Some fancy lintels and arches from Old Delhi to start with:
Nice mix of Ganesh, the elephant god, and what look to me like angels.
Some fancy brickwork forming arches around this old wooden door. There is an extractor fan in the fanlight. I think the door opens with the hinge on the left, because of the doorstopper on the lower right side and the keyhole on the right.
The rear entrance to the Moti Cinema off Bhagirath Place, Chhippy Wada on Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. Popularly known as the Moti Talkies, this cinema was where young courting couples could clandestinely congregate (enough of the alliteration, already!) before the Second World War. It was briefly closed in 2013 when the municipal authorities refused to give the building a health & safety certificate, but it is back in business.
It was one of the last big, single screen theatres. Apart from showing English language films as matinees, Moti was renowned for showing films from Bihar (in Bhojpuri language). You can catch Sajan Chale Sasural:2 if you go this evening. Here’s the trailer: