What a jam

Would you want to be caught in this traffic jam?  A typical evening rush hour on one of the roads in New Delhi.

Picture courtesy: Skyscrapercity

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  • Manpreet

    Oww, no never. Hum Blognews se bol rahey hain, aapko kaisa lag raha hai ke bass ek hafta hi reh gaya hai, mic mein bolein please, ahem ahem…

  • Liju Philip

    @Sachin, yup blame the traffic 😉

    @Chittaranjan, yup i experienced it during one of my trips home. Going from Begumpet to Ramanthapur took me more than 1 hour. The traffic was simply horrible.

    @Reema, thanks for the wishes 😀

    @Manpreet, humko thoda thoda tension ho raha hai, thoda excitement bhi hai. single status miss hone ka gham bhi hai aur ek naya chapter life mein start karne ka excitement bhi hai. Over to the NDTV studios. 😉

  • Chintam

    OR do we want to get noticed going late. 🙂 as traditionally we like to wait for all those special people instead of carrying on with the function on the right time.

    Where is the opposite traffic btw, unless it is one-way street. We should have a picture with 2-way traffic to appreciate the chaos to – i know, we are not stuck in that traffic. Feel sorry for them.

    One of the motorways in England, they call it “the biggest car park in Europe” as it gets clogged up like this more often and comes virtually to a stnad-still. Sheer volumes of traffic cause this and some times due to a broken down vehicle or some roadworks.

  • Liju Philip

    @Chintam, ya its a norm in India that the chief guest should be at least 2-3 hours late for the function. Arriving on or before time is considered a loss of face 😉

    @Kipet, such jams are normal in Bangkok (Thailand) too.