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I get the scenario - you're researching India to see if the all that money is worth it, all the hassle of visas, where to eat, where to stay. You've seen a nice picture and thought do I visit here.
Yes, you do.
Close to the glorious monument, Qutub Minar lies the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, a huge historical space in neglect. Spread over a vast expanse, these beautiful monuments and artifacts barring a few, stare into nothingness, unkempt and not-maintained. The walled city authorities too did not find...More
It is difficult to believe the existence of such a beauty right in the center of the city at just 200 metres from qutab minar. Lush Green Meadows, with benches to rest is a photographers delight. Adding to the enthusiasm, is walking through the narrow...More
As an art lover you can observe plenty of glimpses of old heritage of Indian History . The architecture is worth admiring and is derived from Persian motifs . The Baoris are symbolic of water harvesting and preservation . But the place is neglected and...More
The Park is ill marked on road signs and difficult to locate. Approaching Qutub Minar from Gurgaon, the entrance is on left of MG Road just before the Qutub. The Baoris are beautiful, but very badly maintained. The area has some Tughlak period tombs also....More
Of the numerous architectural prowess that Delhi boasts of, Mehrauli Archeological Park is one of the most exciting. This place is beautiful with plenty of ancient architectures from the times of Mughals. Visit the place to behold the flourishing Persian art, architecture, and rich heritage...More