The Most InstaWorthy Places In Town To Get Your Photography Lingo On!

The Most InstaWorthy Places In Town To Get Your Photography Lingo On

Is your Instagram getting short of cool and creative posts? We’ve gotchu honey! Delhi has been blessed to be paraded over with artists worldwide who have transformed the city’s doleful walls into uber-cool artwork!

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  • All the places that we’ve listed out here are right in town!
  • It’s your time to update your Instagram accounts and make it the ‘Hawt’ topic!

Located amidst the posh Saket, this village has managed to keep its archaic touch quite gracefully. Its walls are embellished with vivid graffiti artwork. Quite often referred to as the Graffiti Hub of Delhi, Khirki Village has earned the title by hosting more experimental art practice. The place now is a community for artists and art lovers across town. Think nothing and just head off straight to this gem of our city!


The vibrant walls, cute lanes and boisterous cafes and clubs of Hauz Khas village make this spot as the hub for all the hippies out there! As you stroll through the village, you cannot help but gawk at the avant-garde artwork on its walls. Get your friends and plan out a good evening of exploring the village. Trust us, you won’t regret it!

Nearest Metro: 3 k.m from Green Park Metro Station (Yellow Line)


As believed to be the brewing Hauz Khas Village, this tiny urban village of Delhi signifies rebellion, color and thinking out of the box. All thanks to the artistic soldiers armed with their color palettes and paintbrushes that raided this village and funked it up!

Nearest Metro: 3 k.m from Hauz Khas Metro Station (Yellow Line)


Who would have thought that just another residential colony of Delhi had the potential to become India’s first open public art district?! The stories behind the graffiti over the walls are quite gripping. For example, the image we’ve featured here is “Colours of the Soul” by Senkoe. Inspired by the beauty of nature, Senkoe painted these birds in Lodhi colony to represent the colorful diversity of the people who live there and also to encourage them to communicate with each other and share stories, just like the birds would. Damn!

Nearest Metro: Jor Bagh(Yellow line) or JLN Stadium(Violet line)


Literally, the heart of Delhi, is there anything Connaught Place doesn’t have?! Graffiti art is spread across various walls at nooks and corners of Connaught Place. The peripheral walls of Shankar Market are like a Graffiti art gallery with characters and stories to be explored. That’s the thing with art, it gives you the freedom to interpret in your own way.

Nearest Metro: Rajiv Chowk (Blue and Yellow line)

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  • You to get your friends (preferably the ones with DSLR, coz DUH!) and get those perfect shots clicked.

If our post has found an art geek, you can find out more about the history of graffiti here.

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