Chowrasia says he is relishing the prospect of playing the USD 2.1 million event in front of his home fans.
The 31-year-old secured the co-sanctioned Indian Masters and is aiming to produce another memorable win in the event sanctioned by the European, Asian and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI).
"I've always enjoyed playing at the DLF Golf and Country Club. I've changed my swing a little and I'm experiencing a better feel to my game. My form is very good," said Chowrasia.
China's Liang Wen-chong, meanwhile, has sacrificed his all-important annual Chinese Lunar New Year reunion dinner to compete at this week's inaugural Avantha Masters.
The Chinese Lunar New Year falls this weekend and Liang, the 2007 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, has decided to give it a miss in pursuit for glory in the February 11-14.
"As a professional, there are sacrifices to be made and this week's event will be one of them," said Liang.
India has been a happy hunting ground for Liang as he won his second Asian Tour title here in 2008 and he is looking forward to another happy return.
"It's always nice to return to the place that brought you fond memories. I hope I'll leave here with sweet memories again at the end of the week," said Liang.