Metcalfe’s Bridge and Boathouse (Dilkusha) – Mehrauli Archaeological Park (Episode 5)

In this episode we go further inside the Mehrauli Archaeological Park exploring Dilkusha – Metcalfe’s pleasure-palace of sorts! We visit the place where, as a pat of re-landscaping the place, Metcalfe got a water stream redirected and also built a bridge and a boat house right next to a Mughal tomb!

Exploring “Sanjay Van – Qila Lal Kot” – Episode #4

In this episode we learn about the Delhi of pre-Qutub times and the rise and downfalls of this capital city. We climb atop the ruins of massive walls of Lal Kot ..its a lovely view up there! From one of the highest points in this ridge, we then spot no less than 7 heritage monuments scattered in the Mehrauli area – Quli Khan‘s tomb, Alai Minar, Imam Zamin‘s tomb, Qutub Minar, Yogmaya temple, Gurudwara Banda Bahadur and Maham Anga/Adham Khan‘s tomb ..and some chitchat about these places of interest Awesome fun it was. Hope you’ll like the video 🙂  More Heritage – Music – Travel – Food videos at our Youtube channel >> http://www.youtube.com/adityapathakutube

 

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 🙂