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located within the famous Humayun's tomb. surprisingly clean, very well maintained and no rush. it has cool lush green lawn and lots of nature, so i simply loved the place. price is high for the foreigners but i must say one of the top things...More
Isa Khan's tomb is located inside the Humayun's Tomb Complex. It is the first tomb you get to see once you enter the complex. It is so beautiful, surrounded by green lush and the blue stones on the top of the structure, just adds to...More
During my holidays in Delhi, I had visited the beautiful Humayun Tomb which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and this particular tomb dedicated to Isa Khan(an Afghan noble in Sher Shah Suri's court who fought against the Mughals) is located at the entrance to...More
This tomb is situated in the Humayun's tomb complex in Nizzamudin and it was built in 1547-48 AD. Beautiful and Well Preserved Architecture. Don't miss the chance to visit this place if you are in Delhi. In Winters one can go anytime, but in summers...More
Like other monuments built in Mughul architecture ( which is derived from Persian architecture) this tomb is located in a beautiful garden with sort of fortification around. Inside, you can find graves of different Muslim people.
So most of us know that Humayun was driven out of Delhi by Sher Shah Suri and Isa Khan was one of his most powerful nobles. Everytime I visit this tomb, I wonder how did Humayun's wife or even Akbar allow his tomb to stay...More