Barakhamba: Another spectacle of the Lodi Dynasty Another beauty inspired by Islam architecture the Barakhamba Monument is one of the many 14th century monuments in Delhi. Built late during the Lodi Dynasty, the monument sits very close to the Hazrat Nizamuddin Ki Baoli. As the name suggests, the monument has 12 pillars, like several other monuments that were built during the time.
Kotla Mubarakpur: More than Just an Upscale Market Now classified as an urban village, Kotla Mubarakpur was once a small village with a rich lineage of rulers. The area has several tombs of rulers from the Lodi Dynasty and similar periods.
DOUBLE FALUS | Coins of Delhi Sultan - Lodi Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Bahlul Shah Lodi | Denomination : Double Falus | Metal : Copper | Weight (gm) : 7.1 | Shape : Round | Calendar System : AH (Anno Hijri) | Issued Year : 890, 892-894 | Minting Technique : Die Struck | Mint : Hadrat Dehli | Obverse Description : Bahlul Shah in Circle, sultan and mint name around in margin |
Shisha Gumbad is a tomb from the last lineage of the Lodhi Dynasty and is thought to have possibly been constructed between 1489 and 1517 CE. The Shisha Gumbad (glass dome) houses tombs of an unknown family that may have been a part of the Lodhi family and a part of Sikandar Lodi's court.
The Imperial Yacht Standart. Standart was fitted out with ornate fixtures, including mahogany paneling, crystal chandeliers, and other amenities that made the vessel a suitable floating palace for the Russian Imperial Family. The ship was manned and operated by a crew from the Russian Imperial Navy. During the reign of Nicholas II, Standart was commanded by a naval Captain, although the official commander was a Rear Admiral. Her commander in 1914 was Nikolai Pavlovich Sablin.