Wednesday, August 10, 2005


I almost never link to posts in other blogs, because most of the time, I'm too lazy to cut and paste the URL. This one is an exception and fascinating for purposes of Indian urbanscapes and Delhi nostalgia. Someol' Guy has a post on the etymology and historical connections of place names in Delhi, and it gives a fabulous glimpse of the eclectic, often cosmopolitan strains that make up the tapestry that Delhi is today.


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