Explore the Jewels of Delhi: Our Home Stay in the Heart of Yamuna’s Glorious History

View of the Red Fort with surrounding moat, showcasing the historic significance of the Yamuna River.

The Yamuna River, which flows gracefully through the heart of Delhi, has witnessed numerous historical events, empires, and cultures that have shaped India’s rich heritage. While much attention is often focused on its current challenges, we want to take you back in time to the glorious days when empires thrived along the banks of this mighty river.

Welcome to our South Delhi homestay, where you can enjoy the warmth of our hospitality while immersing yourself in the historical tapestry of this remarkable region.

A Look Back in Time

The Yamuna River’s history is intertwined with the history of India. This river, which is mentioned in the Rigveda, one of the oldest texts known to humanity, has seen civilizations rise and fall, each leaving their mark on its banks.

The Maurya Empire, one of India’s earliest and most important empires, had its capital near the confluence of the Ganges and Yamuna rivers. The Kushan Empire, which originated in Central Asia, thrived along these sacred waters as well. During the Gupta Empire’s golden age, regions such as Patliputra and Kannauj grew into thriving centres of power.

From the Mughals to the British Raj

The arrival of the Mughal Empire in the 16th century marked a watershed moment in the Yamuna River’s history. The Mughals, based in Agra, created architectural marvels such as the Taj Mahal, an enduring symbol of love. Later, Emperor Shah Jahan decided to relocate his capital to Delhi and built the iconic Red Fort, which is now a bustling neighbourhood in South Delhi.

As the Mughal Empire declined, the British East India Company rose to prominence, establishing administrative centres and leaving their mark on Delhi and Agra, both of which are located along the banks of the Yamuna.

Exploring the Historical Treasures of South Delhi

Our South Delhi homestay is an ideal starting point for exploring the wealth of historical treasures nearby. Within a 30-minute drive of our homestay, you’ll find a slew of architectural marvels in Old Delhi, including the Salimgarh Fort, the Red Fort, and the Jama Masjid. These monuments are proud reminders of the city’s vibrant past.

As you enter the magnificent Red Fort, you are greeted by a sight that speaks volumes about the river’s mighty past. The fort’s deep moat is a testament to the Yamuna River’s former grandeur, reminding us of how high its waters once flowed.

For those with a more adventurous spirit, the Taj Mahal is only three hours away from our homestay, making it an ideal destination for a day trip to experience this world wonder.

A Relaxing Getaway

Return to our cosy home stay after a day of exploring, where we take pride in providing the most inviting and comfortable accommodations. Our welcoming atmosphere and personalised service will make you feel right at home.

Rejoice in Yamuna’s Glory

Take a moment to reflect on the history that this gentle giant has witnessed while standing on the banks of the Yamuna River during your stay. The Yamuna continues to flow, carrying with it the stories of a nation, from the chants of Vedic hymns to the rise and fall of empires.

So, come join us at our South Delhi homestay, where you can experience the charm of the past while also enjoying the comforts of the present. As we celebrate the glorious Yamuna River and its enduring legacy, let us be your gateway to the hidden gems of Delhi’s history. Book your stay now to embark on a time-travelling journey that captures the true essence of India’s vibrant heritage.