Delhi Bites

I have dependably been a travel crack. I owe this piece of my qualities to my dad who was himself one. This has enabled me to build up an awesome feeling of energy about delight and disturbances of travel alike. Having gone by just about 80% of India on travel interests, I trust I have built up a decent feeling of comprehension of different parts of the nation. Delhi has unquestionably one of best learning background as far as culturally diverse amalgamation thus called abnormal desires for any non-delhite. By bizarre desires, I intend to say desires like perilous for ladies, car influxes, wrongdoing, goons, and so on. I have been extremely positive by naming it as desires the same number of remote explorers have discovered it incredibly beguiling to take it as a characteristic of Delhi instead of negative ones.

In spite of the fact that I likewise have comparable desires and encounters in Delhi, what makes everybody to act in supposed Delhite design. I had been condemning of some of my companions hailing from Delhi who have such Identity Stars as a part of their identity however my experience here is something which has taken me for an amazement. I have taken up another activity in Delhi and used to travel ordinary from Greater Noida to South Delhi. Presently I have moved to South Delhi, so travel is only 15 minutes from home.

What isn’t imperative here is that I used to set aside so much endeavours and opportunity to achieve office and afterward return. What is gnawing me really is the mental effect in my conduct because of shifted conditions and encounters. To begin, I lost my cell phone on the third day of office as I boarded in the transport in Noida. Mind it, I was quite recently negligent for 3-4 minutes and it was stolen. That was the first blow which left me disturbed and incapacitated for 10 days. Besides, the airtel individuals didn’t convey me the sim for 10 days in the wake of having guaranteed me to convey in 2 days. I called them around 15 times and got a guarantee around 7 times. On one of those days, one of them called me to request that me where convey me. I am requesting that he convey him at my okhla office as it was likewise advantageous for him. He didn’t turn up. When I called him to check what happened, he said ” Sir primary sabji lene chala gaya tha. Ghar pe khatm ho gayi thi”. I wound up plainly incensed and grumbled at Call focus and disclosed to them I am documenting protest in shopper court and slammed the telephone. Some senior person called me and said they will convey following day. Some other person called me following day and said “Call focus ridge paagal hai. Murmur convey nahin karenge. Aap khud aake le jao”. You can’t envision my response after I heard this.

There have been different disturbances too. When you need to take an auto rickshaw, it can be ensured that he won’t pass by meter and rather request an expanded sum. In the wake of battling and contending for a half year now, I watch a great deal of changes inside me. Delhi has nibbled over a person’s identity properties and affected if not changed his approach. Presently every time I need to get a rickshaw, I am prepared to battle (as a warrior). The progressions reflect in my approach towards critical thinking as well.

The possibility of an affair is to learn and to improve life. In any case, it isn’t going on for this situation. Is it the reason Delhi is that way? Is it that individuals carry on the way they do or might be I have begun doing. I am yet to find. How about we perceive how it goes and how I pull it back.

11 Comments

  1. Rohit Saha

    Read this one late I guess. (was written a lot earlier) !!! Nicely put. Enjoyed reading it more maybe because I knew about those incidences.

  2. Hehe.. finally I know why you have been fighting and arguing with all rickshaw walas… and of course always like “a warrior”… unhone kuch bola ni ki always ready to give them back…
    And as far as writing is being concerned…you could have elaborated the first incident a bit… by telling what sort of various problems you encountered… like I would of course like to know that how can you spend 10 days without a cell phone…:P
    Now I also know from where have you got this attribute of bargaining like girls do.. 😛
    And call centre experience actually reminded me of a very troublesome and pathetic day of my life as well.. and as events were going on in it… the way you described the incident..was nicely put up.. but yes… I would really like to know ki uske baad kya hua… what step did u take after getting way too much frustrated and irritated…
    And yeah..!! Sharing your experiences might help some people in future…as we never know what may happen in next moment and what may click at that particular moment… and even if there is no moral in the end at times… people like me will keep calm thinking, yaar ye sab har kisi ke saath hota rehta hai and might even laugh at the situation instead of crying… 😉

    So keep sharing your experiences and keep helping others…:)

  3. Rupali Singh

    Very truly said Prateek………….have lived in Delhi for almost 14 years and have yet to understand the wayz…….it shall make you strong enough and sharpen your abilities of immense problem-solving, patience and survival!!! Well written, as alwayz….

  4. Hehehehe… Y it seems that when you use to describe me …. used same words which you are using for yourself here…. your experiences are hilarious but I’ld say … its not Delhi …. its just that now you getting a chance to observe the either side of humanity!! **a proud look away!!

  5. Niketa Singh

    Very true…………. I also agree in different parts of the country people’s approach towards life varies widely………… I have lived in 4 different states of India and traveled across 23 states and i feel DELHI is unique!!

  6. Neelam Mundhra

    quite an experience ha….many many more to come…:)
    Nice topic to start a blog…m sure u ‘d gets loads to write and
    on our part lots of experiences to read..:)

  7. umm…. quiet true.. n kudo’s 2 u man .. evn i lost my phne d 2nd dae.. i 1st went to delhi .. once u adopt tht place.. u start loving itt…… n more likely whn u go to the real delhi .. deli-6 … thn ull find … its much more simpler d odr side.. 🙂 🙂

  8. Elodie Froc

    Oho intersting article. My Delhi experience is quite different as I wouldnt be ever stolen, but with the autorickshaw, this is a very good description haha!! Like a “warrior”!! In my case, as I am a lady, I could use my smile to bargain a cheaper price but I’m not sure it will work for you ;-)!
    Soon I’ll also live in South Delhi, so I’ll more to share concerning my daily experience in the town.

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