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Madhulika L
Noida, India6,211 contributions
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Oct 2023 • Solo
This unidentified tomb stands in a little enclosed garden just on the edge of Green Park, and is separated – by a street – from a similar tomb called ‘Sakri Gumti’. Both tombs date back to the Lodhi period, and both are the tombs of unidentified noblemen. These tombs have been restored just a few years back, so they’re in good condition, but the signs have been put up wrongly. In the Chhoti Gumti enclosure, the sign for Sakri Gumti has been put up, and the correct Chhoti Gumti sign is in the Sakri Gumti enclosure.

It's a small, quiet place, and since the gate is not locked, the garden is used, it seems, by local residents to relax. No ticket is charged to see the tomb, though since it’s kept locked, you can’t go in anyway.

Written November 1, 2023
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