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I had to accompany a visitor from Japan, hence ended up stopping here for few minutes. Being very close to Safdarjung Airport, it was easy to access this tomb. There's nothing of particular interest in this tomb.
Safdarjung Tomb is one of the Mughal gem which hasn't got its due. While it may not be the finest of all Mughal structures but it's architecture is pleasing and history is significant.
It's located in the heart of modern Delhi city and is build...More
It's a beautiful monument, well maintained in the heart of the city.
The design is in symmetry like any other mughal monuments. The facade is made of red sandstone and marble. The intricate design pattern of the ceiling are very interesting.
Jalis in every facade...More
It's a garden tomb, made of marble and sandstone built in 18th century by Nawab Shujaud Daula. Quite similar to Humayun's tomb. As it is surrounded by garden, one can spend time there specially in mornings and evenings in summers and afternoon in winters. Nearby...More
The Safdarjung's Tomb is a well preserved ancient monument. It has a nice garden and it quite a nice place to explore if the weather is nice. Thankfully March was quite pleasant so we enjoyed being here.
Draped in the pages of history, Safdarjung Tomb is such a wonderful place to spend a summers evening experiencing the history of the place. Unlike other prominent historical structures, this one is a lot quieter & you can take a stroll around the place, create...More
Less crowd, calm place & good for photographers as well..
You can spend time with your friends..
I’m not sure everyone will be comfortable with family or not because of some “naughty couples” (it’s rear 😉)
Rest everything is great 🤙🏻
I found Safdarjung's tomb and the complex a tad similar to Humayun's complex. Nevertheless, it is still beautiful and again well maintained. I actually found similarities in ancient Arabic structures and designs.
This place, located near Lodhi Gardens is very calm and less crowded. Structure is very much similar to Humayun's tomb, but in smaller scale. Also the stone used is bit different here. I visited in summer, so sadly heat took the toll, as there is...More