Delhi, I Love You


This was a sweet little discovery. I came upon this Facebook page on the newsfeed of my vibrant Spanish friend who has called Delhi home for over four years. Run as a social media platform to share little details to love about the city, I found bits of information about everything from native trees to an artists who reworks images of the everyday with playful doodles.


If you and Delhi have simply not gotten along on a particular day, I reckon this website is brilliant to bring back the love.

Especially when you feel it’s all gone to dust and the fact that the city is home to Sufi music and monuments seems like a distant memory, this quote from the great Ghalib might make it a little bit better:

I asked my soul, what is Delhi? She replied, the world is the body and Delhi its soul.”

Visit Delhi, I Love You’s official website: and Like them on Facebook:  



More from Zafigo:

A guide to Hauz Khas Village – The district Delhi is most proud of

An insider’s guide to finding holiday romance in Delhi, India

Get all the latest travel updates from Zafigo. Follow us:

Facebook   Twitter  Instagram

Nothing makes Aditi happier than good shampoo, good design, evolutionary theory and a spicy Bloody Mary. A Bombay girl to begin with, she’s made a home in New York, Glasgow, Singapore and London over the last ten years. After a one-day career in hand modelling (true story) and a much, much longer stint in brands & advertising, Aditi is all set to make the most of her Delhi/NCR chapter. Aditi is the Delhi Editor for Zafigo and her writing has appeared in Little Black Book Delhi, Travel+Leisure and Huffington Post.

What Do You Think?

You May Also Like

"There's no place like Tokyo for street photography."

Becoming A Better Photographer With Brendan Ó Sé

Some singers go into acting. Some actors go into directing. But some photographers become better photographers… with t...
Petronas Twin Towers by day (Photo Credit: Flcikr / Sarah Ackerman)

7 More Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur Once You’ve Seen The Twin Towers

As the capital of the hot, humid, melting pot of culture that is Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a popular destination for the...

Japan’s Wild Side: Walk Japan Tours You Can Take

In addition to visiting Tokyo’s robot-themed restaurants and fashion districts, have a look at these Walk Japan tours ...