The JamaliKamli Mosque and tomb constitute two historical monuments that are constructed next to each other. It is estimated that the mosque dates back to around 16th Century and was consecrated under the leadership of Sikandar Lodi, Babar and Humayun who were emperors of the Mughal dynasty. The Jamli tomb was erected in honour of a renowned saint called ShaikhFazlu’llah who was also called by the name ShaikhJamaliKamboh. Kamali, however, was a commoner who was Jamali’s companion.
The lineage of Kamali is not known. However, they are buried next to each other which led to the tomb being called by that name.Built with sandstone and marble, it is one of the precursors in the Mughal architecture in India, making it one of the must places to visit in Delhi.
The tomb is easily accessible by a metro from Delhi since it is located near the Mehrauli village. If you are the one who gets intrigued by ghost stories, then brace yourself, for this is thought to be one of the haunted places in the city!
Exchange travel stories with them, write down theirs, exchange photographs and the destination they have travelled to! Who knows, you may even find a companion for your next journey. Exchange ideas on how you can travel better and in more innovative ways. Located near the Green Park Metro station it can be easily reached by the metro railway.
How to Reach: Metro –Green Park Station – Auto/Rickshaw/Walk
Timings: Daylight (Tuesday – closed)
Price: Depends on the activity selected