Life- A Short Story#2

Thank you, Anita, for sharing these very interesting memories about your growing up years. Three of my four children were growing up in NSW, Australia, during the sixties. Soon after migrating to Australia we
my husband and I started living in a garage with our three children
under three years of age! 🙂

Today, I live in a three bedroom house all by myself! 🙂

Anita's Perspectives on Life.

Being A Delhiite

Being A Delhiite

Delhi in the mid-sixties was quite different. It was a blend of the urban and the rural. It had wide-open spaces and was interspaced with villages. It had and still has a forest area within the city called the Delhi Ridge area.

I was brought up in South Delhi. We lived for many years in Wazir Nagar…next to the South Extension. South Extension was considered to be a place for the rich. South Extension is one of the posh localities in South Delhi. It is on Ring Road. There is a very popular market in South Delhi. But most people who lived in Wazir Nagar belonged to the middle class of that time. Nowadays definition of the middle class has been changed.

Delhi back then was a very different place from today. I grew up here and have many beautiful memories from this…

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