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Poor signage, couldn't find the step well which we'd gone for. There is litter everywhere and an eerie, creepy sense to the place which has scattered homes in fields belonging to locals who didn't help us out much.
This is not a very well known place in delhi. But trust me you will not regret. Must visit with your family. Best to visit during winter. You can spend you your whole evening in this place. It is a very well maintained place.
UNESCO should withdraw it's recognitions as the present authorities showing pure apathy towards this as they have biased , narrow and bigotry view for these heritages. Instead of maintaining the 7th year old masterpieces their ego driving them nuts and squandering public taxpayers money on...More
Visited on 27th Jan. It was rather b'ful sunny day here in Delhi. End of January is more of a chilly time. 4 out of 5 for maintenance, construction underway for a public toilet inside the premises. Vast open lawn for a perfect picnic in...More
The park presents a picture of apathy and total neglect. A thousand years' magnificent historical monuments are allowed to rot and whither away. Guides are conspicuous by their absence. Due to poor signages, one has to blunder along and feel happy when he locates an...More
We had a little free time after visiting the Qutub Minar so decided to give this park a look as it was so close. Upon entering, it was obvious that basically no one was there. Admission was free, so there was no reason not to...More
This place is a treasure for history lovers , though a little hard to find.Locally known y the name of Jamali Kamali. parking is available inside.The entrance can be missed very easily if one is not looking for it.The place is filled with historical monuments...More