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Sahapedia Heritage Walk - Celebrating the Kite Flying Festival in Nizamuddin

Flying kites is a typical childhood pastime in India, yet when we grow older, we tend to forget how much fun it can be. You have to admit, when you look up and see a kite soaring in the sky, it brings a smile on your face instantly. Not only is kite flying a great way to enjoy the outdoors, but it can also offer a few health benefits that you might not realise. Walk with us to enjoy this unique pastime and also explore fascinating monuments, namely Kalan Masjid, Imam Bargah, Alvi Chauk, Phool Wali Gali, Khwaja Hall, Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, Dargah Hazrat Ameer Khusrau, Urs Mahal, Chausath Khamba and Tomb of Mirza Ghalib. Come, join us!

This guided tour is for free.

• Date - Sunday, 20 August 2017 
• Medium - Bilingual, mainly Hindi. 
• Duration - 3 pm to 5 pm 
• Meeting time - 2:45 pm
• Meeting point - Outside Hazrat Nizamuddin Police Station 
• Nearest metro station - Jangpura or Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium station (JLN)
• Walk led by - Aamir Ahmed and Rashid Siddiqui

Things to keep in mind:
*Mandatory registration closes after 30 entries. 

(Step 1- Please like and share the page to register.
Step 2- Fill the form to confirm your registration
Link to registration form – https://goo.gl/Ux59pZ )

After the online registration, do inform through a text message or an email, before the walk, if you are unable to attend it.
Contact: 9911477889 (Aamir Ahmed) and 9911949854 (Rashid Siddiqui)

Email: walks@sahapedia.org
• Limited parking available around the meeting point. 
• No entry fee. 
• Photography allowed in only few monuments. 
• Carry scarf/cap/ hankie to cover heads in Dargah complex. 
• Wear comfortable shoes. You will be required to remove shoes to enter religious spaces. There are shoe deposit facilities outside the main Dargah complex.
• Carry water.