Lodi Gardens, previously known as Lady Willington Park, is situated on the main Lodi Road, about 1 kilometer east of the Safdarjang's Tomb. The gardens were re-landscaped in the year 1968, and the National Bonsai Park, with a great collection of bonsais, is inside the Lodi Gardens.
The finely and tastefully landscaped sprawling gardens with fountains, small water bodies and a nice jogging track are very popular and favorite with people of all ages in the city. The major attractions are the monuments belonging to the Lodi and Sayyid periods around which the gardens were set up in 1936.
The Lodi Gardens is in its best position during the months of February and March, when the winter season flowers are in full bloom. The Lodi Gardens has a Rose Garden, a Green House where plants are stored and numerous species of trees. Throughout the year many species of birds are seen in the gardens. Along with many birds, even vultures could be seen at times. The Lodi Gardens is also a popular picnic destination in the winter months and it gets over crowded every afternoon. Even Yoga classes are held in the gardens. The heart of ultra-modern South Delhi has preserved a gorgeous exemplar of history like the Lodi Gardens.
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