Spicy and soft laphing, small beautiful monastery, funky clothes, college students, are just a few very obvious sights you come across when you visit Majnu Ka Tilla in Delhi. Officially named New Aruna Nagar Colony, this small settlement in North Delhi is nothing short of a mini Tibet.
Tibetan refugees in the area have made a small world for themselves in this settlement. If you want to visit a monastery in Delhi, Majnu ka Tilla is the place to go. It also houses a beautiful Buddhist temple. One of the most popular offerings of this place is the authentic Tibetan cuisine. There are several cafes and restaurants that serve warm Tibetan and Himachali cuisine. From Tee Dee restaurant to Ama Cafe, these spots have garnered great reputation amongst the youth of Delhi.
While the restaurants in Majnu ka Tilla are always full, its streets are also never empty. From flea markets offering some very fashionable street wear to grocery stores selling Korean noodles, this place has a lot. And ofcourse, if you talk about Majnu ka Tilla, you cannot not mention the very popular laphing. You try this street food once and it is evident you'll visit the place back just for it.
Here is a glimpse of how Majnu ka Tilla is doing in this lockdown-