With Holi round the corner, Dilli Haat was awash with colours on Saturday. The three-day-long Times
Raasrang Holi Utsav, from March 22-24, saw vibrant flavours of Holi from Bihar, Braj, Rajasthan and
Barpeta waft through the venue. For the first time, Raasrang also blurred boundaries by capturing the
very essence of Holi in Bangladesh. Arun Budhiraja, founder of Krishna Prerna Charitable Trust, said,
"Holi showcases the living culture of India, embracing the new...
The four-decade-old popular Monday special vegetable 'haat' at Unit-IV Market in the heart of the
capital is losing its popularity. More than 700 vendors and farmers, who used to sell their goods in the
market, have decided to keep away from the Monday bazaar, after being dissatisfied with the dearth of
space. Established in the early 1970s, Unit-IV Market has about 800 authorized retail shops. More than
1,200 temporary retailers have been carrying on their...
Case for hotel
Butter chicken, as they say, is the most sought after bird in Delhi. But there's more to the city's cuisine
than just its fascination with kukkad. Food has always been a big deal in the cuisine capital of India. The
city's cuisine has evolved down the ages, providing everything from a fine dining experience to tempting
roadside fare. And the Dilliwala isn't complaining. For hidden in the nooks and crannies of the Walled
City are treats even 5-star hotels...