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An Evening with Djinn’s of Hazrat e Dilli
October 7, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC+0Rs.300
With the arrival of October, Delhi steps into a more pleasant weather and hence begins a perfect time of exploring this city the djinns loved so much that they could never bear to see it empty or deserted.
On 7th October, Saturday, as the Karavan walks around the ruins of the fifth city be prepared to be mesmerized by the stories of mysticism, legend and history. It is a place where belief is stronger than logic; and devotees write letters, stick coins on the walls of the mosque offering sweets and milk to appease the unhappy spirits.
Built by Ferozeshah Tughluq in the year 1354, it has the ruins of a palace, a baoli, dungeon cells and the Asoka pillar stands tall as if a witness to the history that flowed through here like the Yamuna once did. For most the Kotla is just an address of a cricket stadium but remember it’s also where an author fell so much in love with this city that it inspired him to write a book.
NOTE: Presentation will be done only in Hindi/Urdu
DAY, DATE & TIME: Saturday, 7th October, 4pm-6:30PM
Walk Leader : Asif Khan Dehlvi
MEETING POINT: Ferozshah Kotla Fort Ticket Counter just on Bahadur Shah Zafar Road, near the Times of India Office Building.(Google Maps reference:http://g.co/maps/6u7nm)
CHARGES: Rs. 300 per person (Since the venue is a ticketed monument, all participants are requested to bear the entry ticket charges separately.)
( agar aap aane ke khwaishmand hain aur aap apni pocket bhi dekh rahe hain jo apki taraf palat kar keh rahi hai ki nahin dost tum nahin ja sakte to aap bejhijhak chale aayen, kyunki humara khata khuda ke saath chalta hai to aap uss khate ke tehet tashreef laayen. “apki khuddari humari khuddari” 🙂
ESSENTIALS TO WEAR & CARRY:
Precautions: It is said that Djinns are attracted to long hair and perfumes. Though this subject is highly controversial and subject to one’s belief, we would request that if you believe the concept of Djinns, please keep long hair tied, wear full length cloths and refrain from using any type of perfume.
1- The terrain sometimes involves climbing atop fort walls & sometimes walking sedately on rolling grass, so preferably wear a pair of good walking shoes. Not that we will stop any flip-flop wearers from joining us!
2- A bottle of drinking water.
BEST WAY TO REACH:Nearest Metro Station is ITO station, on Violet line and a 1 KM Auto-rickshaw ride will bring you to the Fort. DTC buses ply on Mathura Rd going towards Delhi Gate with regular frequency, please alight near Ambedkar Stadum walk for few minutes. Those driving in can easily park their vehicles as there is ample parking space.
In case of any dikkat call us @ 9818278665