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Madhulika L
Noida, India6,211 contributions
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Oct 2023 • Solo
Along with ‘Chhoti Gumti’ (‘small tomb’), Sakri Gumti forms a pair of very similar small tombs on the edge of Green Park. The two tombs are separated by a street, but otherwise are very close to each other, and both date back to the Lodhi era, late 15th century – early 16th century. The Sakri Gumti is so named because it is disproportionately tall and narrow: it looks all scrunched up.

It’s not known whose tomb this is, but it’s fairly well-maintained, within its own small patch of garden. No entry fee is charged, and since the garden gate is left open, locals use it like a park, to relax and chat.

(Note that the signs put up here and at Chhoti Gumti have unfortunately been wrongly placed, switched around. The sign for Chhoti Gumti stands in the Sakri Gumti enclosure, and vice-versa).
Written November 1, 2023
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