Explore the city through Delhi Walk Festival

New Delhi, Feb 15 (IANS) Delhi, I Love you, an independent socio-cultural movement here said on Monday the first Delhi Walk Festival will be conducted from February 22 to 28.

The seven-day festival will be held across three spots in the city where tertiary events like music, street performances, readings, film screenings and the like will be organised. The festival aims to identify, connect and highlight the initiatives that promote the culture of walking in the city.

“The Delhi Walk Festival is an opportunity to acknowledge all the exciting work that has been happening in the realm of urban exploration. The idea is to also bring people together and make room for conversation about improving the culture of walking and its larger implication on pollution and mobility,” Delhi, I love you director Aastha Chauhan told IANS.

The festival offers handpicked guided walking tours that reveal the incredible layers that the city has to offer like heritage, food, djinns, sufi music and foraging, to name a few.

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