About Pallavi
Pallavi and web work go hand in hand. She loves to untangle chaos, create structure and results that are useful and beautiful. Her professional expertise include documentary photography, fine-art, street photography which captures a wide array of daily commotions which are missed by most of us in daily routine. Working as a Digital Media Officer with Hidden-Pockets she is trying to bring different colours of Delhi to internet through her blog posts. She is a researcher interested in feminism, cyberspace, pop-culture, philosophy, and games. You can find her traversing the length and breadth of the city conducting walk recce and indulging in gastronomic pleasures.

5 things to keep in mind when counselling juveniles

September 23, 2016 Pallavi 0

Butterflies and Tulir – Center for the Prevention and Healing of Child Sexual Abuse organized a workshop on ‘Can We Teach These Kids to Dance: Developmental Treatment Model for Addressing Sexual Behaviour Problems in Youth’ in New Delhi. It was facilitated by Prof. Kevin Creeden, Director of Assessment and Research at the Read More

Majnu Ka Tilla Food Walk

September 7, 2016 Pallavi 0

Hidden-Pockets is up with its first food walk in the not so hidden yet hidden pocket of Majnu ka tilla. We will take you to through the colourful lanes of New Aruna Nagar, a Tibetan settlement located in North Delhi. It is known for its Tibetan cuisines. And if you Read More

In the open gym of Jahapanah city forest!

September 1, 2016 Pallavi 4

“Don’t go there alone. It is quite unsafe.” said everyone from people to news articles. “Our maids use it because it connects Govindpuri to Greater Kailash and Alaknanda region during the day but avoid it post 5pm.” The vastness and the anti-social narrative of the place is intriguing enough to Read More

5 simple things to do to know your city better

August 26, 2016 Pallavi 5

Every time technology fails you become a little more human! You talk to people, you ask, you navigate your way and take charge of your situation. After I moved to Delhi, first thing that caught my attention was her vastness. It is literally 4 cities, and this is minus the Read More

Need a reason to get out? Try Delhi’s Street Food!

August 24, 2016 Pallavi 8

Sipping a cup of tea by the roadside! Dinner under the open night sky! To act upon these lines all you need is a street food joint. It gives you both food and food for thought. My relationship with street food dates back to my college days. Inedible food and unidentified vegetables Read More

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