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?Cities of India? Series is a Rare Treat

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August 2002
?Cities of India? Series is a Rare Treat

It?s been an absolute delight to indulge in your ?Cities of India? series. Unlike travel books or websites that have the same old reference information on these cites, Khabar?s series has managed to bring out the true character of the cities. The passion of the writers for their respective city has been quite evident; their style and perspective has been unique.

Nina Arora?s depiction of Mumbai was one such passionately written piece. As a Bombayiate, I feel it was strikingly accurate in pegging down the character and subtleties of the city. Similarly, as a frequent visitor to Bangalore I can relate when Sivapriya Subramanian talks about the transformation of this sleepy but serene and picturesque town into a dynamic and vibrant city with youthful energy. There couldn?t be a better description of Bangalore than ?Getting Younger by the Day? as appeared in your heading for the article.

As a prolific reader and traveler, I have a reasonably good acquaintance of India?s cities. Yet, the Delhi article in your series was able to add so much to my comprehension of the city ? which I have yet to visit.

- Prathmesh Shah, Atlanta


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