Hidden away in old Delhi, a little ahead of chaotic Kinari Bazaar and a few metres away from the Jalebi Wala is a quiet lane called Naughara. Naughara is the new home for a Heritage Walk that’s been organised by DMRC and a Delhi based troupe called Delhi Walks which takes place every weekend!
It’s just started and is a month long initiative, which holds a bunch of things that will highlight parts of Old Delhi that are completely unknown to us! The first walk that took place was called ‘An Empire’s Tale through the Blooming Red’. It started with an hour-long ‘Sair-o-Shahjahanabad’, conducted by members of Delhi Walks. The walk commenced with registration at the Chandni Chowk Metro Station and from there began the journey on foot through Fountain Chowk, Sis Ganj Gurdwara, Dariba Kalan, Kinari Bazaar, Nai Sarak and finally Town Hall! NICE!
The aim here is to see the city through the patina of heritage. To see things that we haven’t experienced before and to get to know about the glorious past that this beautiful city holds.
Eight such walks have already been planned at a cost of Rs 500 from Heritage Line Metro stations — Jama Masjid, Delhi Gate and Red Fort, as well as other stations like Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazaar.
So go ahead and join the troupe on the weekends to be a part of this amazing Heritage Walk!
Price | Rs 500
Catch The Schedule Here | https://goo.gl/ru6bjM
Sourced Via Indian Express