This Delhi travel post is all about storytelling. If you want to know more about the Great Mughals, then join me on this tour.
Are you planning to travel to Delhi? Then let me make your Delhi travel experience a little more memorable with this post.
Interested? Read on…
Red Fort, Delhi
What’s on offer?
Listen to the untold stories of the Mughal emperors, their princes, princesses and other members of their family. You won’t find these stories in the various guide books such as Lonely Planet etc.
Still interested?Wow, this means I have captured your attention. Read on to know more about the offer in this Delhi travel package…
Do you know that there was a Mughal king who had more than 700 wives and concubines and wanted a fresh girl every day to satisfy his lust? Ummm..is not that interesting?
Who was that Mughal prince who gave up his life for the love of his wife? He did not want to marry again and was steadfast in his loyalty to his only wife.
The strange case of the Mughal princess who had had her own poetry sessions in the lawns of the Delhi Red Fort. She was later imprisoned by her father and died a lonely death in the imperial jail. Who was she?
O breakfast of the Emperor, look at me
The Mughal Emperor Shahjahan who built this magnificent building more than 350 years ago, had a glad eye towards women. Who was that woman who was titled, ” Breakfast of the Emperor” and what fate had befallen upon her in the harem?
Malls of lust…
Hear me share delightful and untold stories about the Mughal harem. Do you know what a harem means? It was a big place that housed the begums, concubines, princesses and of course the maids.
The story of the dog and the ass
Wow, you won’t believe that in the 18th century, there lived a begum ( wife of the king) who had had a secret affair with a eunuch! Now how can that be possible, ladies and gentlemen? Well, these are the stories my Delhi travel package is all about.
There are more stories on the anvil and all this is just a fraction of them.
- Trip to Red Fort, Delhi
- A cycle rickshaw ride in the bye-lanes of Old Delhi
- We also walk through the biggest spice market of Asia, the Khari Baoli market
- If your constitution permits, we shall have some street food as well.
Rs. 1,500 per person. Children below 12 years come free.Payment can be made in cash, at the end of the trip.
Ticket Price does not include
- Your conveyance to the point of assembly (Red Fort Ticket Counter)
- Entry ticket to the Red Fort
- Any curios that you might want to buy
- Cycle rickshaw ride cost
- Any object that you may want to buy in the market
Ticket Price INCLUDES
- Snacks ( Tea/ coffee plus samosas/ sandwiches etc.)
10 a.m. The duration will exceed 5 hours.
You may contact me at 9810840763 if you are interested in this package. Alternately, please send me an email at email@example.com and I will be happy to connect.
Please note that Red Fort is closed on Mondays and a few government holidays.
Kindly give me an advance notice ( 24 hours or before) so that we can stitch things up nicely.
Thanks and bye.