Ishq-e-Dilli - A light and sound interpretation of the allure of Delhi

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we took her on a tour of Delhi. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography exhibition, Lodhi Garden, and a few other places we decided to conclude the day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but had never actually watched it. There are two shows every night - one in Hindi and the other in English. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

The Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and the English one at 8:30pm (during the month of October). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out the ITDC website for right timings of these shows. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

For the English show, entry starts 15 minutes before the show and the show itself starts almost on time. The sound that tells the story of Delhi is perfectly in sync with the visuals projected on a facade of old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the walls of Old Fort in Delhi. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

The story starts with Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded with the Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, and how things changed. The whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

The ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in a car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take the metro to Pragati Maidan and from there an auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Several buses too travel on this road from Pragati Maidan Metro station. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back. 


These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

October is probably the best time to watch this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, it would either be too hot or too cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

Since the seating arrangement is in open, there can be mosquitoes. So it's advisable to wear appropriate clothes or carry a mosquito repellent spray with you.  

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :). Vibha, my wife, thought that the songs could be shorter as they seem to break the flow of the story.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

Purana Quila (Old Fort) is one of the main places to explore/visit in Delhi and this sound and light show makes it all  the more important. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

Apart from this Light & Sound show, several other events are hosted at Old Fort. A popular one is South Asia Music festival, where a lot of bands perform in Purana Quila compound. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

In general, the quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and expert curation makes this show special. The voiceover is amazing. This time we watched the English show, but we hope to visit again for the Hindi version. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabbarwal. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

The Old Fort is open during the day and there is a museum inside too. Entry for Indians during the day is 5 Rs, and for foreign nationals, it is 100 Rs. 

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

After watching this show I learned that Delhi has a very interesting history with multiple layers to it. In fact, there can an interesting TV series based on this.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

These days a friend is visiting us in Delhi and this weekend we planned to take her on Delhi Tour. After spending time around India Habitat Centre for a Photography show, Lodhi Garden and few other places we planned to conclude day with Light & Sound show at Old fort. I had heard a lot about this show but never came to see it during night at Purana Quila. 2 shows happen every night - one in Hindi and other in English.Hindi show starts at 7:00pm and English show starts at 8:30pm (during october month). The timings are different during different months, so it's recommended to check out ITDC website for right timings of these shows.For English show entry starts 15 minutes before the show and show starts almost on time. A brilliant sound start telling story of Delhi which is perfectly in sync with the visuals shown on the old fort. All these photographs show different visuals flashed on the falls of Old Fort in Delhi.Story starts from Prithviraj Chauhan and concluded on Delhi Metro. This show tells the stories of different kings of Delhi, how things changed. Whole story is told in very interesting way and you don't realize when 1 hr has passed.Ticket costs 100 Rs per person and it's 50 Rs for senior citizen, kids & students. If you are going in car, there is enough parking space at the gate, unless there are lot of people. If you want to use Delhi Metro for commute - take metro to Pragati Maidan and then auto would charge 40/50 Rs. Lot of buses also come this side from Pragati Maidan Metro station.Before the show, we had 1 hr for dinner. Initially we thought of visiting Matka pir for Biyani but we weren't sure if Biryani will be available at 7pm. Since we didn't want to visit places like Khan Market or Pandara road, we chose to go to Bengali Market. Had a quick and pocket-friendly dinner and came back.October is probably the best time to visit for this show. Weather was awesome. Otherwise, either it would be too hot or cold. The whole campus is quite green now and very well maintained.Since seating arrangements are in open, so there can be mosquitos. So it's advisable to wear appropriate cloths or carry mosquito repellant spray with you.  Like Bollywood movies, there are 2 songs in the show. I loved them and sung along :).Purana Quila (Old Fort)Apart from this Light & Sound show, lot of other events are hosted by Old Fort. One of the popular one is South Asia Music festivalIn general, quality of the show is quite good. Good use of technology and best curation makes this show special. Voice over of the show is amazing. This time, we saw English show and hope to visit again for Hindi version.This show is written and directed by Himanshu Sabarwal.

If you are in Delhi, I highly recommend that you visit Old Fort for this show in the night. It can be very interesting for kids, as well as for adults.

14 comments:

Manu Tyagi said...

Wooooooooooooooooooow. Beautiful capture

Archana Kapoor said...

Superb!!

Hema said...

Fantastic!

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks Manu, Archana and Hema !

It's a fantastic show and must watch.

SelfDrive Trips said...

What a Beautiful picture......Amazing

rupam sarma said...

wow Truly Amazing , Thanks for sharing.

Leena Walawalkar said...

Wow! Such colourful photos..lovely!

Ami Bhat said...

Lovely captures. And very interesting information. Thanks for sharing

indu chhibber said...

OK,shall visit :)

Arun said...

Lovely shots... very nicely captured....!

Traveoport said...

Great Posting. It is very hard for people.

VJ Sharma said...

SDT, Rupam, Leena, Ami, Indu , Tp - Thanks ! Happy that you liked the post.

Ruby Singh said...

And now I have to see this, thank you for telling us about this I am sure many of us didn't know about it.

VJ Sharma said...

Ruby - Go and watch it. I am sure you would love it.

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