A glimpse of the History

Humayun’s tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun’s first wife Haji Begum.

It is located near the crossing of Mathura road and Lodhi road.

Humayun's tomb
Humayun’s tomb

A magnificent Mughal architecture,

Designed with the red stone, standing tall in the squre garden,

And the centered shallow water-channels, makes it look more attractive,

Looks similar to Taj Mahal, with the similar feeling of Love,

One is from the side of wife, and other one from the side of Husband.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Harsha says:

    I miss this one When I visited Delhi..This Place is indeed magnificent made with the Red Stones and the Love Part make it more attractive.. 😀
    Nice Capture Bharti.. 😀

    1. bhartisingh says:

      Thank you Harsha 🙂

      Indeed it is beautiful one, and yes you really missed it..
      Better luck next time.. 🙂

  2. Gaurab says:

    I have been here many times and love this place, it’s one of the best maintained structures in New Delhi. That’s a beautiful capture. Is this picture taken after the recent renovation? because it’s looking stunning 🙂

    1. bhartisingh says:

      Thank you Gaurab 🙂
      Yes it is one of the well maintained structure and I took this picture 1 year ago, that means before renovation but still it’s looking incredible and I am glad that you like the picture that is an unusual angle I tried. 🙂

      1. Gaurab says:

        Yes, it’s looking really beautiful from this angle 🙂

  3. White Pearl says:

    Love this amazing master piece and you have photographed it so well ! Amazing.

    1. bhartisingh says:

      Thank you so much for the appreciation 🙂

      1. White Pearl says:

        My Pleasure ! 🙂

  4. Ali Sohani says:

    This deserves as much appreciation and love as Taj Mahal…
    Thank you for a glimpse Bharti. 🙂

    1. bhartisingh says:

      Thank you Ali Sohani and I agree, it deserves 🙂

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