Forgotten to Remembered
For years, Old Delhi has been a treat for history lovers, photographers, storytellers and gastronomes. Through all these tales about this 17 th century city, male emperors, traders, army officers, shopkeepers or religious heads have been the centre of most narratives. Hardly any attention is paid towards the women of the city, those within the royal family or those living as ordinary residents.
Come and join us for our Sultana walk in the less frequented narrow streets to rediscover the lost voices of the women who inhabited and actively participated in the making of the city.
|DEPARTURE/MEETING LOCATION||New Delhi Metro Station gate number 3|
|ENDING LOCATION||Jama Masjid gate number 2|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Morning: 09.00 Am
Evening: 04.00 pm
Highlights: Anglo-Arabic School – Ajmeri Gate – Masjid Mubarak Begum – Haksar Haveli – Razia Sultan’s tomb – Jama Masjid
|Minimum Person For Booking||2|
New Delhi Metro Station is the best place to start this DBC Walk! So, we are going to meet at Gate No. 3 of Metro Station of New Delhi. You will find our guide standing outside the gate and waiting for you.