Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk, 1000 years of history


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The Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk promises to release your endorphins in unlimited quantities.

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This Baoli is an excellent venue for interesting conversations in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk

Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk

Details- Visit 1000-year-old historical monuments, ancient stepwells, a ‘honeymoon resort’, and the palace of a British official.

We will visit Jamali Kamali, Balban’s Tomb, an ancient madarsa, A Lodhi era well, and Dilkhusha.  We will also visit the Tomb of Quli Khan, the Boathouse of Thomas Metcalfe and his swimming pool. Also in the itinerary of Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk is a visit to the swimming pool of Metcalfe.

I had the privilege of escorting these two guests from Denmark in this Park

Did you know that many people think that the Tomb of Balban is haunted? They also think that the Tomb of Jamali Kamali is also haunted!Balban was one of the Sultans of Delhi and lived more than 800 years back.

Nobody knows who built Jamali Kamali. Some people guess that this building was made in the 1500s.

Mehrauli Archaeological Park
This Park is a great place to spot and photograph rare birds

Just a narrow road divides the Jamali Kamali complex and Balban’s Tomb. Just cross this road and you do a little bit of time travel.

Thomas Metcalfe was a British official who worked in the court of the Mughal King, Bahadur Shah Zafar. Metcalfe was an interesting personality.

Mehrauli Archaeological Park
Take amazing photos in this heritage walk

Other details of Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk

Mehrauli Archaeological Park Delhi heritage walk
The Boathouse in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park is an amazing place for storytelling

Dates- December 18/19/20/21/22/23/24/25/25/26/27/28/29/30/31

January- 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/17/18/19/20/21/22/23/24/25/26/27/28/29/31

February- 1-28

Duration- 3 hours

Time of Start- 9 am

Place of Assembly- Qutab Minar Parking lot

How to reach the place of assembly- Take the Yellow line of Delhi Metro and get off at the Qutab Minar Metro Station. Alternately, you can arrive by car and park it at the Parking Lot.

Is Parking free?- No, but it just costs INR 10

Ticket Price for this Walk- INR 1000/- Kids below 12 years come free.

Swayam Tiwari and Sukhmani Singh
Some of my younger guests in the Park.

Length of Walk- Approximately 4 kilometers

Kid Friendly- Yes.

Ticket price inclusions- Coffee/ Tea

Please bring- a water bottle and lots of smiles

What to wear- A sturdy pair of boots plus sunglasses

Mehrauli Archaeological Park Mehrauli Delhi heritage walk
A peep into history

About the Walk Leader– Swayam Tiwari runs a travel story blog and is passionate about India, her culture, history, and people. Until a few years ago, he was the Marketing VP at Twitter. Swayam has also worked in Times of India, Radio City, Dainik Bhaskar and a few other companies. He is present on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

If you want to know more about the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, read this article > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehrauli_Archaeological_Park

To Book the tour– 1. Contact me at 91-9810840763 or

2.Write me an e-mail at swayamt @gmail.com or

  1. Paypal- My email id for this is swayamesh@gmail.com

  2. You may pay me through Paytm or cash

That’s it, folks. I hope to meet you in the Mehrauli Archaeological Parke Delhi heritage tour shortly.

By the way, I write travel stories for those who are interested in India; here is a link to one of them> http://www.ahauntedtravel.com/haunted-places-in-gurgaon-freeze-blood/

Love you all

Swayam

 

 

 

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