Gurgaon loves to experiment with its food and restaurants as Cyber Hub is a testimony to the fact. Bengalis in Gurgaon, too, are adventurous and experiment with food a lot. Gone are the days when Luchi bhaja and begun bhaja would be the patent Sunday breakfast in every bengali household or Mutton kosha and rooti would follow at night. Now, since bengalis have travelled the world (and the Gurgaon crowd is well travelled group) Pasta, fettuccine, bacon and ham have made it into a bengali fridge.
I have been living in Gurgaon for the past three years and although I have seen the moods of Gurgaon, the contrasts and the culture, but was stumped when someone asked me what was Gurgaon famous for. All kinds of negative images of potholes, road rage and pollution came to mind, but it became increasingly difficult to see the glass as half full. In order to understand Gurgaon a little better and what people- who have stayed here way longer than I have, would say, I asked them what do they think Gurgaon is famous for.
Rains in Gurgaon always spells doom over the commuters. The maximum problem are faced by people who commutes to and fro Delhi or Noida to Gurgaon. Yesterday, as monsoons hit the city with full force and provided some respite to everyone from the increasing humidity, everyone was elated. But the elation soon ended when people faced water logged roads, total chaos and traffic confusion while going from Gurgaon to Delhi.
After the last Gurgaon fashion week fiasco in April, it was now a kid's fashion show that saw the event organizers, promoters of Vaishnavi Event Organization, run away with money leaving employees and participants at lurch. The employees, who were not paid two month's salary filed a diary with the Sushant Lok Police station and investigation is going. To understand more as to how a god fearing man and a loving father chalked out this entire plan, you would have to read further on.