Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi: A beautiful Mughal Heritage

There are so many beautiful and marvelous tourist attractions in the city of New Delhi. Today Delhi is considered as one of the historical capital of entire world. Most of the tourist attractions in Delhi are already declared as world’s heritage site. Within one day you cannot cover all the tourist attractions in Delhi, because there are lots to see in this city. Delhi is mainly included in the Indian Monument Attractions. There are many monuments are there. So you have to plan a long trip to Delhi, and then only you can visit all the places in Delhi .You can enjoy the architecture and breathtaking attractions by visiting these places. One of the biggest attractions in the Delhi city is the compelling Humayun’s Tomb. If you visit Delhi you have to take a tour of these historical Indian monument attractions.

After the death of Humayun, his senior widow Haji Begum built Humayun’s Tomb in 1565 A.D.  As per the report of historians, humayun is the second emperor of India. Inside the walled enclosure of the Humayun’s Tomb the most notable features are the garden squares (chaharbagh) with pathways water channels, centrally located well proportional mausoleum topped by double dome. It is the first Indian building to use the Persian double dome. You can see the beautiful Ceiling decoration within Humayun’s Tomb. It is one of the remarkable features of the Delhi Humayun’s Tomb. You can see the buries of the Many of Humayun’s relatives within the mausoleum. The tomb is built using white and black marble. The inlay work of the marbles was used to create designs. It is enveloped by a beautiful garden, the features of which had inspired the designs of Taj Mahal.

As per the measurement the height of the tomb is 47mt and wide is 300 feet (91m). Visit this magnificent Mughal monument and explore the beauty of the tomb. There Star of David on Humayun’s tomb because the Star of David is also the Seal of Solomon. Solomon is recognized in Islam as a prophet and miracle worker. In 1857,  Bahadur Shah Zafar and his three princes  used the humayun’s  tomb as shelter during the first war of Independence.  Humayun’s Tomb is considered as one of the most beautiful Indian monument attractions.

     

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