The thing too close to eye is hard to see. The glamorization of one thing sometimes hides the dimly lit. Delhi is full of crowd, hustle-bustle, towering buildings, historical marvels, and surprises. It's amazing that just behind the ever so crowded Qutub Complex, there's a place so serene and secluded as Sanjay Van. I set off at 6 am on a lazy Sunday morning for this. So it had to be really good for me to not to lash out. (It was)
The moment I reached the meeting point I was greeted by clouds, rain and firefox bicycles. I pounced on a bicycle after 8 years or so. The flag off set us on a unique journey, the camera sling bag made it even more exciting for me. In the beginning, it was unnerving riding a bicycle amid gigantic and speed monster motor vehicles but gradually the feeling sunk in.
Thanks to the innovative thinking of Opera, we went towards less visited Mehrauli Archaeological park and not Qutub complex. Mehrauli Archaeological park with over 100 historically significant monuments, is the only area of Delhi that has been continuously under occupation over 1000 years and still it misses on the tourist destinations list. The idea behind the #DiscoverWithOpera cyclothon was to discover the things that are right there in the sight but still unnoticed and not cared about.