Have you ever stepped inside the history with the thrilling sensation of touching the past. If not, then you should give it a try because touching the history is an eternal feeling that you must experience. Delhi, our capital city depicts the saga of those invaders and emperors who ruled the country over centuries. The city has witnessed the rise and fall of dynasties, reigns and their emperors and so stepping into the city will open up the opportunity to touch our ancient times. There are several architectures which are still carrying the royal nostalgia of those emperor sand empresses who once ruled during their reign. Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most eminent examples of the most powerful Mughals.
This is a magnificent mausoleum located in the capital city of India. The astonishing Tomb was built in the mid-16th century by the wife of Mughal Emperor Humayun, Empress Biga Begum, in memory of her late husband. The tomb is situated in the heart of a large garden complex known as the Charbagh Garden, which is divided into four main parts by water channels and walkways.
The tomb is an excellent example of Mughal architecture, and it is considered to be the first garden-tomb in the Indian subcontinent. The structure is built mainly of red sandstone, with white marble used for decorative elements such as the domes and arches. The tomb's design is based on Persian and Central Asian architectural styles, and it features a double dome with a central octagonal chamber that houses the tomb of Humayun.
Humayun's Tomb is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered to be one of the most significant historical monuments in Delhi. It is an eminent tourist attraction and catches the attention of visitors from all over the world who come to admire its splendid architecture and learn about the rich cultural heritage of India.