SPECIAL SERVICES BY WALKATHON : One can enjoy the finest treatment with the premium dedicated assistance services. For families with children, elderly passengers and wheelchair passengers we also offer assistance services for wheelchair during the city tour.
Penance to Ancestors: The said ritual in unique to Hinduism where people pay respect, homage to their ancestors and pray that the soul of their ancestors lives in peace. The said ritual is sacred one for Hindus as many scriptures say its the pious duty of generations in Hindu families to penance to ancestors regularly in proper ritual style at following places
BEYOND DELHI FOR OFF BEAT UNINQUE EXPERIENCES
Delhi is a great starting point for any traveler who wants to explore the central states and submerge himself for herself in an ocean of history, romance and sensuality.
The Indian calendar is a long procession of festivals; if you can find yourself in the right place at the right time, it is possible to go through your visit with a festival each day. Following festivals based unique experiences are highly recommended:
- Republic Day celebration at Rajpath
- Holi Festival of Nandgaon & Barsana
- Holla Mohalla at Anadpur Sahib
- Raag Rang: Raas Leela rediscovering Radha and Krishna
- Dussehra Festival and witness Ramayana(a dramatic presentation of great Indian epic)
- Navratra Festival (twice a year March / April & September / October )
Pilkhuwa is a city and a municipal board in Hapur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.It is famous for its textile product specially handloom & bedsheet.
Khurja pottery is traditional Indian pottery work that manufactured in Khurja of the Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh state. Origin of Khurja’s pottery work has been said with at least two different stories. In one legend, Afghan King Taimur Lung accompanied Egyptian and Syrian potters during his campaign in the Khurja region over 500 years ago.In another legend, potters had been moved to the region during Mughal Empire while another version says there we no long historical events in accordance with pottery tradition in Khurja.
Rewari Heritage Steam Locomotive Museum: Rewari Heritage Steam Locomotive Museum is the only surviving steam loco shed in India and houses some of India’s last surviving steam locomotives. Built in 1893, it was the only loco shed in North India for a long time and a part of the track connecting Delhi with Peshawar. After steam engines were phased out by 1990, the loco shed remained in neglect for many years before it was decided by Indian Railways in December 2002 to revive it as a heritage museum. The shed was refurbished as a heritage tourism destination, its heritage edifice was restored and a museum exhibiting Victorian-era artefacts used on the Indian rail network, along with the old signalling system, gramophones and seats was added. The refurbished heritage museum was opened in October 2010. The engines will also be available for live demonstrations. Rewari steam loco shed, being the only surviving repository of steam locos in India housing some of India’s last surviving steam locomotives, has become an ideal choice for filmmakers. The Rewari steam locos have been rented out for various film shoots and a part of the film Gandhi, My Father was shot here.
Heritage Transport Museum: The sleepy town of Taoru in Haryana has become an unlikely addition to our list of must-see places for anyone visiting Delhi. And it’s got everything to do with it being home to the beautiful Heritage Transport Museum