Sun18Jun20175 PM - 7:30 PMShiv temple (Opposite the Methodist Church next to DDA Park), Nizamuddin West
Iftar Walk through the Sufi lanes of Nizamuddin!
Ramadan is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims all around the world. The residents of Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti celebrate the entire month of fasting and forgiveness, also known as ‘Ramzaan’, with great enthusiasm as the streets are filled with the people wearing traditional clothes and the scent of the special essence oils called Attar waft in the air.
This trail will start from the Shiv temple and will take you to Phoolwali gali, Khwaja Hall, Alvi Chowk, Attarwali gali, Chausath Khamba and finally give you the true taste of Iftar at Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Complex. At the end of the walk interested participants may also taste the authentic Nahari of the Basti cooks.
This guided tour is for free.
Food costs and any extra expenses (second servings etc.) to be borne by the participant.
Date – Sunday, 18th June 2017
Medium- Bilingual, mainly in Hindi
Duration- 5 to 7:30 pm. Meeting time-4: 45 pm
Meeting Point – Shiv temple (Opposite the Methodist Church next to DDA Park), Nizamuddin West
Nearest Metro station- Jangpura and Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium station (JLN)
Walk led by – Aamir Ahmad and Mohammad Aqib Gulzari
Things to keep in mind:
• Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries.
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After the online registration, do inform through a text message or an email, before the walk, if you are unable to attend it.
Contact at: Aamir Ahmad -9911477889 and Mohammad Aqib Gulzari -9718054832 and Email us -email@example.com
• Limited Parking available outside the temple.
• No entry fee.
• Photography allowed in only few monuments.
• Carry scarf/cap/ hankie to cover heads in Dargah complex. Wear comfortable shoes and carry water. You will be required to remove shoes outside in the religious monuments. There are shoes deposits facilities outside the main Dargah complex.