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Forest Therapy Walk

Lodi Gardens

Join me for an Immersive Forest Bathing Experience An reflective experience amidst Nature. Forest bathing is a gentle & immersive mindful walk inspired by the Japanese form of nature therapy a.k.a Shinrin Yoku. A combination of therapeutic leisurely walks on gentle paths under canopy of trees with guided activities to help you open your senses […]


Mehrauli: Tales from the Village of Sufi Saints & Slave Sultans


Spend a Sunday in the DBF time-machine as we roam the alleys of a 1200 years old village right here in Delhi! Do you wish to explore the link between the great Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chisti and Delhi’s most famous Sufi pir Nizamuddin Auliya while walking the lanes of the oldest bazaars of Delhi? Did […]

₹400 – ₹700

किला-ए-मुबारक… An Evening In Red Fort!

Old Delhi

Agar firdaus bar-rū-e-zamīñ ast Hamīñ ast o hamīñ ast o hamīñ ast This inscription on the wall of Red Fort or Qila~e~Mubarak as it was known alludes to its former glory, when travellers and historians to the Qila would refer to it as “Hasin Gardun” the magnificent defensive fort… And it was a sight to […]


Chandni Raat Mein Chandni Chowk Ki Raunaq!

Old Delhi

Romance the bygone era of the 7th city of Delhi, 'Shahjahanabad' and its most vibrant area, Chandni Chowk on a full moon night this Saturday as DBF takes you on a specially curated "Heritage & Walking Experiential Tour" winding down dimly-lit alleyways, cutting through the hushed silence of the night and off-the-beaten path in Chandni […]

₹700 – ₹1400

Conquer Delhi’s Cursed Fort – Tughlaqabad

Tughlaqabad Fort

It’s World Heritage Week!! And continuing this celebration of our city’s historical lineage, our second walk for this week is another of our “Delhi’s Fort Cities” walks to Delhi’s oldest extant Fort! Tughlaqabad!! This 14th century ‘Cursed Fort’ lies forgotten, almost a silent, massive sentinel on the South-western approach road to Delhi, mute spectators to […]


Heritage Walk in Mehrauli Archaeological Park


Delhi has seen many cities. If we start counting it goes to some 16 cities. Out of all these 16 this is the tale of that one city which had never lost its PRIDE any guesses ??? Yes that's where our next walk is.. each & every city that ever existed in Delhi was someway […]


Heritage Walk: Pre-Shahjahanabad Period

Old Delhi

Heritage Walk: Pre-Shahjahanabad Period Timings: 9 AM Date: 5th December 2021, Sunday Registration: Delhipedia brings you the culture behind the famous historical structures of the oldest living city of Delhi- Shahjahanabad. But what was Old Delhi before Shah Jahan decided to set up his capital here? It was still brimming with culture and history! […]


Daastan-e-Jahanpanah: Dark & Bright Times in Delh’s 4th city!


It was 1327 CE when the Sultan of Dilli, Sultan Mohammad Bin Tughlaq issued a 'Firmaan' (Royal Decree) which caught his people unawares...the recently fortified walls of a new city, built by the Sultan in Dilli, 'Jahanpanah' (Dilli's 4th city) was to be abandoned and the capital & its people were to move from Dilli […]

₹400 – ₹700

Dastan e Mandi House

Mandi House

When the plans of the city were laid out, Lutyens wanted the J-Circle to be unremarkable. All the plots around the circle were supposed to be allotted to princes, mostly from Punjab—Nabha, Jind, Bahawalpur, Malerkotla, and most importantly the little hilly state of Mandi. The city designed by the British was supposed to be a […]


Dastan e Khan Market

Khan Market Khan Market, Delhi

"After 14August, unable to cope with the torrent of people coming in from Punjab, the UP government stopped the entry of refugees into the state but Delhi, with its arms generously spread, went on accepting everyone..." — Yashpal, Jhootha Sach. If today's Delhi has a defining moment, it was when a flood of refugees who […]


Chawri Bazaar: Recalling Courtesans

Old Delhi

This will be a walk into the times bygone when the imperial city of Shahjahanabad was at its prime. The Chawri Bazaar, as it is now called, was a boulevard of beautiful and cultured courtesans or tawaifs. The history of the heydays of this market, famous historical landmarks and its well-known courtesans will be discussed […]

DPEG Photo Walk on Architectural Photography

Qutub Minar

𝐃𝐏𝐄𝐆 𝐏𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐨𝐰𝐚𝐥𝐤 # 384 𝘼𝘾𝙏𝙄𝙑𝙄𝙏𝙔: Architectural photography and faq session with the group. Photo Walk Leaders : Mr. J.S. Jaimohan @ 9811362325 Ms. @Aditi Singh @ 9873075740 𝘿𝘼𝙏𝙀: 11th of December, 202, Satur day 𝙏𝙄𝙈𝙀: 08:30 a.m. Onwards 𝙑𝙀𝙉𝙐𝙀 : Qutub Minar, Delhi. 𝙋𝙃𝙊𝙏𝙊 𝙒𝘼𝙇𝙆 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙎 : 𝐀𝐥𝐥 𝐃𝐏𝐄𝐆 𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐞𝐬 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐀𝐋𝐋 𝐩𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐨 […]


Night Walk in Chiragh Delhi

Chirag Delhi

"Night Walk in Chiragh Delhi" This Saturday, @sairedilli will be conducting a night walk in Chiragh Delhi. Chiragh Delhi, a well known area of South Delhi, once upon a time was in the fourth medieval city of Delhi named Jahanpanah. The reason of existence behind this city by Sultan Muhammad Bin Tughlaq (1325-51AD). Chiragh Delhi's […]

Free – ₹400

मौसम-ए-सरमा के ज़ायके: Winter Food Walk in Old Delhi

Old Delhi

ADVANCE BOOKING NECESSARY, BOOK HERE: The winter chill is well upon us and to Delhi foodies it can mean only one thing...a HUUUGE LONGING to throng the bylanes of Purani Dilli for a hearty feast of hot, soul-warming treats! Imagine Crispiest Kachoris…Tangy Tikkas…Hottest Halwas…Sizzling Seekhs…Gorgeous Garma-Garam it the subtle flavours of Marwaari snacks […]

₹700 – ₹1400

Dilli Durbar 1911: Making of New Delhi 110th Yr. Commemorative Walk

Connaught Place

THE EVENT NEEDS US TO MAKE ADVANCE ARRANGEMENTS, AND DUE TO COVID SOPs WE HAVE LIMITED SPOTS. SO KINDLY REGISTER IN ADVANCE: The Great Delhi Durbar of December 1911 was a grand & most elaborate arrangement to showcase the British Empire’s might in India and its right to don the ‘Imperial’ tag by demolishing […]

₹500 – ₹850

A walk in the 2nd city of Delhi built by Allauddin Khilji

Siri Fort

Alauddin khilji The cruelest sultans that Delhi had ever witnessed. The portrayal of khilji wasn't accurate as there's a tradition of playing with the history.Yes he was cruel, he was harsh, he was, he was mean & cunning, but he also was brave, bold & courageous. But it's also true that he's the reason for […]


Heritage Walk: Purana Qila

Purana Qila

Purana Qila is one of the oldest forts in Delhi. It is often referred to as Shergarh or Sher Fort after the Mughal Emperor Sher Shah Suri, who began its construction. It is said to be inhabited for the past 2,500 years, and excavations at the site show evidence for materials belonging to the pre-Mauryan […]


Night Walk at Qutub Complex

Qutub Minar

DASTAN, would be organizing its night walk in the Qutub Complex. Qutub Complex is a UNESCO world heritage site, consisting of various monuments and stories from Delhi Sultanate from Mamluk Dynasty to Khilji Dynasty (1206AD to 1316AD). The center of attraction would be the dark sky with beautifully lit monuments and pathways leading to them, […]

Free – ₹500

Cycling in Old Delhi

Old Delhi

Adios 2021! Time to Celebrate cycling, stories, and our city over our festive season discounted tours. We DBC team invite you all to celebrate this and upcoming year weekends with us, cycling on the lanes of Old Delhi. We are making this tour exclusive for Delhi and stories lovers! Make your last weekends memorable 💕 […]


Rohini Housing Walk

Rohini Rohini

Our team brings to you a weekend walk through the diverse neighborhoods of Rohini, as a one-time offshoot from our ongoing research on social housing in Delhi. How has Delhi Development Authority's approach to housing changed over the decades? Join us through one of the first housing projects in Delhi at Rohini to understand that. […]

₹500 – ₹800

Lodi Garden Walk

Lodi Gardens

Our last walk of the year. What better place than the iconic picnic spot of Delhi to bring the year to a close.. But there is so much more in this historic park - from Lodi era tombs to a rich diversity of trees, birds and other pollinators. Starting Point: Gate number 1. Just next […]

Free – ₹100

Qissa e Qutub: Qutub Minar on a full moon night.

Qutub Minar

It’s Delhi’s mascot!! A 13th century solitary stone sentinel, on the southern hills of Delhi, that's been built and rebuilt by mighty rulers who wanted to leave their mark on history!! Witness to a thousand controversies, fables and many an urban legend!!! This weekend traverse the realm of history and folklore as you take a […]

₹250 – ₹600

Safdarjung Tomb Walk

Safdarjung Tomb

Mohammad Shah Rangeela appointed Sa’adat Ali Khan as Nawab of Awadh in 1722, Saadat Ali Khan who declared independence from Delhi was to marry his elder daughter to his nephew Mirza Muquim Abdul Mansoor Khan,who we know as Safdar Jung. Safdar Jung succeeded his father in law as the Nawab and his son built his […]

₹300 – ₹600

Partition and its impact on Delhi

Purana Qila

Buy your tickets now !! here DESCRIPTION: From nuclear proliferation to terrorism, the Partition of India continues to haunt us even today. This walk cum baithak is an attempt to comprehend the experience of Partition, which remains poorly understood both within & outside the subcontinent, through facts, anecdotes, poetry, literature and personal belongings. We […]


Heritage Walk at Tughlaqabad: The Cursed City

Tughlaqabad Fort

Heritage Walk at Tughluqabad : The Cursed City History is full of those who through sheer grit and determination rose from humble beginnings to become Kings and Sultans. One such story is that of Ghazi Malik, Sultan Alauddin Khilji's commander who ushered in a new dynastic era in the history of Delhi by establishing the […]


Ghalib & Dilli: The man, his poetry & beyond

Old Delhi

हैं और भी दुनिया में सुख़न-वर बहुत अच्छे कहते हैं कि 'ग़ालिब' का है अंदाज़-ए-बयाँ और। ...and decades after he is physically gone, he lives on in our lives, hearts and souls.! Be it the leaders in Parliament, historians in their lectures or commoners like us - we all can't stop ourselves from reciting Ghalib […]

₹1100 – ₹1250

Heritage Walk at the Cursed Fort: Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort

"Heritage Walk at the cursed fort : Tughlaqabad Fort" Sair E Dilli presents walk to Tughlaqabad fort Tughlaqabad, the fort that was a dream of the first sultan of Tughlaq dynasty Sultan "Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq", he built this fort during his reign period of 1321-25AD. The key idea behind the fort was when Ghazi Malik (Ghiyasuddin […]

Free – ₹450

Night Heritage Walk: Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is a minaret or a victory tower located in the Qutub complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi's Mehrauli area. With a height of 72.5 meters (238 ft), Qutub Minar is the second tallest monument of Delhi. Its construction was started in 1192 by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, founder of the Delhi Sultanate after […]