The Bara-Gumbad Tomb is one of two square-plan tombs in Lodi Gardens, New Delhi, India.
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Dimensions:3651 x 5370 px | 30.9 x 45.5 cm | 12.2 x 17.9 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:25 September 2008
The Bara-Gumbad Tomb is one of two square-plan tombs in Lodi Gardens, New Delhi, India. It was built during the Lodi Period (1451 - 1526). Adjoining the Bara-Gumbad is a mosque, and in front of the mosque is a mihman-khana or guest house for pilgrims. The name of the person originally buried in the Bara-Gumbad is not known, but it is believed he occupied a high position during Sikandar Lodi’s reign.