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Lodhi Garden

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Divya
Divya
February 11, 2020
Lodhi Garden is to Delhi what Central Park is to New York! It's where the city's creme-de-la creme do brisk walking early morning, where you find medieval ruins, fountains, ducks in a pond, the gentle sound of a flute player if you are lucky, cute dogs running around, a Rose garden and many other…
Abhishek
Abhishek
December 4, 2019
Lodhi Garden is a very nice place to visit if anyone wants to relax and walk around in nature and beautiful environment. Recommended to visit in the morning and evening hours since in Summers it is hot in the afternoon. It is also a nice place to see local Delhites hanging around.
Nish
Nish
November 11, 2019
One of the best outdoor spaces that Delhi offers
Elena
Elena
October 29, 2019
Nature, fresh good air and monuments all in one!
Anuradha
Anuradha
October 17, 2019
Nice Place 👌 to visit

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