This 90-acre park is scattered with the domed tombs of the Lodi Dynasty. It is also a popular spot for Delhiites to enjoy morning walks. Among others, the park contains the tombs of Mohammed Shah, the last of the Sayyid Dynasty rulers, and Sikander Lodi, the Sultan of Delhi between 1489–1517. Lodi Gardens is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India, mainly because there is hardly any architecture from this period remaining in the country.
Have a seat on a park bench with a good book, enjoy a stroll, or meander through architectural works from the 15th century.