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10 Walks From The Delhi Walk Festival To Add To Your November Festivals List

Delhi I Love You is back yet again with the second edition of their Delhi Walk Festival. Explore Delhi in all its layers from the 19th of Nov to the 4th of Dec with other November festivals here. Some of the best experts in the city are going to walk with you as you experience food, heritage, nature, art, music, architecture, and design among other things. We’re picking out our top 10 that you must not miss.

Garden To Table: Foraging In Lodhi Garden

This is a two-part walk that explores the ‘garden to table concept’. In the first part, the walk offers an experience of foraging at Lodhi Garden, and a visit to the nursery that grows fresh herbs and vegetables. In the second part, you’re going to walk to Khan Market for a tasting from the produce that you forage. The tasting is intended to highlight culinary applications of local ingredients found commonly across Delhi.

When: 19th & 20th Nov, 10.00 am – 1:00 pm

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Zaikaa-e-Dilli 6: Food Walk In Old Delhi

Get ready to walk through a set of hand-picked culinary hotspots in Delhi 6. You’ll be taken through Chawri Bazaar, Sitaram Bazar, Lal Kuan and Jama Masjid while gorging on the vegetarian and

non-vegetarian delicacies by the iconic restaurants and eateries in the area.

When: 19th Nov, 5.30 pm onwards

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Zakir Nagar / Batla House Food Walk

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Walk with Anubhav Sapra of Delhi Food Walks as you go exploring through poky hole-in-the-wall food joints near the New Friend’s Colony market—a meat lover’s paradise. Find some of the most delicious haleem, kebabs, and korma here.

When: 20th Nov, 5.30 pm onwards

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Morning Fiesta at Hauz Khas

Learn how Feroz Shah Tughlaq saved Hauz Khas from encroachment in the 14th century, and how it was chosen to be the site of one of the biggest Islamic seminaries as you gorge on some mouth-watering food.

When: 22nd Nov, 8.00 am

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Veg Food Walk

Vegetarians rejoice! Delhi I Love You is going to take you through the famous eateries in the by lanes of Old Delhi, unravelling the stories around the area as you munch on the delightful delicacies.

When: 23rd & 27th Nov, 9.30 am – 11.00 am

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The Bengali Slice Of Life

Walk with some of the loveliest people as you devour quintessential Bengali fare like the Fish Fry, Telay-Bhajas (veg fritters) and Mutton Chops, Phuchkaas (gol gappas) and Jhalmuri (spiced puffed rice), accompanied by the sweetness of Bengali Mishti.

When: 25th Nov, 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm

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Haveli Tour With Lazeez Mughlai Food

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Explore the walled city of Shahjahanabad and the many phataks, galis, and havelis that are hidden behind it—each with a different story to tell.
This tour is aimed to walk you through this part of Mughal history, and checking out the very famous Bade Miyan Ki Kheer, Aloo Chat, Chicken Soup, Seekh Kebabs, Rumali Roti, Shahi Tukda with Ice cream, Fried & Roasted Chicken, Biryani, Rooh- Afza Sharbat (rose milk shake), Jalebi, Faluda and Paan.

When: 26th & 27th Nov, 4.30 pm – 7.30 pm

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Breakfast Tour In Kamla Nagar

Also curated by Anubhav Sapra, this one walks you through the hustle bustle of the campus life as you relish the lip smacking Rawalpindi Ke Chole Bhature, Poori sabzi, Halwa, Lassi, Kachori and lots more. Kamla Nagar, also known as K-Nags is both a popular shopping destination, as well as a food lover’s delight. A

When: 4th Dec, 8.00 am

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Hunting Lodges, Mother Goddess, & Ultimate Kulfi

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Under the nose of the tall Hanumanji in Jhandewalan, lay some wonderful hidden treasures. Discover Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal, a hunting lodge built by Feroze Shah Tughlaq, and end your tour exploring the yummy treats in the bylanes of Karol Bagh. This one is absolutely on our November festivals list.

When: 4th Dec, 8.00 am

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Majnu Ka Tila Food Walk

Delhi’s own ‘little Tibet,’ Majnu Ka Tila is another one of the many undiscovered streets of Delhi. Enjoy the walk through the winding paths to restaurants that serve lip-smacking thukpas, chilly buff dishes with the cloud-like tingmo, and more.

When: 4th Dec, 1.00 pm

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Saundarya is a 25-year-old from Delhi, who loves photography, crafting, reading books, and all things vintage. When she's not behind her desk, she can be found with a camera and a glass of sangria at her favorite bistro in the city.