Friday , January 19 2018
Home / Report / Experience culinary, cultural diversity of Walled city during Ramzan

Experience culinary, cultural diversity of Walled city during Ramzan

Experience culinary, cultural diversity of Walled city during Ramzan. The narrow lanes near Jama Masjid have never been more fragrant with the aroma of kebabs, the market has never been more crowded, buzzing with a constant euphoric chatter, and the azaan has never sounded more soulful.

Walled City during RamzanWith the advent of Ramzan, the air in Old Delhi is full of excitement and a divine ardency. The festival marks the end of a month-long fast and the inception of a deeper religious zeal.

Eid has varied significance for people from different walks of life but the spirit of the festival is that of unity. Eid celebrations involve offering prayers together followed by a merry repast with relatives and friends. The main attractions for children during Eid are new clothes, sumptuous food and fairs.

In a unique initiative, Delhites will get an opportunity to savour the feast on the delectable cuisine of the walled city and catch the glimpse of the vibrant nightlife during this holy month of Ramzan.

Delhi Tourism in association with India City Walks is organising Night Walks at lanes & bylanes of historical Shahjahanabad. The walk was inaugurated today at Jama Masjid by Kapil Mishra, Minister for Tourism in presence of Imran Hussain, Minister of Food & Supply and Alka Lamba, MLA Chandni Chowk and other senior officers of Delhi Tourism.

The walk is hosted by “Delhi Walks” who have pioneered the heritage & festival experiences in Delhi.

These Nightwalks aims to take you through serene precincts of India’s largest mosque to an exclusive location where you can take in the awe-inspiring, panaromic view of Shahjahanabad’s efflorescent culture, while feasting on Traditional Iftar meals comprising of glass of milk coupled with fruits, dryfruits, pakoras, sheermal, and other delectable dishes like Mughlai & vegetarian cuisines with refreshing sharbats and traditional coolers and various traditional desserts like tukdakulfi, kulfifaluda, etc.

Take some time out and enjoy a memorable evening in the heritage city of Shahjahanabad and enjoy mouth watering cuisines, intriguing storytelling sessions, vivid cultural engagement.

If you have news tip or story idea, photo or video please email at to strengthen local governance and community journalism. Also you can join us and become a source for OT to help us empower the marginalized through digital inclusion.

Check Also

Noted academicians, businessmen of Indian community gather in Dammam

Indian Overseas Group (IOG) arranged an Eid Milan dinner last Thursday October 5 in Dammam …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Powered by