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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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Went there for a nice stroll and soaked myself in history. I unwittingly left too little time for the site and it was closing. I would recommend one to spend 3 hours here. There is a large garden on the complex where people can relax...More
A beautiful tomb by a wife for her loving husband! Excellent Mughal architecture on display. Entry fee is very nominal and the staff were friendly. You get discount for using debit/credit cards as well. Inside we have another tomb of Isa Khan which too is...More
It is worth to go there as it a fantastic Indian architectural site. We walked from metro station (stadium stop) and it's a hike (about 20 minutes) however you can take a bus or tuktuk from there.
Me and my wife went for a holiday last week of September this year in India. Humayun's Tomb was one of the best place we have visited in our holiday time. It is one of the historical tomb,really happy to get opportunity to visit Humayun's...More
Visit if you enjoy historical architecture. Google and you will know the historical significance.
Time you must plan: min 1 hour post you buy ticket. When I reached there were mile long queue and I bought the foreigner ticket and jumped the queue. Though had...More
I remember long ago when few visitors came to this place. It was neglected and vandalized. Today after and still under major renovations and a pricey entrance ticket this place remains as charming and magnificent as it always was. Pretty manicured gardens and still quiet...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.
hi. you can but you cannot avoid the crowds. Its really very beautiful , local people are more than foreigners. sometimes they just cross the lines and if you argue with them they will fight back so becareful in talking to... More
hi. you can but you cannot avoid the crowds. Its really very beautiful , local people are more than foreigners. sometimes they just cross the lines and if you argue with them they will fight back so becareful in talking to them.