DURATION: 2-3 HOURS
- A walk along the historic monuments of a bygone era.
The Mughal power had declined by the end of the 18th century. A battle was fought between the Marathas and British in 1803 which the British won. At that time, the main control and administration over India by the East India Company was managed from Calcutta. With Delhi as a new center it was important to build some administrative buildings. The Residency building in 1803 and many more of these buildings came around the Kashmiri Gate area and the Civil Lines. The walk is divided into two phases and is covered partially through a vehicle.
The walk starts from the British Magazine and ends at the Mutiny Memorial covering various buildings related to the British Period in Delhi from 1800 to 1900 AD before the establishment of New Delhi.