Spend the evening at the Purana Qila in Delhi and watch the exciting sound and light show. Marvel as stories of empires are brought to life in the splendid location of the Purana Qila, then enjoy a dinner at a local restaurant.
What to Expect
The historic Purana Qila, also known locally as Lal Qila and Red Fort, has stood witness to Delhi’s rejuvenation, periods of anarchy, and the rise and fall of empires over many centuries.
Head to the fort for this evening tour, and watch the spectacular sound and light show. After a hotel pick-up and transfer, you will travel back in time to witness Draupadi being reduced to a dasi (maid) of Hastinapur, the gallant Prithviraj Chauhan galloping away with the beauteous Samyogita, and Sher Shah Suri being blown to bits by a misfired cannon.
Watch the clash of a sword wielded by the legendary Razia Sultan, Humanyun tragically tumbling down the steps of his library, and Bahadur Shah Zafar surrendering to the British.
This is the story of Delhi, the city of all cities; of the site where a great empire rose and fell before the dawn of history, and where citadels of emperors appeared and disappeared. A city of mysterious eternity, whose old ruins proclaim a majestic and imperial past, and whose present pulsates vibrantly with the ever flowing life force of India.
Many episodes from Delhi’s 5,000-year history are brought to life during a 1-hour sound and light show, using advanced technology that combines special effects and a unique ambience, making the show a hauntingly unforgettable experience.
At the end of the show, you will head into central Delhi and sit down to a fabulous meal of Indian food at a local restaurant.
- Round-trip transfers from your Delhi hotel
- Air-conditioned transportation
- Entrance fee
- Dinner at an Indian restaurant
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
• An additional charge is payable direct to your driver for pick-up service at hotels outside Delhi (USD 15.00 for hotels in Gurgaon, and USD 20.00 for hotels in Noida or Surajkund)