Visiting the Red Fort - The Real Ruby of Delhi
Visiting the Red Fort - The Real Ruby of Delhi
  9
Heritage
Delhi
with Anupama

Synopsis

Red Fort is one of the most famous landmarks of Delhi. Once graced by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, it was a great display of the power and prestige of the Mughal Sultanate.The Red Fort became a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list in 2007.

Walk with us as we travel back in time to experience the Mughal history embedded in this slice of the past.

Attractions Covered
• Lahori Gate (Entrance and Exit)
• Royal Bazaar (Chhatta Chowk)
• Naubat Khana (Drum-house)
• Diwan-i-Aam (Hall of Public Audience)
• Rang Mahal
• Nahr-i-Bihisht (Stream of Paradise)
• Diwan-i-Khaas (Hall of Private Audience)
• Royal residential complex and the Princes’ quarter

Anupama's Profile
Anupama is a Debater, Trekker, Backpacker, Poet, Blogger and an aspiring Librarian. She has three obsessions that make life beautiful - travelling, books and music. Anupama is a traveler not just by choice - she was bestowed with a gypsy life by the virtue of being the daughter of an Air Warrior! In the past 22 years, she has been to all the four corners of the nation, lived in more than 7 cities and befriended numerous awesome souls. For the last 4 years, Delhi has been her home.

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Reviews (9)

Anupma is a well informed person with great personality she is calm enthusiastic and answers all your queries however trivial and silly they may sound my daughter aishani liked her a lot and became interested in history of the fort and Mughal era. Getting at red fort at 8:15am with children from GHAZIABAD on a holiday was a challenge but it was worth it . refreshments at chunamal haveli were good we had expected a tour of old time haveli but all in all We had a great day Visited November 2016: Tripadvisor
- Gaurav
Mind blowing! Anupama, you rock girl, so much of knowledge, and superb articulation!
- Hitesh Rana
Experienced Delhi with this walk. Liked the fact that Gointhecity organises the walks with professionals and passionate individuals. And its really affordable!!!!
- Manvi
Very good walk, and good to have walked with Anupama, rather the professional touts roaming around in that area. She knows her subject, and is a great host!
- Dr Radhika
Kids loved the open spaces. Being a diplomat, I hadnt had the chance to visit this side of Delhi. Both my sons: aged 12 and 8 enjoyed this. They have also forced me to buy a history book on India!
- Mary Elan
Have been in Delhi, but couldnt visit this earlier, this time my wife read about the walk and she forced me to take it, along with our son. We must say, this was really informative and very well organised. The walk started on time, and there were the well timed breaks in between, these are things that are really important when people are coming with kids. Lovely!
- Hitesh Jain
Superb! We travelled the entire distance early morning from Gurgaon to attend this walk, and we werent disappointed at all. Anupama has a great command over the subject and she knows how to get kids to have fun too. Lovely experience and look forward to more
- Ratika
Kids had a good time! But the heat was too much, will come back to this walk again in winters
- Avneet
A walk as promised. We had a great time, getting the kids to learn history while having fun. Anupama,is a great host and she explains it so well, that the kids just fell in love with her!! We were a group of 2 adults and 3 kids, aged 10, 12,15 and the walk appealed to all of us equally! Will attend the walk that Anupama does at the Lodhi Garden too, shortly!
- Shambhavi

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