Heritage Walks in Delhi - Lodi Garden Walk
Established in the 15th-16th century by the Sayyids and Lodis, the vast grounds of Lodi Garden are famous among the joggers of the Delhi city of India. Carefully kept gardens and the medieval monuments lend a charm to these gardens. In 1968, it was re-landscaped to their present beautified form. The several tombs situated in the garden belong to the Lodi and Sayyid Era and include Muhammad Shah's Tomb and Sikander Lodi's tomb. Besides the tomb, there is the Bara-Gumbad mosque, built with ashlar stone. Its rectangular prayer-hall has five arched openings and is a fine example of the early Mughal mosques.
The guided heritage walk of the area explores the history and heritage of the Lodi Gardens area.
How to Reach
# Metro: The nearest metro station is 'Jor Bagh'
# Bus: All buses coming to Lodi Road
# Auto/cab: Get dropped off at the Gate no. 1 on Lodi Road, opposite Mausam Bhawan.
Parking: At the entrance of Garden