Its all about Dastan or as we say long stories which are told by one generation to another.
As we know Delhi's architecture and history may be revealed in photographs but its character, its voice and soul are in the spaces between. We have curated this platform to hear and tell stories about Delhi and how the city has evolved by people who stay here.
Everyone who has been to Delhi has a story to tell...
We aim to interpret experiences through characters – people with unique individual perspectives. And bring out memorable stories by illustrating components as challenges, conflict, and change.
Dastan E Delhi is a platform which allows you to share first-hand experiences on the city of Delhi.
While showcasing Delhi to curious travellers the concept of Dastan E Delhi originated with a vision to "hear your Delhi Story" and "the way you have evolved with Delhi".
We understand the importance of story telling and our vision is to create engagement for the destination Delhi. The stories we share are multi-facet and based on a two-way communication with a high level of emotions on the part of the individual storytellers to achieve involvement.
Our aim is to reveal the multi-aspects of the city and help in building emotional bonds with residents and visitors to have a connect with the city Delhi before they step-in. These stories would reflect the wonders of Delhi the good and bad, sweet and sour, moments which make Delhi one of the most lovely places in the world. We believe that everyone has a story of their own; some make you cry some just laugh or giggle and some are just adorable.
The park contains sites like Tomb of Balban, wherein a true arch and the true dome were built for the first time in India, Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb of Maulana Jamali (Shaikh Jamali Kamboh), Quli Khan's Tomb, Rajon Ki Baoli - a stepwell.
Meeting Point: Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Parking Lot
Wander about a tranquil location that easily qualifies as one of the largest green expanses in the capital city. A morning stroll at Mehrauli Archaeological Park covers a historic site dotted with spectacular monuments from different eras, scattered all over 200 acres of lush greenery. Indulge in delightful anecdotes while walking across Qutb Minar's lesser - known neighbor.
Captions written on Social Media about Mehrauli Archaeological Park
Our work focus
Our aim is share your true moments, experiences & life journeys of this city to empower visitors and residents. There are many myths, fascinating stories that you hear when on move which create curiosity. We are here to connect the city of Delhi with you forever.
Connect with us at Jeet Sharma: firstname.lastname@example.org | +91 991 047 6546
For RSVP: email@example.com | +91 989 969 2790
To organise storytelling sessions for small or large groups advance reservations required.