Ameen Ahmed

An Indian-born Canadian PR and Communication consultant whose relationship with heritage & wilderness areas is akin to that of fish and water. 

About Bengaluru by Foot


'A walk to remember'

Surupasree Sarmmah, Deccan Herald, Bengaluru, 13 Jul. 2016

'Explore The City with 3 Walking Trails Recommended by Bengaluru By Foot', Roshni Jacob, Little Black Book, Bangalore, 11 Feb. 2016

'A Walk through Malgudi'

Deccan Chronicle, Bengaluru, 30 Jan. 2016

'Discover Basavanagudi on Foot This Saturday'

The New Indian Express, Bengaluru, 27 Jan. 2016

'Lalbagh by Foot - Heritage Walk to explore Krumbiegal's legacy'

The Times of India (Bangalore), 18 Dec. 2015

'Walking histories'

Nikhil Varma, The Hindu, Bengaluru, Dec. 9, 2015

'On Foot: Discovering Bengaluru's Riveting History'

Zac O'Yeah, National Geographic Traveller India, Dec. 2015

'What you see when you see: Relooking at Tipu Sultan'

Suresh Jayaram, Bangalore Mirror, 5 Dec. 2015

'Tipu's legacy lives on in city dargahs'

Mahalakshmi Prabhakaran, The Times of India (Bangalore), 15 Nov. 2015

'How Food Brings us Together'

Shabnam Minwala with Snigdha Hasan, Reader's Digest, Nov. 2015

'Courtyard homes & wide roads'

Vidya Iyengar, Bangalore Mirror, 28 Oct. 2015

'Gombe heritage walks are a hit this Dasara'

Mohammed Waseem, The Times of India (Bangalore), 18 Oct. 2015

'Basavanagudi Walk'

Jayanti Gopal,, 3 Oct. 2015

'Lal Bagh: Recollecting the forgotten days of yore', 2 Oct. 2015

'In the Tiger's lair'

Zac O'Yeah, The Hindu Business Line, Bengaluru, 25 Sep. 2015

'Bengaluru walks for food, photography and bungalows'

Anjali Muthanna, The Times of India (Bangalore), 12 Sep. 2015

'The Delights of Anisa's Kitchen'

Shalini Raman, New Indian Express, Bengaluru, 7 Jul. 2015

'City's tryst with Tipu Sultan'

Archana Nathan, 5 Jul. 2015

'Ramzan taste trails'

Asian Age, Bengaluru, Jun. 2015

'Ramzan Iftar in three redolent places'

New Indian Express, Bengaluru, 27 Jun. 2015


Mansoor Ali

Two things are keeping this Architect alive- exploring  his city and tasting global cuisines.

​Bengaluru by Foot

We are a group of Bengalureans who take pride in helping residents as well as visitors experience heritage- human and natural, in and around this historic city. From forts, colonial bungalows, centuries’ old gardens, places of worship and bazaars to diverse food and spiritualism, we help you explore the known and not-so-well-known facets of this part of world.

 Come take a walk with us!

Traveling- it gives you home in thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger in your own land ~ Ibn Batuta