Turn left just before the third Rampuriya Haveli, walking past the boarded-up 1918 Golchha Haveli, and continue roughly straight ahead, following the road as it makes two dog-legs to the right, to emerge after 100m onto a street full of ironmongers. Turn right here and continue for 300m to reach the small square called Rangari Chowk, centred on a neat white Hindu temple. Walk along the right-hand side of the temple and straight ahead you will see the small, triangular square called Kothrion ka Chowk, lined by handsome havelis. Follow the road as it swings round to the left, past the Kothari Building (on your right), with five wonderfully extravagant Art Nouveau balconies, to reach the small Daga Sitya Chowk. A house on the left still has fading murals of steam trains, while Diamond House, on the right, gets wider as it goes up, each storey overhanging the one below it. Retrace your steps back to just before Kothrion ka Chowk, then turn left to reach the Punan Chand Haveli boasting an amazingly carved floral facade. Turn round again and head back towards Kothrion ka Chowk, then take the first left to reach the large Daddho ka Chowk, surrounded by fine havelis.