Located near Qutub Minar or Qutub Complex, Mehrauli
Archaeological Park is one of the ancient sites that cover a 200 acre. The site
has more than 100 ancient monuments and is considered the oldest fort of the
city. Tourists can spot the remains of Lal Kot, designed in 1060 CE. Located
close to Mehrauli Archaeological Park are Zafar Mahal, Tomb of Adham Khan,
Rajon Ki Baoli, and more.
Tourists get a wonderful chance to get an inside look at the
ancient era. On your way to the Mehrauli, you will come across a plethora of
centuries-old monuments that boast of ancient architecture. Being recognized as
one of the seventh oldest sites in the capital city, Mehrauli is a must-visit
tourist destination for all the history buffs out there. What makes the site
unique is its 100+ monuments that are as old as the 10th century.
Mehrauli happens to be the only site that witnessed occupancy for more than
1000 years. To the north of the village, you can find Adham Khan’s Mausoleum.
It was used for British residence in the past years.
The archeological park located in Mehrauli, Delhi is the
evidence of the wonderful ancient culture and the fascinating architecture. The
site has seen many dynasties and emperor rule Delhi for years. This
centuries-old place is a perfect destination for all the explorers. If you need
an escape from the Delhi hustle and bustle, plan a trip to Mehrauli and visit
the archaeological park to spend some fun and relaxing time. Capture the wonderful monuments in Mehrauli
and explore the history behind the remains that date back to the 11th
century. You will also spot the remains of the British era. Located at a
distance of one kilometer from Mehrauli Archaeological Park is the Qutub
Complex, UNESCO World Heritage site.