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Had never heard of Delhi people getting so enthusiastic about heritage and photographing the priceless monuments. I attended a heritage walk around Humayun Tomb and was stunned to find more than 300 people joining the group in sultry weather. The group went around monuments which...More
I can say that after getting in touch with dhpc i have learnt a lot about delhi history and over all indian history also. Vikramjit is a very knowledgable n nice person to interact with. I have visited so many unknown monument is last 2-3...More
DHPC is now like a friend circle: the best way to discover and know Delhi. Usually how we learn about a monument at a place is some stories which sound doubtful or just collect pictures, pose with it and we're done. At DHPC, they will...More
If you want to know the real Delhi and its heritage, then this the group to join. Experts are there to always guide you on whatever details you require on any known unknown monuments of Delhi and indeed India. Informative Photowalk sessions, conferences and group...More
The refreshing thing about DHPC is that they are not a fly by night commercial organisation out to make money by "selling heritage". On the contrary, this group is a collection of passionate individuals who really love heritage.
DHPC organises walks that are very interactive...More
This was my first walk conducted by Delhi Heritage Photography Club (DHPC) under the able leader Mr. Vikramjit Singh Rooprai whose knowledge regarding the heritages og Delhi is just so vast and unquestionable. There cannot be any better option available for any person other than...More