Let’s face it. India is bizarre. India is unusual. India is often weird too. But at the same time India is always curious. India is offbeat. India is singular.

Then how Delhi, the long-time capital of India, could be usual and humdrum?

Mystery, Magic, Mayhem. Welcome to Delhi. Capital of long lost empires. Capital of one of most promising countries of modern world. A city carrying the hefty onus of those series of armies stormed across the Indo-Gangetic plain and imprinted their identity here. A city carrying the promise of contemporary India shouldering the young generation.

Delhi – a world waiting to be discovered.

About Delhi

The city started inhabitation during 6th century BCE. Throughout the history, Delhi many times served as capital of various kingdoms covering wide and distributed area. India always has been a goldmine for foreign intruders. And Delhi is the foremost toran into India.

Starting from being Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas, Delhi has donned many crowns – capital of the Mauryas, Muhammad Ghori the Tajik invader, Qutb-ud-din Aibak, the Lodhis, the Khiljis, the Tughlaqs, the Mughals, and finally the Britishs. Hosting so long and diversified monarchs has made Delhi truly a fusion of all cultures. Traces and ruins of which can still be found in the streets of Old Delhi.


Our programs of Delhi are to explore those hidden trails to leave travellers overwhelmed. In addition to the majestic historical mausoleums and citadels, we walk through the old lanes and aisles where Delhi’s copiousness can be felt and witnessed.

The foods at Old Delhi bylanes, the qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah, the busting medleys of Chandni Chawk, the ingenuities of Art Colonies, the beauty Lodhi Gardens in the dusk, the secluded spoors of Mehrauli, the fizzled out megacity of Tughlqabad – our endeavour is to reveal the veiled character of Delhi.