Khirki Masjid and Satpula – Episode 1

The next chapter in the Story of Delhi ..here’s Part 1 of our explorations at the magnificent Khirki Masjid and the Satpula dam! Get ready to be welcomed by numerous bats hanging from the high ceilings of the structure.. and then the story-teller enchants you as he unfolds the several layers of the Delhi story! Enjoy 🙂

The City of Djinss – Kotla Feroz Shah : Episode 3

A heritage walk to the medieval capital of Kotla, believed to be inhabited by jinns. Built by Sultan Firuz Shah Tughluq in 14th century, this citadel has many a magnificent monuments: the Jami Masjid, an Ashokan pillar brought all the way from Haryana and a baoli.

Here’s the final episode (Episode #3) from this super-exciting heritage-walk series. Enjoy!

The City of Djinss – Kotla Feroz Shah : Episode 2

A heritage walk to the medieval capital of Kotla, believed to be inhabited by jinns. Built by Sultan Firuz Shah Tughluq in 14th century, this citadel has many a magnificent monuments: the Jami Masjid, an Ashokan pillar brought all the way from Haryana and a baoli.

Here’s Episode #2 from this super-exciting heritage-walk series. Enjoy!

The City of Djinss – Kotla Feroz Shah : Episode 1

A heritage walk to the medieval capital of Kotla, believed to be inhabited by jinns. Built by Sultan Firuz Shah Tughluq in 14th century, this citadel has many a magnificent monuments: the Jami Masjid, an Ashokan pillar brought all the way from Haryana and a baoli.

Here’s Episode #1 from this super-exciting heritage-walk series. Enjoy!

Town Hall, Fatehpuri Masjid, Khari Baoli, Gadodia Market and much more from Chandni Chowk!

Here’s the final episode of our Chandni Chowk Heritage & History Exploration 🙂

On Zafar’s Birthday!

On Zafar’s birthday today, let’s explore ZAFAR MAHAL ! And also a quick look at the story behind Bahadur Shah Zafar’s “empty grave” that lies within the Zafar Mahal complex! Happy Exploring!

Exploring the Tughluqabad Fort

Here’s our latest Heritage Walk film 🙂 It’s the mammoth TUGHLUQABAD FORT this time that we visited in Dec 2012. The film showcases in detail most of structures, ruins, etc that lie behind the gigantic walls of this fort and also the walk-leader discusses, in detail, the stories and history associated with the same.

Tughluqabad is a 14th century capital of Delhi (India). The remains of this massive complex stretch as far as the eye can see. It includes a royal tomb which once stood in a lake, palace buildings, dungeons and a secret escape route !

BON VOYAGE !! 🙂