Subject: 'A little about New Delhi'
Posted by Chia on: Thursday, March 09, 2006 at 01:37 AM PST
New Delhi is a spraw of about 80 kilometers with different districts. Contrary to popular belief, not all Indians are mostly vegetarians. You will see mutton burgers featured in restaurant flyers! One tourist part of town is called "Connaught Place" where there are lots of souvenirs, clothes, and things to buy -- plus coffee shops and restaurants, including a few vegetarian ones. You will be able to read the signs as they are in English and indicate if vegetarian. If you go to the Karol Baugh district, which is known for wedding shopping (printers and lots of jewlery shops), you will also be able to find a handful of all veg places that are modern.
Subject: 'Organic food in New Delhi'
Posted by Guest on: Thursday, March 09, 2006 at 01:37 AM PST
You may want to check out the Navdanya sustainable agriculture movement spearheaded by Vandana Shiva. They have two outlets in New Delhi-- Dilli Haat and Hauz Khas. Let me know if you know of others.