The Haveli (=Noblemen's chateau) visit is a lively and satisfying dive, straight into the profound end of Old Delhi (Shahjahanabad). At the pinnacle of Emperor Shah Jahan's manage, his dependable aristocrats (Emirs) controlled the social, social and financial undertakings of the considerable city of Shajahanabad from there forcing, stronghold like luxurious chateaus that were worked as 'natural indications of the delights of Paradise itself'. Three hundred long periods of wantonness, war, re-building and a few administration changes later, the considerably littler Havelis of today still figure out how to safeguard a stunningly serene marvel that echoes frequenting indications of a substantially more terrific past.
Transporting you to this seventeenth Century city of wanton Emirs, merciless Persian intruders, woeful artists, otherworldly men, wonderful specialists and overlooked designers who wove dreams into the now disintegrating forms of Old Delhi – we reproduce for you, a staggeringly reminiscent ordeal sorted out through the lives and stories of the general population who called these Havelis home.
Delite Cinema - Turkman Gate - Jama Masjid - Chandni Chowk - View Point (Red Fort) - Lajpat Rai Market - Old Delhi train station - Sadar Bazar - G.B. Road - Ballimaran - Haveli (breakfast) - Turkman Gate - Delite Cinema