The walled city of Mughal’s Old Delhi was a melting pot of different cultures and faith. In every street and lane, big patrons build lavish, opulent and extremely ornate house of worship. There are numerous mosque, church and Hindu and Jain temples in the by-lanes of Old Delhi. The aftermath of revolt of 1857 saw grazing of numerous buildings. Yet, there are still hidden gems in the crevices and corners that are hundreds of year old.
The city was a force of energy with saints, sinners, miracles and faith that create an interesting tapestry of stories and culture of Late Medieval India. There is a Church with roman urdu inscriptions, jain temple that treats injured birds, Hindu Temple by Marathas and a splendid Gurdwara as a memorial to the memory of the ninth Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur who was killed by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb at the very spot where we will stand.
Join this walk that guides you through the narrow lanes and unknown corners of Old Delhi as you go inside and experience numerous faiths and religious rituals in heritage house of worship and see years of traditions being kept alive through throngs of visitors.