The culture of any city is created and carried by its people. New Yorkers has made what New York is and has always been – a never-ending dream and also a place where dreams come true. New York is where the American dream is made.
I saw this the day I landed in NYC from India and since then I have seen it so much that I am convinced – people love balloons in NYC. I know it sounds silly but trust me, the number of balloons I have seen on the streets top the balloons I have seen in my whole life. Not sure if this says something about this magnificent and mysterious city or about my life back in New Delhi
Welcome to Part A of the A to Z of the New York Series. There are so many things to do in NYC and so many places to see. If that is something you are interested in then there are many blogs on that topic already and my friend, check those bloggers out. My suggestion […]
At times, I really miss my home in Delhi. While I can not recreate the warmth of my family, I definitely can recreate the feeling of Delhi. Welcome to Little India – a small single stretch of road in Jersey city that looks & feels exactly like a busy Indian street market. Jonathan & I […]
I moved to New York 10 months ago, filled with love & excitement from India. The only knowledge I had of New York and America, in general, was from my American husband or from sitcoms & romcoms. While on the one hand I felt terrified to be in a new country, on the other, I was in awe of everything. My husband found them amusing and so I started to record some of my observations about the Big Apple.
It has been 10 months since I moved to America. I’m embarrassed to say this, but only just now did I figure out currency in America. Learning the coinage of the United States has clearly not been a priority for me. In our day-to-day life, there is very little association with physical money exchange.
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan stored my feelings in this beautiful song – Main Jahaan rahoon -Main Jahan Rahoon, Main kahi bhi hu, Teri yaad saath hai.