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This tomb, built in 1570, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in the construction of the Taj Mahal and many other Mughal...more
It's a v nice tomb it has a mosque that doesn't use for prayer but there u can check architecture,there is an other tomb isa Khan tomb that's also a good architecture , warm atmosphere livelihood,so much Greenery,you will enjoy if you love old monuments...More
We stopped of at the Humayun's Tomb. As read It was same design as the Taj Mahal. It is a very peaceful setting in the busy city of Delhi and well worth a visit. It was our first paid attraction in India. It came as...More
The monument is a reminder of how much history Delhi is steeped into! A city which evolves like no other and is at constant crossroads of civilisations and culture!
A beautifully restored structure but many dispute as to how much can be too much! Personally...More
The the Tomb of second Mughal emperor humayun is constructed to the walking distance from Nizamuddin railway station.
Much renowned beauty of humayun tomb can be felt here.
This building is famous for its architectural influence and that is the reason it is widely shot...More
Humayuns tomb located very near to dargah of sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya is a must visit place for people loving historical structure from mughal Era. Its very well maintained and good place for photography
hi. you can but you cannot avoid the crowds. Its really very beautiful , local people are more than foreigners. sometimes they just cross the lines and if you argue with them they will fight back so becareful in talking to... More
hi. you can but you cannot avoid the crowds. Its really very beautiful , local people are more than foreigners. sometimes they just cross the lines and if you argue with them they will fight back so becareful in talking to them.