Sikandar Lodi Tomb – Tomb of the powerful Emperor

Sikandar Lodi Tomb in Delhi Image Source

Visiting Detail

  • Location: Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi – 110003
  • Timings: 6:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Closed: Open all 7 days
  • Entry fee: Free
  • Type: Tomb
  • Architecture: Islamic and Hindu architecture 
  • Year of Construction: 1517 to 1518 CE

Overview

Sikandar Lodi Tomb is the tomb dedicated to the Sikandar Lodi who was the  second ruler of the Lodi Dynasty located in Delhi. He reigned from  1489 to 1517 CE in Delhi, India. Sikandar Lodi’s son Ibrahim Lodi built this tomb in Lodhi Garden which took almost a year (1517 to 1518) to complete. 

Attractions near Sikandar Lodi Tomb

  • Shish Gumbad: Distance: 600m
  • Bada Gumbad: Distance: 850m
  • Rose Garden: Distance: 700m
  • Khan Market: Distance: 1.1km
  • Jor Bagh Market: Distance: 2.0km
  • Sai Baba Mandir: Distance: 1.8km

See also  Sultan Ghari’s Tomb - The first Islamic Mausoleum

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.