Dilli Nama - A Photo Exhibition On Delhi

October 29, 2010

During the Common Wealth Games, I visited this photo exhibition called "Dilli Nama".   Actually being a Delhite at heart, it always interests me to know the history of the place.  This exhibition was organized by Delhi Urban Arts Commission (DUAC) at India Habitat Centre and Red Fort.  The one I visited was India Habitat Centre.  It was a treat for the eyes as it showed the so very different facets of Delhi be it colonial, migrant, old, cultural, sufi or the new face of Delhi.  The pictures of refugee Delhi was also touching. Have a look...


The exhibition was a collage of drawings, photographs and replicas of certain areas of Delhi showed the vast diversity of the city.

So, this is Delhi!


This is how the exhibition looked like



Well, this was an intersting question asked? "Dilli Kiski ?"


Delhi does not really have it's speciality in handicraft items, but is a beautiful fusion of art and hadicrafts from all the States of the India









The three faces of Delhi - Old, sarkari and millenium!


Enjoy!

RESTLESS

PS - All pics clicked by me for a change!



13 comments:

Neo The Hacker said...

Great shots. I Missed it. It does brings out the many facets of the city.

A Restless Mind With A Sensitive Heart! said...

Yeah, it was amazing to see those! I have not put all pics, there were more.

Btw, hope by putting these pics, I have not infringed on their right for pics? Nobody stopped me from clicking so I thought may be they are fine with it. God knows! Any idea?

Shilpa Garg said...

Shows many unknown facets of the city!! Cool clicks!

varsha said...

Thanks for sharing this Restless!
If I go to Delhi wd make time for this.

Neo The Hacker said...

Hmmm..that aspect is there. but considering the fact that these are actully not photos, but pamphlets sort of.. i don't think it will come under copyright violation.

anyways, just give the credit and no problems.

dr.antony said...

The many faces of a trampled city.

A Restless Mind With A Sensitive Heart! said...

Shilpa - thanks :)

Varsha - U welcome Varsha! Well, I guess the exhibition was for that time only, but yes Delhi has diverse places to see. See the latest post.

Neo - ok. Hope my mention about DUAC is enough. but thanks.

RESTLESS

Vaish said...

Beautiful pictures! thanks for sharing them and bringing the Delhi flavor to me :)

A Restless Mind With A Sensitive Heart! said...

Vaish, you're welcome dear!

Reema said...

ye dilli hai mere yaar..bas ishk mohabbat pyar :)

A Restless Mind With A Sensitive Heart! said...

Reema, yup dear!

Medha said...

Hi Restless

I am glad to see this today. Was browsing through to see if theres is anything on google about Dillinama. I am one of the core team members who worked on this exhibition. :) It was nice going through these pictures after more than a year. BTW.. do I already know you?? are you a TVB alumni or some1 ?? Im curious to know about u :)  I look forward to hearing back from you. 

RESTLESS said...

Hi Medha!

I can understand how great it feels! Congratulations... it's amazing to know that u were a part of the exhibition.  I just loved it... adored it... and was thanking the organizers to working on this theme! Loved to see apni Dilli this way.

No, we dont know each other... we are not associated... i love to visit such exhibitions whenever i can and click pics if allowed :) 

I am glad u visited this blog :) You can tell me when you this exhibition again in Delhi or elsewhere, i will try to spread a word as much as i can :)

take care

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