In South Delhi's sprawling working-class settlement, a family of five live together in one cramped room.
With an increase in cases of student depression and suicides, Indian universities' complete lack of focus on mental health is not just surprising, but scary.
Today, the place is either looked upon as a picnic spot or only remembered when needed for political gimmicks.
Parents need to understand that they are facilitators, not instructors and the only way forward is with communication and acceptance.
With the recent bi-weekly blockade of the highway, residents of the valley are looking at difficult times ahead.
The definition of nationalism has been subtly manipulated into something that suits the political interests of certain individuals.
"My family gave me clear instructions to stay inside after dark," says a young Kashmiri who was visiting Delhi when the Pulwama terror attack happened.