Go on a walking tour and see India on foot

Delhi By Foot’s Mr Ramit Mitra leads a walk in Delhi’s Lodhi Art District, the first open-air public art space in the city.
Delhi By Foot’s Mr Ramit Mitra leads a walk in Delhi’s Lodhi Art District, the first open-air public art space in the city. PHOTO: DELHI BY FOOT
A participant of a walking tour takes in the sights at Kolkata’s Mallick Ghat flower market.
A participant of a walking tour takes in the sights at Kolkata’s Mallick Ghat flower market.PHOTO: CALCUTTA PHOTO TOURS

When Mr Nitin Amlani moved to Bangalore with his family for work in 2013, he found himself in an unfamiliar territory.

Originally from the state of Maharashtra, in central India, he did not speak Kannada, the local language, and did not have friends who could show him around the city.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 15, 2019, with the headline 'Go on a walking tour and see India on foot'. Subscribe