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Wednesday, August 4

Heritage walks with Surekha Narain, May 2011

Date & Time Walk to
 
Sunday, May 1, 4-7.30 pm Sufi walk 2: Nizamuddin village
Saturday, May 7, 8-11.30 am Art & Theatre: around Mandi House
Sunday, May 8, 7-10 am Qutb Minar & Garden of 5 Senses
Saturday, May 14, 8-11 am Unfolding an urban village: Shahpur Jat & around
Sunday, May 15, 7-10 am Monuments in Hauz Khaz Enclave, Gulmohar Park, Mayfair Garden, Padmini Enclave.

The schedule above is subject to change.  To join the weekend group walks – REGISTRATIONS OPEN A WEEK IN ADVANCE. Walks are confirmed only a week in advance, when an e-mail is sent to register. (In case you are not on Surekha’s e-mail list, please send your e-mail ID, stating which walks you are interested in).

On registration, walks are organized for a cost-effective group size of 10-15 people. For smaller groups, you could book a ‘Private Tour’ which is Customized to suit your time and date.  For further details and registration, contact Surekha on surekha@delhimetrowalks.com or 9810144574 & visit www.delhimetrowalks.com

Surekha makes “innocents aboard” into confident travelers — Our first experience was travelling on the metro into Chandni Chowk for the food walk. A journey on this very busy metro line is not for the “faint hearted”. Under Surekha’s guidance 16 of us started the journey together and miraculously kept together the whole tour. The technique of crossing the busy roads was the next lesson. We also picked up lots of good tips on eating safely in India. Street Food Walk.

We hired Surekha for private tours for a couple of days. The traditional tourist sites come alive under her knowledge and enthusiasm. However it is the visits to less well known temples and hidden gems where one appreciates Surekha for imparting her love and knowledge of Delhi. Without her advice and guidance we would not have had so rich an adventure with food, travel and site-seeing. By Indian standards she is extremely expensive, but for her knowledge, enthusiasm, fun and friendship she was worth every rupee. Search in Trip Advisor for “Surekha Narain”Harthan’s tours, Feb. 2011 — Street Food walk in Chandni Chowk, at night drive thru’ Lutyens Delhi, Qutb complex, flower market, Mehrauli A. Park, Mahavir Jain Temple for Green Delhi, South Indian Lunch, Humayun’s Tomb, Sufi Shrine, Mughal dinner at Karims. Getting to know Delhi in just 2 1/2 days.

Join in for Sufi Walks in April/ May 2011 with music and movie.