Spend the evening with at the Androon Shehr (walled city) of Shahjahanabad. Delhi has served as the capital of several kingdoms (empires) and today it has become one of the greatest blends of Hindu, British and Mughal Architecture. Behind the walls, old phataks, galis and kuchas of the un- trodden lanes of Shahjahanabad, lie many Havelis (mansions), each with its own unique story to tell.
The aim of this immersion is to feel and experience the tangible and intangible Mughal Heritage and to enrich you with the history of the era. The walk also involves the most delightful non-vegetarian food and dessert experiences within the old city.
Havelis Covered: Havelis at Ajmere Gate, Ballimaran (Mirza Galib Haveli), Chawri Bazar, Churi Walan, Matia Mahal, Chitli Qabar, Sitaram Bazar, Kucha Pati Ram.
Food Covered: Kheer, Chicken Soup, Seekh Kebabs, Rumali Roti, Shahi Tukda with homemade Ice cream, Fry and Roasted Chicken, Biryani, Roohafza Milk Shake, Jalebi, Faluda and Paan.
History, Culture and Food (Non-Vegetarian) enthusiasts
Chawri Bazaar Metro Station, Gate no. 1 (Ajmeri Gate side)
This Food immersion is brought to you by GointheCity and hosted by Yasir Anwar. Born and brought up in Old Delhi, Yasir grew up seeing continuity and change around the city. He holds a graduate degree in History Honors and Masters degree in Archaeology and Heritage Management. He has been involved in several Museums, Art Galleries and Art and Cultural Organizations for over 5 years. He worked as Curatorial Assistant at Mehrangarh Museum, Jodhpur, Rajasthan where he carried out research on Museum collection, lead guided tours and also conducted education and outreach programs. Currently he is working as Research Assistant at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts under the project National Cultural Audiovisual Archives.
- You are required to share your booking details via phone/SMS/WhatsApp with GointheCity on these numbers: Aditi – 9818688010; Ajay – 9582891707
- Please contact GointheCity on the indicated numbers for any information or assistance
- Food costs are not included in the ticket and the bills will be shared amongst all the participants on actual
- Although some places accept e-wallets (PayTM etc), we strongly suggest carrying cash of Rs. 700-1000 if you plan to eat one full plate of each dish covered.