Established between the 15th and 16th
centuries by the powerful dynasties of the Sayyids and Lodis, the beautiful
gardens occupy 90 acres of land.
Historically important relics such as the tombs of Muhammed
Shah and Sikander Lodi can be found here. The intricately constructed
Bara-Gumbad, an early Mughal-era mosque, also stands in the gardens.