Explore a peaceful park dotted with the medieval era tombs rooted in history, greenery and aestheticism. Located away from the hustle bustle of the city the park today known as Lodi Garden was laid out in the year 1936 around four monuments built during the Lodi dynasty in the 15th-16th century, the last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate. The garden complex has been renovated a few times over the period of time; the remains seen today give a glimpse of a beautiful skyline created by these tombs on the landscape of the city of Delhi. Trace the fascinating evolution of a bygone hamlet to an architectural prodigy, a garden to look at but has layers of history embedded deep into it. The importance of this garden and its beauty doubles when we tell you how this space has evolved over the ages.
Not just the landscape, but also the evolution of its name. The walk takes you through myriad of experiences as you shall see people taking a stroll in the park, botanical gardens and colourful butterflies to add special facets of nature. The garden that you shall experience has an aesthetically pleasing appeal.
The tombs are dotted, strung in a line; these architectural marvels will leave you enchanted. Sometimes these are hidden behind the trees, sometimes they leave you confused and make you glued to the fascinating scenes.