The Shah Jahan Tour is an exemplary formula for an elating look into the life and times of the considerable Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan and the 1500 section of land breadth of his capital - Shahjahanabad. At the season of its development in the Seventeenth Century, it was apparently, the most prosperous and lovely city on the planet. Today, when you go through its four hundred year old web of back roads held together with extraordinary enormous cross sections of electric links and injected with the scent of fermenting tea and stewing breakfast curry, you see an astounding conjunction of the past and the future, seeking your consideration. Rising up out of this rainforest, thick with customary design run of the mill of Shah Jahan's opportunity, you will wind up in a Delhi of some other time while you likewise observe the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, the Spice Market and peaceful Civil Lines, the previous British pilgrim zone as a sharp difference to riotous Old Delhi.
Delite Cinema - Turkman Gate - Chawri Bazar - Fatehpuri Masjid - Spice Market - Madras Colony - Civil Lines (chai break) - Old Delhi railway station - Chandni Chowk - Red Fort (from outside) -Jama Masjid (from outside) - breakfast at Karim's restaurant - Delite Cinema