It's like a time capsule. Or more of a time cocktail, mixed and sprayed all over the 200 acre landscape.
Remnants from the Slave dynasty of 13th century? You have the tomb of Balban.
Architectural details of Mughal dynsaty? Graves and tombs spread all over the campus.
The British? Of course you cant miss Sir Thomas Metcalf and his 'Dilkush'.
And the irreverently ubiquitous romantic inscriptions documented by present day Dilliwallah for his sweetheart on the structures in which time stands frozen.
All this , tucked secretly under the green cover beside the more famous Qutb Minar.
This is Mehrauli Archeological Park for you.
Rajon Ki Baoli.
This step well is believed to have been constructed by Daulat Khan during the reign of Sikander Lodi in 1516.
Few masons have been using this step well and hence the name Rajon ki Baoli.
Details from structures adjoining the baoli
Tomb of Quli Khan
Inside view of Quli Khan's tomb
.... to be continued.