That Medley Called Delhi – II

Following the earlier post That Medley Called Delhi – I , here is capturing my favorite nature – spot that comes across as an oasis amidst the city ; ‘Hauz Khas Lake’. It is a huge water-tank replete with greenery all around, reflections and a plethora of avian visitors during winter months.

In addition to the natural beauty and unadulterated calm, one also gets a glimpse into the royalty of  Delhi Sultanate era of 14th-16th centuries. There are beautiful pavilions, tombs (most notable being Feroz Shah Tuqluq’s), madarsa and floral gardens dotting the landscape, making this complex a sweet spot for both nature-lovers and history-seekers.

The complex is also a haven for youngsters who love biding time post their visit to the next-door, hugely popular and lively Hauz Khas Village .

Ever so charming


Spotting the reality
Arm of the Madarsa


Feroze Shah Tughluq’s Tomb


Pavilions adjoining the complex
A view of Hauz Khas Village by the lake
In its natural splendor


A stroll down the tomb
And the Winter Sun shone bright


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59 thoughts on “That Medley Called Delhi – II

      1. Aww, thank you so much, Aishwarya. Tbh, I’ve some plans. But, for starters, I’m wondering to get some of my poetry pieces published, and see the reactions of my reading audience. But, the thing is, Idk where to begin.

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      2. Most welcome 🙂 your online audience is already there , see if you have some folks within this group who are into publishing. Also post your pieces on sites like indiblogger where they are present in plenty. I really think you will catch their attention v soon 🙂

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      1. I’m charmed by your blog! I can’t wait to look through more pictures when I’m back on my laptop- this little phone of mine is not doing them justice! And thank you so much for reading my blog! I appreciate it coming from someone who clearly has a really artistic eye 🙂

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      2. Really humbled by your appreciation, that made my day ! And I definitely look forward to your blog posts , they make for a very eclectic read 🙂 The very title says it all 😉

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      1. Yes, it is. I never would have thought someone from the other side of thee world would be interested, and I am so happy to see their contributions, via their blogs. It’s so nice to see those places that I know I never will in person.

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