Behind each chronicled capital there is an extraordinary enormous stream. The course is a tribute to this waterway that has been a quiet observer to Delhi's history and is presently an intermittent casualty of its abundances. Beginning from the little paths of Shahjahanabad, while the city is as yet lethargic in its notorious stocks going along the brilliantly impressive dividers of the Red Fort we end up on the thoughtful calm banks of the Yamuna at Nigambodh Ghat. A visit to the renowned ghats – transient winged creatures hovering over the quiet waters - unwinds the ceremonial commitment with which the Hindus treat the notable waterway.
In spite of its present battles with contamination, the Yamuna is a goddess to the eyes of her aficionados. Finishing up with an important perspective of the Jama Masjid back through the roads of Old Delhi, the Yamuna Route is a genuine involvement in the animating logical inconsistencies that is India.
Delite Cinema - Turkman Gate - Chawri Bazar - Chandni Chowk - Red Fort - Yamuna river (chai/tea break) - St. James Church - Old Delhi railway station - Chandni Chowk - Jama Masjid - breakfast at Karim's restaurant - Delite Cinema