Shah Ibrahim Tomb

Shah Ibrahim Tomb, Narnaul

Shah Ibrahim Tomb
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Harish6236
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India168 contributions
Very Old Tomb
Feb 2018 • Family
Shah Ibrahim Tomb is a very good place to visit with friends and family. The building is very stylish and full of architecture.
Written February 28, 2018
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NirmalSunkari
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India219 contributions
Brilliant!
Dec 2017 • Friends
A hidden marvel...exceptionally beautiful. Placed in the heart of a buzzing colony, this one has a potential to be crowd puller. But like everything else, you ll hardly find anyone...and it's history forgotten. A must visit if you are in the vicinity
Written December 20, 2017
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RSV2011
New Delhi, India165 contributions
Astounding and very well preserved marvel!
Nov 2015 • Family
I chanced upon an ASI publication titled 'Monuments of Haryana' and read about various monuments spread across Haryana; wherein Shah Ibrahim's Tomb was also described.
Awestruck with the picture, I was on my way within 15 days. About 120kms from Gurgaon, post negotiating the labyrinths of a dusty south Haryana town - Narnaul, I landed up bang in front of this huge edifice. Stunning - is how one can describe this in one word.
Emaculate play of colours - grey and red stone, intricate designs carved in stone, very well preserved - and to top it all it is not even on a tourist's agenda!
What a fantastic hidden gem.

Pictures describe it better - I would try to upload a few.
Written November 29, 2015
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YogeshHLL
New Delhi, India6 contributions
Best protected original monument of the area ...
Aug 2015 • Family
Excellent architecture and design, best protected original monument without any alteration or change. Sher Shah Suri made this place in remembrence of his grandfather "Shah Ibrahim suri. The place is located next to Peer Turkmaan's Tomb..
Written September 14, 2015
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