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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Circular Jogging Track - Talkatora Garden



Call me obsessed, but the onset of winter gets to me big time and I try and move about as much as I can before the chill freezes the spine. This is the circular inclined track that I clicked at the Talkatora Gardens. I saw a couple of people with their ears already covered with mufflers and some others wearing woolen vests. So it is finally coming here.

P.S: My axiom in life is "Exaggeration in an art of living". So going by view of the city, you might think that it is in the Everest (trust me I can describe the winter in minus degrees). But the fact is it is the best time of the yar to visit the Indian Capital.

12 comments:

magiceye said...

beautiful perspective, composition and capture!

in delhi you at least have something to call winter! in mumbai we have only summer and monsoon!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I must say that you would not know you were in such a large city by looking at this picture. It looks more green than some jungles and is a welcome sight to those wandering in the deserts of the world. Look at the leaves. Beautiful. What is below the track? A place for lovers perhaps?

Mo said...

I love the green spaces of big cities. Very cold here now as well.

JM said...

That must be a wonderful place to hag out. I haven't visited those gardens but they ought to be beautiful!
Is November colder than January? I was there for the 2nd time on the 1st month of the year and it was ok, not freezing... on the other hand August was suffocating, but I prefer that rather than cold! :-)

Old Lady Lincoln said...

Wow, that is some jogging area.

Kris said...

It looks enough to make you dizzy!

humanobserver said...

Nice capture...

Priyanka Khot said...

@ Abe: The garden serves as a morning jogging space for all age groups in the early morning, as the day proceeds it transforms into a lovers' point and at night it hosts wedding parties with lot of food, music and alcohol.

Priyanka Khot said...

@ JM: Well it is not too cold... December would be the time when the mercury dips big time. October is the best time to visit Delhi.

tejbir said...

another of posts that makes me miss delhi and its environs/weather yet again!

~xTc~ said...

i couldn't agree more... ironically, i just wrote a post some days back on the onset of winter too!!! i guess each delhiite feels this way about how gorgeously foggy yet cozy this city gets by november!!! it's the best feeling to be wrapped up in a giant coat and sip steaming black coffee from a cup that also serves the purpose of warming numb, frozen fingers :)... cheers!

Jazzy said...

since i jog very often in my local park that interesting jogging track would be a great way for me to keep fit.

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