Half day city with slum tour
9 am – 5 pm
Noted ~ minimum 1 maximum 3.
Per person Rs-1250/-
More than that please get in touch.
This a half day city tour with slum you can cover it a beautiful shrine first Gurudwara bangla sahib, Glimpse of Father of nation Mahatma Gandhi Smirti, by pass india gate do not forget you camera, lodhi garden and lotus temple without image of God meditation hall.
Take a short lunch break
Straight to Sanjay colony where our local guide will meet you and 2 hours he spend with you inside the slum and explain you the real life of delhi slum.
Gurudwara bangla sahib
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh Gurudwara, or Sikh house of worship in delhi, Eighth of Tenth Sikh guru at the age of 5 years he became the younger hurting Sikhism on 7 Oct 1661. Soon he was contracted the illeness and died on 30 march 1664
After the death of guru har kishan dev, Raja jai Singh dedicated his haveli to the sacred memory of guru and his compassion for Sick and poor.
Gandhi smirti formerly known as birla house it’s a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi situated on Tees January road. Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life and was assassinated on 30 January 1948.
India Gate by Pass
India is located at the heart of India’s capital city new delhi. India gate is a war memorial dedicated to honor the soldier of the undivided india army who died during Ist world war between 1914-1921 or tribute to those who died or injured in war.
Lodi Gardens or Lodhi Gardens is a city park situated in new delhi, India. it contains, mohammed shah’s tomb, tomb of sikandar lodhi, shisha gumbad and Bara gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century by Lodis – who ruled parts of northern india and punjab and khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of modern-day Pakistan, from 1451 to 1526.
Lodi Gardens is popular for exercise and walking enthusiasts
The gardens are situated between khan market and safdarjung’s tomb on lodhi road and is a hot spot for morning walks for the delhi people
The Bahai lotus temple was designed by Iranian architect fariborz sahba in the shape of a lotus as its common to serval religions including Hinduism and Buddhism
There is no idol to be worshipped and people of any faith,case creed are welcome inside. No ceremony can be performed inside the lotus temple. The temple is visited by more than four million people every year with an average of more than a 10,000 visitor’s daily.
Sanjay Colony Delhi Neighborhood Slum
Life in a Typical Delhi Slum
Sanjay Colony is small slum located to the Southeast of New Delhi in the Oklha Industrial area. It covers an 18 acre area and has 45,000 residents. People started coming to the area in 1979 when it was still a forest. The Oklha industrial area and with 3,000 industrial factories it is one of the largest industrial areas in India. Everything from electronics to automotive parts to garments are produced in this area. In Sanjay Colony the primary industry the garment industry.
For travelers, visiting a slum like Sanjay Colony can give you a much better sense of what life is like for many Delhi residents compared to visiting tourist hot-spots like Old Delhi or Humayan’s Tomb. A walk through Sanjay Colony’s winding lanes will almost certainly change your idea of what a “slum” is. Everyone is busy working and you will come across everything from temples to mosques to doctor’s offices to schools as well as every stage of the garment industry. You will also get a sense of the strong community feeling that permeates the neighborhood.