Walking Tour to the Red Fort of Delhi

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10 Responses

  1. Beautiful photos along with wonderfully crafted stories of your experiences. I loved experiencing the history of India throughout your post. I felt like I could smell all of the spices and walk through the corridors and hallways you describe.

  2. Manouk says:

    Beautifully written article Teja. Few people realize ‘Central Asia’ had had such an impact on the world in early days. Glad I discovered your blog :)

    • Teja says:

      Haha yeah! I first realised when I noticed, huh … Khan in Mongolia, Khans in Pakistan, Attila the Hun… what are the odds… hang on a minute! ?

  3. Dagney says:

    These photos are stunning! I didn’t see enough of Delhi when I lived in India, we were always just passing through, but this post has made me want to revisit the city properly!

    • Teja says:

      That does tend to be the case, doesn’t it? You take for granted the places that are near, because you can go ‘any time’. And then end up never doing it.

  4. Madhu says:

    Wow loved that blue door .great post.

  5. Historical facts are best remembered with stories and songs so you are not alone when it comes to not remembering them,