Attend This Heritage Trail Happening At Jahanpanah That Will Take You Through Bijay Mandal & More
It’s an indisputable fact that Delhi is a city with staggeringly rich cultural heritage. And what better way to learn more about the fair city that we live in than walking through the remains that take you back to the glorious bygone era? Nothing at all!
Walk Through The 4th City Of Delhi | So, we just heard that there’s a heritage walk taking place at the fourth city of Delhi, Jahanpanah, which was built by Mohd. Bin Tughlaq of the Tughlaq Dynasty. This trail will walk you through the Begumpur Mosque which is the second largest mosque in Delhi now sitting in ruins, the Shah Ji Mahal (if open) which was a resting house built during the reigns of the last Tughlaq ruler, Firoz Shah Tughlak and the Bijay Mandal which was the Delhi Parliament at the time. The language of instructions will be Hindi & Urdu, and the charge per person is priced at Rs 200.
The assembly point for the walk will be Bijay Mandal at 4:30 PM on Sunday, the 30th of June! So, you’re interested in this enlightening experience, you might want to make an advance payment of Rs 100 via Paytm on +91 7303 200 135 and then a screenshot of the payment is to be WhatsApped to the number, +91 9560 688 156.
So, book your spots now and get lost in the ruins of the dynasty that once flourished in the city of Delhi!
When | Sunday, 30th June
Where | Bijay Mandal Entrance Gate - Opposite Sarvpriya Vihar Club, Kalu Sarai
Entry | Rs 200
Timings | 4:30 - 7:30 PM
Make Payments Via Paytm Here | +91 7303 200 135
Whatsapp Them Here | +91 9560 688 156
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