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We caught the metro to this site (yellow line-Jor Bagh from memory). Which ever station it was, walk to exit No. 2 or 3 as that will put you on the right side of the road to walk directly to the tomb (some 3-400m away)....More
Safdarjung's Tomb was built in 1754 and is considered the last monumental tomb garden of the Mughals. It was constructed by Nawab Shujaud Daula in memory of his father Safadarjung. One interesting fact that came to light was that tomb was built using the slabs...More
This building is in full renovation. No much tourists which is great. A very nice tomb in a very remote place. I put 5 stars as I hope more tourist will come to help financing the renovations as it is really needed
The place is beautiful, the tomb itself looks very modest and appealing. Usually, there is no crowd and that's just perfect if you are seeking some alone time. The greenery around is breathtaking in monsoon and you can easily spot peacocks in the premises. A...More
One of the last later Mughal era domes, Safdar Jung's tomb was built as the regime was in eclipse. The structure is symbolic of the rising domination of the provinces over the Mughal seat of power because Safdar Jung was in fact a Mughal subedar,...More
Kings and Badshahs were very fond of making their own tombs so that people should remember them after they are gone . Example of Mahatma Gandhi can show the World, whe planned nothing for himself and nation and the World will never Forget Him. A...More