Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden, Near Khan Market, New Delhi

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.
I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. 
 I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.
Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)
  I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.
Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.
 I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HERE

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

Many folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times and mostly entered through the gate near to Lodhi Restaurant and most of times ended up walking around Bara Gumbad tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, The three domed mosque which is adjacent to Bada Gumbad, walled enclosure of the Sikander Lodi's Tomb and the water body in one of the corners of Lodhi Garden. But most of the times, I noticed a very well lit Tomb from the road which connects Sufdarjung Tomb with India Habitat Center. During last week, I was again crossing through the same road and thought of stopping. It was around 5 pm and my meeting was scheduled at 7pm in Khan Market. So this Photo Journey shares some of the photographs clicked during 2 hours around Mohammed Shah's Tomb at Lodhi Garden.The tomb of Mohammed Shah is one of the the earliest tombs in the Lodhi garden, which was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah. Mohammed Shah was the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers. Lodhi Garden is one of the famous picnic spots for Delhites and its one of the green belts in Delhi. Lodhi Garden is spread over 90 acres covered with  . The garden has various other monuments as well - Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Athpula and Bara Gumbad. This place is protected by Archeological Survey of India (ASI)Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture Mohammed Shah's Tomb is characterized by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.The Lodi dynasty in India arose in 14th century and Lodhi Empire was established by the Ghizlai tribe of the Afghans. They formed the last phase of the Delhi Sultanate.Some time back restoration work has happened for these monuments. In fact, these days two main projects are under progress at Lodhi Garden - One is a colorful initiative by some Artists to paint all dustbins at Lodhi Garden with some beautiful designs. The second one if restoration work happening near the mosque. The work of conservation Mohammed Shah's Tomb was started with the Mohammed Shah’s Tomb. At first, restoration of the inverted lotus on top of the dome was carried out.It's super awesome to roam around the green lawns of Lodhi Garden. Lot of folks from surrounding areas come here during morning & evenings. Many of the joggers can be seen on different trails of the Lodhi Garden. Mohammed Shah's Tomb is beautifully surrounded by trees from all the directions. During late evening, Mohammed Shah's Tomb is lit with external lighting. That's how it caught our attention long time back.Lot of kids come to Lodhi Garden with their friends to enjoy sports. Many times cricket & football lovers can be seen around different lawns of Lodhi garden. It was a weekday when I visited Lodhi Garden but still there were lot of folks in the garden at 5:30pm. Many of the families were there to walk around and have fun with their loved ones.To know more about the restoration process of Mohammed Shah's Tomb, click HEREMany folks come to Lodhi Garden to meditate or do some exercises. Overall environment at Lodhi Garden is quite different from other places in Delhi. I think it's more related to the green patches we have created in south Delhi. Likewise Nehru park is also another well maintained green area in south Delhi.Lodhi Garden is a good place for Delhites and tourists to escape from the hustle-bustle of the city. During afternoon some parts of the garden is full of by couples seeking solitude.Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.
Lodhi Garden is a favorite place for joggers, fitness enthusiasts and also morning/evening walkers. It is also a fine picnic spot in winters. Many of the families can be seen around Gol gumbad during evenings & weekends...

As a photographer one can spend the day photographing birds, monuments, flora and fauna. The garden is home to several species of birds.

2 comments:

Monidipa Dey said...

beautiful pictures Vj..why don't you start doing a photowalk? we could all learn so many things from you :-)

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks MOnidipa !

Many of the friends have suggested the same and I also want to start it soon. That way, I will get an opportunity to active clicking and learn from others. Let me keep you updated as we plan.

Thanks Again !

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