3 Eras of Minority Groups in Delhi walk

Delve deep into the story of three different eras, starting from the Moghuls who built this city, the seventh city of Delhi. The concept of Old Delhi and New Delhi came with the British, who wanted to build an imperial city that would last for hundreds of years. Little did they know that their empire would fall off with the second world war and they would have to leave their colony.

Eco-friendly tourism
Chef Sambhav Sharma

Your Host, Sambhav

Chef, historian, and expert on the intricacies of Old Delhi. He has been conducting heritage walks for over 10 years, and his expertise comes from his deeply rooted passion for connecting with minority groups and following their experiences back for several generations. His own family lived through the British occupation of Old Delhi.


Unique local experiences with an immersive cultural journey. We also plant a tree for every tour.

Local Expert

All our guides are experts in their trade who carefully curate these experiences.

"Sambhav is a real food aficionado with deep rooted anthropological knowledge of different cultures."

Walking Tour

3 Eras of minority groups walk of Old Delhi. Places of worship, hidden streets, and rooftops.


3 hours
  • Tuktuk during the walk
  • Admissions to monuments

Journey Overview

Our journey through time will cross from the Moghul to the British to the modern version of Delhi, all contained within these once tall walls. We’ll explore hidden away monuments from the Moghul era, traces of British culture engraved in the history of these streets, and see how the modern era emerged from this history.

You’ll learn why the British shifted the capital to Kolkata in an attempt to push out Mughal influence and see the mansion of the famous poet who documented the entire transition, Mirza Ghalib, to see how he romanticized language to change the perception from the street level.

We’ll follow the historical trails of Chandni Chowk, which was the backbone of the glorious empire of Moghul. This rich cultural hub had such significance in its time that it was the focus of nearly every western scholar. It was said to have represented South Asia in its entirety. You’ll find everything “from a needle to an elephant” along this historical journey through hidden rooftops, overlooked shrines, and mysterious alleyways.

Conservative dress in respect of local religious beliefs is important (cover your legs & shoulders please)

Bring your own water to avoid buying single use plastic

Flip flops or sandals are ok for walking

Come and join the walk!

Explore the local culture with a unique perspective