The land – Khasra No 258 spills out the Parisian scent from every nook. This hidden gem is known as ‘Champa Gali’ is located in the Lane no.3 of Saidulajab (a village in Saket). A few years back this place used to be a poultry shed, which is now been transformed into a Parisian passageway all thanks to Mr Jiten Suchede. His stunning carpentry and tea stall (Jugmug Thela) led to the rise of Champa Gali.
Ever wondered why your DSLR couldn’t take night shots as good as you wanted or how is that dreamy blur effect is taken, the answer is “long exposure”.