, just added a new drawing room space as well. Oh, and if you want a quiet date, our fave is Pho King Awesome.
Recommended For: JugMug Thela, Liberty Village, Patta Cafe, Rose Cafe