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Heritage Durbar (Talk)

Origin and Evolution of Delhi

Origin and Evolution of Delhi

 Quick Info
India Habitat Center,​
Gulmohar Hall,
Lodhi Road, Delhi
Meeting Time 6/4/2016 6:30:00 PM
Meeting Point Gulmohar Hall, IHC
Nearest Metro JLN Stadium
(900 mts.)
 Charges None
 Type Heritage Durbar (Talk)
 Speaker Vikramjit Singh Rooprai
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Jun 4

Origin and Evolution of Delhi India Habitat Center
When: 07:00 PM

6/4/2016 7:00:00 PM 6/4/2016 9:00:00 PM 68 Origin and Evolution of Delhi The 3000 year long journey of Delhi from being a barren land to a large capital, with over 100 rulers from 15 dynasties, who left 1300+ monuments in 8 cities, combined to form "New Delhi" India Habitat Center Youth for Heritage Foundation false DD/MM/YYYY

About the Event

Delhi has been an important town since 1500BC. From Pandavas to Bahadur Shah Zafar and then the British, Delhi was ruled by numerous rulers, out of which only 100 are known to us.
Ever wondered, why is there a "Delhi Gate" right in the heart of Delhi?
Why do we have so many places that end with name "Bagh", whereas there are no gardens in those colonies?
Where are those 1300 monuments hidden in such a small city?
Delhi had over 100 Baolis and thousands of wells. Why were they needed when we had Yamuna and its tributaries passing through every village of Delhi?
How did the name "Delhi" originated?

During this Heritage Durbar, we will talk about the Origin and Evolution of the capital of India and answer many such questions.

About the Speaker

Vikramjit Singh Rooprai is the founder of Youth for Heritage Foundation and Delhi Heritage Photography Club. As a Heritage Activist, he developed techniques to teach history through Poetry, Theater, Photography and all other forms of art.

How to Reach

By Car: From AIIMS, reach Safdarjung Tomb and turn right on Lodhi Road. Take another Right from the Islamic Centre on Lodhi Road. Turn left immediately into the (IHC) gates and park in IHC Basement.
If coming from Nizamuddin side, take the service lane from Airforce Bal Bharti School. Take left into the gates of IHC and park
By Metro: Get down at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium and you may walk upto the IHC. Some may also choose to get down at Jor Bagh Metro Station or the Khan Market Station. A battery/auto rikshaw can help you reach the venue easily
By Bus: India Habitat Centre is a famous bus stop on Lodhi Road, well connected by many routes.
Once at India Habitat Centre, come to Gulmohar Hall on first floor opposite Stein Auditorium

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