A cool summer breeze blows across your sweat coated forehead as you walk on the old roads packed with people. Buildings, chock-filled with stores, hearken you back to the 70's. Stop to look at stores filled with colorful embroidered silks and cotton, spices, vegetables and even electronics. It's shoppers' paradise as people bargain noisily in Hindi. As you walk through the burgeoning crowds, a variety of smells knock on your nose- sugary cardamom flavored fragrance of the sizzling jalibi, spicy flavors of the kebabs and pakodas mingle with the aroma of rich teas and smells of fruits being sold by roadside vendors nearby. As it gets darker, the roads are lit up and still crowded. Buses, three-wheeled autorickshaws and scooters fill the night roads. In the near distance looms the magnificent historic Red Fort. It glows with pride. You're in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, a place where history retains its flavors.Chandni Chowk New Delhi, Delhi, India
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