Jahanpanah Exploring a Lost Cities

India Heritage Walk Festival brings you the Delhi tour on 10th Feb 2019, from 9:00am – 11:30am. All bookings for this walk are powered by Odigos.

Delhi is different for everyone. For some, it is the most exciting place for food, others will love the history and many others will be blown away by the contrast the city offers. The city has been the capital of many empires and dynasties and has over 200 monuments. Perhaps the most spectacular of these are the Red Fort, the Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb.


This walk will take you to Jananpanah or “Refuge of World” was established in 1326–1327 by Muhammad bin Tughlaq, of the Delhi Sultanate. You will explore one of the few existing monuments including a unique mosque whose domes, pillars and layout make it an architect and photographer’s delight!

To register please visit the link – Delhi tour

Mr Rohit Priyadarshi Sanatani will be your walk leader. He is an architect and urban designer based in Delhi. His area of interest lies in the architecture of the Delhi Sultanate and loves writing about monuments which are little known of.

Important Information

  • This will be a free guided tour.
  •  The meeting point will be Bijay Mandal Complex entrance, near Sarvapriya Vihar market and time will be 08:45 am.
  •  No entry fee.
  •  Photography allowed.
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes and carry water.

Source: India Heritage Walk Festival

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