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Photoshoot at Mehrauli Archaeological park. The park is spread out over 200 acres, 7 times larger than Lodhi garden, has 100 or more historically significant monuments - tombs, mosques, stepwells and more - built over 5 centuries from early 11th century to late Mughal times in 19th century. However, not many people know of it!
Delhi’s only Archaeological Park, spread out over a sprawling 200 acres
in Mehrauli, encompasses over 100 historically significant monuments
built over five centuries—from the early 11th century to the late
Mughal period. Among its attractions are the Jamali Kamali mosque, Quli
Khan’s tomb, Gandhak-ki-baoli, Rajaon-ki-baoli, Madhi Masjid and
Balban’s tomb—all within walking distance of each other.