Built using Lakhauri bricks, this tomb marks the final resting place of Ibrahim Khan Lodhi, the Sultan of Delhi. The rectangular grave rests on a high platform and can be reached by a flight of steps. An inscription near the grave suggests that the tomb was reconstructed during the British era by the District Administration in 1867 AD. The tomb holds immense historical significance and stands as a testament to the rich and valorous history of Panipat. Ibrahim Khan ruled Delhi between 1517 and 1526 until being defeated by Mughal emperor Babur's army in the legendary Battle of Panipat. Lodhi was killed during the battle and buried at this place. Babur's successor Sher Shah Suri desired to erect a tomb for the fallen monarch, but that dream remained unfulfilled. Later, it was the British, who erected a plain platform over the place with a short Urdu inscription on it.

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