The Humayun's tomb can be seen as a signature monument due to its features which will tell all about the architecture and planning styles of Mughals.
Humayun's tomb or Humayun ka Maqbara was built by Mughal Emperor Humayun. Persian architect were deputed by Bega Begum to complete the monument. It is said to be the first garden-tomb built on the pattern of Persian style of landscape planning. It can be access through train, bus and metro situated near Nizamuddin, Delhi, India.The complete structure built of red sandstone.This monument is declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Architecture of Humayun's Tomb
The complex of the monument encompasses the main tomb of the Emperor Humayun, Moti Masjid, rectangular parks, museum, court room and other small structure.
Anyone visiting this monument can't resist taking photos and getting oneself photographed. The spectacular monument will make you feel cut-off from rest of the Delhi and you can enjoy siting on the rampart of the tomb.
The water bowels for birds on the tomb can be seen which tells us how they were concerned about the use of the tomb for time immemorial.
Great monument to visit in Delhi.
It's magnanimous and beautiful. Houses another tomb in its periphery and both put together make a wonderful place to visit. You can click delightful pictures and have a good time.
Impressive buildings, Persian architecture and workmanship around 1550 AD.
Here is where you see the result of the original idea which was likely born of what the love for a departed spouse can accomplish. Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. But this was preceeded about 100 years earlier by Hamida Manu Begum (mother of Akhbar the Great) building a monument/resting place in memory of her husband Humayun, Mogul Emperor, who unfortunately died falling down some stairs.