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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
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Attended as part of a group tour.
Attended in the evening, beware of the mosquitoes! Worth attending with a tour guide to explain the history of the building.
Make sure you hold onto the entrance coin, one of our party lost their coin and had...More
The whole complex is UNESCO world heritage site and is worth to visit. There is also Isa Khan Tomb in the complex another must see place. We spent over 1.5hr there and enjoyed stroll in the park. There is also some info with photos on...More
Amazing and beautiful piece of architecture and history. Nice gardens with incredible constructions inside. Excellent place to spend a couple of hours right in the middle of Delhi's chaos. Tombs, waterways and fountains make a sweet, historical, religious experience.
If you are someone like me, who had her apprehensions of visiting a tomb - be ready for a surprise as Humayun's Tomb is much larger than you could every imagine! Though Taj Mahal has got its share of fame for a husband building it...More
We were impressed by it's beauty and the calm around it. A place to take great pictures at noon when the sun shines directly on to the tomb and gives it a very mystic look. And afterwards you may take a nap in the surrounding...More
Another popular upmarket residential neighbourhood of Delhi with many small parks and home to expats, Nizamuddin is most famous for the Sufi shrine, Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah. It’s a beautiful confluence of faith, heritage and contemporary Delhi. The busy streets leading to the dargah offer a rich cultural
and culinary taste of Delhi, especially on Thursday evenings when the area comes alive with soulful Sufi music and qawwalis at the shrine. As you walk along the colourful street markets selling flowers and knick-knacks, the road ahead further leads to the majestic Humayun’s Tomb, a significant historical landmark and one of Delhi’s best attractions.