The tomb, as the ever so humble internet (Lord Wiki, to be precise) informs us, belongs to Darya Khan Lohani (dating back to the 16th
century, the Lodi Era), and grew up to good heights, from an advocate in
Sikander Lodi's court to a Chief Justice during Bahlol Lodi.
The tomb lies on a central platform dotted by chattris at each vertice of the square rooftop.
The roofs of all the chattris are in tatters, two have collapsed and the other two are scraping away into oblivion.
And the rains were as beautiful as they'd arrived a little while back.
Lending half a dozen rides to the bunch of ogling kids I'd assembled by now, we trundled back to the safety of four walls.