Thursday, June 18, 2009

City Planner - Six Day Tweeting in Delhi

The Delhi walla's pretension in writing makes me want to lodge a bullet in his balls - Blogger Nimpipi, the woodchuck chucks
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Jama Masjid Melodies

What are you doing this week?

[Text and pictures by Mayank Austen Soofi]

Saturday, June 20th
4.30pm: @ Oxford bookstore. Shhh. Session on power yoga.
Where Statesman Tower, Barakhamba

Sunday, June 21st
9am: Having pancake with sugar daddy at Choko La. Today’s Father’s Day:)Yummy!
Where Basant Lok Market

3pm: With a Lucknow cousin at Infra Educa 2009 in Pragati Maidan. He wants to know more on careers, subjects, courses, colleges. M thirsty.

6.30pm: People watching @Jama Masjid stairs.

Monday, June 22nd
4am: Just finished War and Peace! Yahoo!

6.30pm: @ Russian Center. Watching Ballad of a Soldier. A film festival marking WWII in their country. Switching off the BlackBerry.
Where 24, Ferozshah Road Note English sub-titles

Tuesday, June 23rd
7pm: Watching Wed-lock play at Shri Ram. V. high brow!
Where 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House

11pm: @ Pegs ‘n’ Pints. Total wild here. No girls, all boys.
Where Next to what used to be Chankaya cinema

Wednesday, June 24th
Around morning: On the potty. Look @ my finger! Election ink gone! Woohoo!

5.30pm: Again at the Russian Center. Discussing Anna Akhmatova, my favorite poet. Her 120th birth anniversary today.

8pm: Sampling cutlets @ CR Park. Hooked!
Where Stalls at Markets 1 and 2

Thursday, June 25th
3.30pm: @GB Road. Noooo, don’t get me wrong. Just buying a bathtub. It’s Asia’s largest market for bathroom fittings!
Where Next to Ajmeri Gate

7pm: Clapping and swinging to the qawwali beats @Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah. Nirvana!


Kaushik Chatterji said...

Cutlets at CR Park are always a treat. Quite close to the real thing while staying right here in Delhi.

How can I get myself invited to the Russian Center film screenings? Last time I inquired, it was members-only. Any guest list which I can try to get my name on?

Hey, come to Basant Lok again some time no? Also, inform beforehand - I can then pretend to accidentally bump into you.

Mainak said...

Really nice style. The Delhi Walla seems to know every nook & cranny in Delhi! Would be looking forward to hearing from him during the Commonwealth Games :)

LumousP said...

The Dilli wallah knows more about Delhi than the Delhi Police itself.

Anonymous said...

why deny the pleasure to anonymous voyeurs who read your ruined blog by locking it! unscrew the darn thing.

Rima Kaur said...

bathtub shopping!

applepiecrust said...

I love the photograph captioned "Simple Straight Love"

Rajiv said...

chaaa gaye tum to yaaarrrrrr:)

u know each nd everything about delhi yaar

hav a nice lifeeee

kumar v said...

Cutlets veg or non veg ?