Vikramjit Singh Rooprai
I am Vikramjit Singh Rooprai, a Heritage Lover, who is stuck in the vast field of IT. When the usual IT job became boring, it was time to do something more exciting. So I started travelling, clicking and exploring the rich Heritage of India. These days, I focus on Delhi and try to unfold as much as I can. I try to document my findings on my website www.monumentsofdelhi.com.
Delhi Heritage Photography Club
On 24th October 2009, I started clicking Delhi’s Heritage in a systematic manner. Within an year, I started a club called Delhi Heritage Photography Club on Facebook, which is now one of the fastest growing hobby clubs of Delhi.
This BLOG started as my Travel Log, but soon turned into a Heritage resource pool.
Happy surfing & reading…
Vikramjit Singh Roopraihttp://www.vikramjits.com email@example.com
Good 1 Dude.
Congrats. Vick. I am really happy that finally you have done something for your trips. It will be a good place where we can share our trip’s experience and some tips as well. Good Job…
Surely my next post will be about our trip to McLeodganj 😀
I will wait for that…
Great work sir jee.. hats off !!! waiting for more
Very interesting post and good pictures. I hope more of our heritage is restored
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Great work Vikramjit. Co-incidentally, I have been wanting to do something similar for a long time but time constraints never allowed me to. There’s this really nice book by Lucy Peck on Delhi: A thousand years of building and is INTACH certified. I believe you would already know about it but if you haven’t come across it would recommend a buy. Best Wishes
Lucy Peck is an amazing book. But we have stepped ahead of that now. Because of page limitations, the book misses some very minute details. We are trying to get into that as well.
Hi.. can i get ur contact no. Please. I need to talk to you. I am very much interseted in places like the delhi earth station.
Why dont you mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Read your article on Malcha Mahal. Are the sister brother duo still alive. How do they manage their expenses and day to day needs if they do not step out. Curious to know.
Well, i heard that sometime back, thr lady died. Not confirmed though
You were very good today as you told us everything about mehrauli archaeological park.
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Bhai Vikramjit singh rooprai ji
28-11-2016 se 30-11-2016 tak mai Delhi mai tha
mai nai aap se contact karne ki koshish bhi ki magar aap ka koi mobile no nahi tha
Main nai Dada Najaf Khan Korai Baloch ke tomb ke guard se bhi aap ka no manga magar us ke pas nahi tha
aainda jab kabhi India aaya to aap se milna chahoon ga
plz mere email pr apna mobile ya landline no zaroor dena
muje aap se boht sati baten karni hai