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Champa Gali

Sunday it was all gread up that i will stay home and clean the house , I finished all my work around 1 and this saket champa Gali was on my mind from couple of days the i thought why not to go ..I did some R&D , where to eat , where to shop etc. and went there . It took almost an hour to reach there but all worthed when i saw the ambiance , i had less time and i had some 3-4 places in my list .eating / Reading / craft and wooden shops this place is full of all kinds. i landed in "The reading Room " where you can donate some books , in replacement they will treat you with tea and cookies , you can spend you fine time reading a book " this initiative is started by Ms. Rekha " I loved the concept , Spent some time paid for the tea and headed Tokai Coffee and had dark caramal and choclate coffee with nuts Brownee ...As i had to come back to GGN, I took a long walk to the lane and saw amazing cafes , handy craft shops and there was one of the woman NGO as well who sells all hand makes all handmade products .As soon as i reached home , I wanted to out this all in my diary but the i thought to share it with all of you .The definition of Solo doesn't end on " Alone " , Its more to do with how much do you enjoy your own company the way you enjoy , Laugh , cheer with your friends and family ... Once in a month or as in when you have time , Talk to yourself , Take yourself on a long walk , Listen to the music of your heart , Run with your self , Love yourself, Watch movie , go on a second level " Go for a Trip " ......Em not sure what it means for you ? Find out ...I will come back soon with new trip letter till then ..Explore the hidden gems within you ,Keep Shining , Keep Smiling & Keep TravellingLove ,Anshu
Ridhima Gera
Day 2 :Day 2 began with finding the hidden gems in the capital, not just visiting the places like monuments and pubs but I was finding the peaceful Delhi indeed, and this place did not fail to surprise me. In the always moving and busy city a lane 'Champa Gali' hidden in a village of Saket, which just doesn't feel like Delhi. As hippie as it could be but also peaceful at the same time! There were two cafes to serve quick bites and tea and coffee along with a reading room (a room full of pre- owned books) and some handicraft stores to score on some really cool stuff! The name of this lane may sound shady but it is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the capital!
Sonalika Debnath
Tucked away in Lane no. 3 of the quiet little village of Said-ul-Ajaib, Champa Gali is a short walk away from the Saket Metro Station in New Delhi. This charming hideaway is a potpourri of all things good – art, culture, chai, coffee and impromptu music gigs.The pebbled street, which houses a cafe with an on-site roastery, a design studio, creative workshops, and a street-style pop up tea-stall, is located inside a narrow lane that is fringed by tiny ration shops, and village dwellings.