A photojournalist with Agence France-Presse (AFP), Chandan Khanna’s projects keep him engaged with the Delhi National Capital Region. Within the Capital, Khanna is partial to the neighbourhoods of Old Delhi. “These areas hold the real essence of Shahjahanabad, and truly imbibe all the character that makes Delhi the city it is,” he elaborates. Besides a stroll through Chandni Chowk and Paharganj Street, the foodie recommends eateries like Rajinder da Dhaba in Safdarjung, 1930’s establishment Kake da Hotel in Connaught Place, and a tipple at My Bar in Paharganj. Speaking of memorable Instagram clicks, he recalls two around Jama Masjid – One is a post-rain traffic jam, outside the Mughal-designed mosque, which captures “perfection in chaos”. The other being, a milling crowd shot through a mirror, alongside an oblivious watchmaker focussed on work. When not on assignment, the small town of Vrindavan in northern Uttar Pradesh, is where Khanna likes to unwind – especially around the festival of Holi.