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Mehrauli Archaeological Park, New Delhi
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Explore a treasure trove of ruined monuments from the 6th to 19th century at Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Among the park's tombs, palaces, stepwells, and much more, the highlights remain a mosque and its adjoining tomb of Sufi poet Jamali Khamali, which displays his words on its interior walls. Be sure to bring plenty of water for your trip and comfortable shoes, as some terrain is uneven and you'll have to climb steps around the park. Before you head to New Delhi, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly New Delhi vacation planner, to make sure you see all that New Delhi has to offer, including Mehrauli Archaeological Park.
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nice place to do pre-wedding photoshoot in delhi. Not much to do here but archaeological remains make pictures look antique and classic
Al contrario del vicino parco del Qutab Minar, l'accesso al parco archeologico è gratuito e vi sono comunque molte belle tombe e mausolei da visitare, nonché due vasche derivate dai pozzi per la racco... read more »Unlike the nearby park of the Qutab Minar, access to the Archaeological Park is free and there are many beautiful tombs and mausoleums to visit as well as two tanks derived from wells for water harvesting. It seems that one of them contains sulphurous water and during the visit we encountered several pilgrims plunged. NELA Park roamed free different animals ... we had a face to face with a kind of wild boar (pig or all black) but it was absolutely tame. Many tombs are closed by a metal rail as there are only two guards to control the whole Park, however, if you are interested in to take a few photos up close, for a few rupees the Guard will be happy to open up and take you. In the Park you can make beautiful walks, there is much green, some mausoleums had been transformed by the British in summer cottages since this is apparently a very "fresh" from Delhi, is also a beautiful rose garden left by one of the Lords. There's also a lot less people than the Qutab Minar, Park if you want some peace is absolutely recommendedshow original
It was quick visit, but sill amazed with beautiful building, glorious feeling, perfect for history lover and photoghrapher, but this place is need maintances. Free entrance.
Beautiful. Plush greenery. Clean. parking space available. Has a view of qutub minar
Get inside aftr 5 pm.. its rly spooky out there.. i hv experienced once..
Great place.. I enjoyed fully, best place for photography but lil maintenance is required.. otherwise very beautiful place
Very very very good....Historic dictionary! !
great park in the heart of delhi
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