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While we tickle your taste buds by eating at the famous food eateries at Old Delhi, we will also unravel the stories behind every famous cuisine in Old Delhi.  The story of food that we eat today and how various dishes have been passed down to generations, with modifications, since 3000 years in Delhi. The walk will begin at the famous Jalebiwala unravelling the Jalebi stories while we feast on the scrumptious hot jalebis in the Delhi winter. Next stop will be the famous Paranthe wali Gali understanding the ingredients of “Do Waqt ka khana” (two course meal) of Dilliwalas?

A visit to the famous Natraj Dahe Balle wala. Stop at Kuremal Kulfi wala to discover the stories and technique of making Kulfi.

Walk leader Gaurav was born and brought up in Delhi. Having taken an Honours Degree in History from Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi and subsequently enhanced his passion by Completing INDIA: ART & CULTURE Certificate from National Museum Institute. His experience of working in Art Galleries gave him a fair idea of what Art Connoisseur look A short stint at khalsa College, St.Stephen's college and at Department of History in University of Delhi and long experience of researching on Historical personalities lent him enough credentials to narrate well researched Historical events as well as legends in English, Hindi & Hindustani.

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Meeting Point: Chandni Chowk Metro Station:,Delhi

Tips: Please carry a water bottle and a hand sanitizer.

Extra Costs: Rickshaw rides, entry tickets to monuments or museums. Cost of food will have to be borne by the participants themselves.

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