Events & Activities

Delhi Walk: Exploring Kotla Firuz Shah

21st June 2018

Exploring Kotla Firuz Shah

A heritage walk to the medieval capital of Kotla, believed to be inhabited by jinns. Built by Sultan Firuz Shah Tughluq in 14th century, this citadel has some magnificent monuments: the Jami Masjid, an Ashokan pillar brought all the way from Haryana and a circular baoli.
Walking Distance : half a kilometer
Meeting point : Ticket counter to Kotla, just off Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, ITO
Directions : The fort complex is about 100 mts, off Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg. If coming from ITO, the approach road to Kotla will be on your right, before the cricket stadium (of the same name). If coming from Rajghat or Daryaganj, the approach road to Kotla will be on your left, after Ambedkar Stadium and Kotla Cricket Ground.
Parking : available at the meeting point
Note : Please wear proper walking shoes. Even though the walking distance is short, the walk includes climbing narrow staircases and might be uncomfortable for those with difficulty walking. Please carry water & protection against the sun. Kotla is a ticketed monuments. You are requested to bear the entry fees separately please (Rs. 5/- for Indians; Rs. 100/- for foreigners)

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