Kite-flying: Attend an evening of patangbaazi at the rooftop of Haveli Dharampura, which is accompanied by a three-course high tea to keep you rejuvenated. You can take part in the kite-flying event every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm to 6.30pm. The charges (including high-tea) are Rs1,000 (excluding taxes) per person.
→ Getting there
The metro station nearest to Haveli Dharampura is Chawri Bazaar on the Yellow Line.
By metro: Get down at the metro station , and then walk or take a rickshaw to the Jama Masjid Police station. From there you walk to the street opposite 'Gali Guliyan', and then take a right turn at the T-intersection point of the gali. The second haveli on your left is Haveli Dharampura.
By road: If you are driving down, then know that finding parking in Old Delhi is next to impossible. So, park at Jama Masjid Police station and follow the route mentioned above.
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