Fact Files : Humayun's Tomb
Location: Mathura Road, New Delhi
Built By: Hamida Banu Begam, widow of Humayun
Founded In: 1562-1572
Architect: Mirak Mirza Ghiyuath
Entombs: Mughal Emperor Humayun
Timings: Open till 10 pm (Daily)
Status: UNESCO World Heritage Site
Suggested Itinerary :
Classical India Tour with Pushkar fair
Golden Triangle with Glorious of Gwalior
The every distinguished side of the tomb exhibits decorative elevations with marble borders and panels as well. The three arched alcoves dominate the elevations that add glory to the tomb. It is the synchronization of the Persian architecture and the Indian traditions by the corridors, the arched alcoves and the high double dome. It is like the Taj Mahal at Agra and there is a common impetus behind these one is devoted for husband by a wife and another is devoted for wife by her husband. So many Mughal dynasties were buried here.
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