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 !! 🙂
Sharing a few snaps that we captured during a Heritage-Walk to Mehrauli Village, Delhi, India. There are several interesting places to explore out there and each one has unique stories associated. Some of the places we visited are – Adam Khan’s tomb, Shahidi sthan (Banda Bahadur), Qutub Sahab/Hazrat Bakhtiyar Kaki Dargah, Gandhak ki Baoli, Yogmaya Mandir, Hijron ki khankah, Zafar Mahal, Hauz-i-Shamsi, Jahaaz Mahal and Jharna. We’ve filmed the whole experience as well and will try and share the video version soon. Till then please find the complete bunch of photographs here (click on the image below) :
Join us as we explore the Kashmere Gate Area (New Delhi, India) in this video ..and the lives of various people and events associated to the REVOLT OF 1857. This place is a rich hub adorned with many hidden heritage sites associated to the revolt. In this quick film we’ll explore some of these like.. Nicholson’s Cemetery – Kashmere Gate – St. James Church – Telegraph Office Memorial – India Magazine – William Fraser’s bungalow – Bengali Club – Old St. Stephen’s College building – Fakhr ul Masjid mosque – Dara Shukhoh’s Library and much more. Cheers!
Ever wondered what lies behind those mammoth walls of the TUGHLAQABAD FORT on the Mehrauli-Badarpur Road (Delhi) !! We bring you the view from the other side of the walls.
Please explore the album attached below for the complete bunch of snaps.
Photos by me and my friend Aditya Sharma.
Sharing a few snaps that we captured at the Old Fort (Purana Qila) and the Zoological Park complex in Delhi, India.
The complete set of photographs can be found at the following link:
A composition specially dedicated to the winters of Delhi 🙂
This track offers a fusion of Indian and Western folk sounds and rhythms. The composition attempts to depict a typical winter-day in Delhi, the National Capital of India. From ambient pads and percussion to the beautiful sounds of Santoor and Sitar and the Punjabi Dholak beats, the track offers a wholesome experience of a New Age fusion of traditional and urban Indian music.
“Delhi Winters” is internationally available for visual-media usage and can be procured from Transition Music Corporation, USA.