Learn about Life in Delhi's Slums with a Local

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We dont mind extending the walk timings if you feel like at no extra charge

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  • English (Fluent)
  • हिन्दी (Fluent)
  • ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Fluent)
  • Русский (Beginner)

Hi, my name is Shiva.
I run a non-profit organization that aims to establish a school system that teaches children the basic principles of reading, writing and arithmetic. We want students to understand that “knowledge is power”. Our vision is to build a team of teachers that are passionate about knowledge and are committed to understanding every person and child.

I've interacted with people from 85 countries in 4 years.
People say I'm open minded, relaxed, and easy going. I love to travel and meet people. I’d be proud to help you experience Indian hospitality and to explore life in the Indian slums.

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Reviews (5)

  • Scott Scott

    This was a fantastic experience! Shiva is very knowledgeable about the community and the people there, as he runs a nonprofit in the area. The locals were extremely friendly and did not try to pressure any sales or similar tactics that can be expected from tourist experiences elsewhere in India. I also want to credit Shiva for giving me the full 2 hours of the experience despite the fact that I had gone to the wrong station and showed up late. Overall, a very unique experience that could not easily be found on my own or found through other routes. Thank you!

  • Annette Annette

    This was a fascinating experience, certainly not something you could ever effectively do on your own! John, our host, was full of information, and the people we met were kinds and welcoming. Make sure to wear good walking shoes.

  • David David

    A solid and respectful opportunity to learn about life in this part of Delhi with all of its complexities and contradictions.

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  • Marisa Marisa


    So nice hosts,they explained us in details about the people and life styles, their religions, languages, hometown, and so on. I really appreciate your help to get to know about the India and its slum. Many precious encounts were also there. Thank you so much.