After Lajpath Nagar Market we take on our favourite Sarojini Nagar Market. After all, where else will you get some killer fashion pieces and not pay a bomb for it!? And while you are working through piles of clothes and hungers pangs strike- here’s where you can go. KHURANA JUICE CORNER: Right at the entrance to the Sarojini Nagar market which is best known for bargain shopping, you can refresh yourself with drink of your choice from a large variety of fresh juices or a special ‘nimbu’ lemon priced very reasonably and even order a sandwich or patty to gear up for day full of shopping and bargaining. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’CAKE AND DAIRY SHOP: This may not look like an up-market modern bakery and cake shop but this 18 years old out-let offers amazing cakes, pastries and rolls. Besides the sweet treats, one can have oven fresh patties and lovely burgers for a snack-on-the-go. HOT POT: Located opposite the Haldiram’s outlet, this is a popular spot amongst the shoppers and local residents as well who relish Delhi’s traditional street food staples like Chhole Bhature, Gol- gappas, Aalo Tikki, etc. But, Hot Pot’s most popular offering is their delicious Dal ka Chilla. All the items on the menu at this 19 years old eatery are pocket friendly and freshly prepared.SHYAM JUICE AND CHAAT: With reasonably priced fresh fruit or vegetable juices, cold coffee, delicious creamy Kulfi Faluda, a variety of great milkshakes and mock-tails, this is a popular hang-out for the shoppers and the local residents of all ages.
Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The ’90s nostalgia train continues with news that the Japanese video game company behind Tamagotchi is reviving the classic game via an Apple Watch app.For those lacking the many formative childhood memories that centered on the game, Tamagotchi – first launched in 1996 – consists of taking care of digital pets, which hatch from eggs and grow into pixelated creatures. For your Tamagotchi to survive, it needs to be fed, cared for and cleaned up after, although even the most devoted pampering won’t keep it from eventually dying of ‘natural’ causes.Tamagotchi Classic on the Apple Watch.Image credit: iTunesWhile Tamagotchi is back for Apple Watch owners, according to The Verge the experience isn’t quite the same as when the creatures existed on standalone plastic key rings. For one thing, the app won’t let you ‘play’ with your Tamagotchi, making it perpetually cranky, and because there’s no animation, your Tamagotchi won’t react when you feed or discipline it.Still, the Tamagotchi app should momentarily transport a certain demographic straight back to middle school.Related: King of Kitsch: Meet the Company Behind Big Mouth Billy Bass and a Dozen Other Novelty Items From Your Childhood April 28, 2015 How Success Happens Listen Now