Wednesday, July 15, 2015

8 Reasons Why Delhi Is Better Than Mumbai

I created this post just for fun as a blogger with The Huffington post. Little did I know at the time, that this will become viral.

After 24000 Likes / Shares across social media platforms, this interesting topic generated positive / constructive remarks from about 70 % of users. Disclaimer: I love both the metros

Here it is once again, in case you have missed reading it. Leave your comments please.  

The samosa vs. vada pav war is here once again. Which side are you on? 

Now, before you get all excited and start aiming your missiles, here's the caveat: this article is not intended to harm anyone's sentiments and should be seen as such. For if the Mumbaikars and the Dilliwallahs continue to outsmart each other in all spheres of life as they do now, to my mind, it can only help us understand and bond better as there's a lot to learn from each other. But that is for the comments section.
For you, here are 8 reasons why I feel Delhi is better than Mumbai. If you are from Mumbai, let's see what you have got.
1. A samosa is tastier than a vada pav: Without a doubt. It is a totally desi snack unlike vada pav which has an angrezi influence because of the bun.
2. We love our pigeons but hate pigeonholes: Not just hearts, people's houses in Delhi are larger too.
3. Delhi has all 4 seasons: While Mumbai's four seasons are hot, very hot, monsoon and hot, Delhi has summer, winter, autumn and spring. That's precisely the reason why people are more fashionable in Delhi and their wardrobes fuller. It is possible to change your clothes with the change in season.
4. Roads are wider in Delhi: And we have recently learnt how to drive in lanes too, thanks to our police, so we honk lesser and drive straighter.
5. What's in a name: Delhi has remained loyal to its old name as we believe in real work, not plastic surgery.
6. Every Dilliwalla is a celebrity: The guys you call celebrities even in Mumbai, for example Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan, have been exported from Delhi.
7. Snow-capped destinations are a few hours' ride: In Delhi you are just 200 kilometres away from snow during winters. In summers too, you are not more than 500 kilometres away.
8. Delhi's cuisine is legendary: Butter chicken, dal makhani and chicken tikka etc. I better not list Mumbai's dishes that can be served as a meal.


First appeared at Huffington post here