Humayun Tomb In Delhi

Humayun Tomb in New Delhi

A Place for Quiet Reflection in Midst of the Hustle Bustle
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About Humayun Tomb In New Delhi

Humayun Tomb captures the onlooker’s attention at first sight because of its sublime proportion which makes it look like a monument floating above the symmetrical gardens. Humayun Tomb history shows that the monument was built for Humayun by his Persian-born wife, Haji Begum. The Humayun Tomb architecture boasts elements from both Persian and Mughal decorations. White marble and red sandstone were used while constructing the monument. Take a tour of the spectacular Humayun Tomb, New Delhi during your India tour and admire the grand architecture of the tomb.

History of Humayun Tomb

The Humayun Tomb comprises of admirable gardens surrounding the tomb on all sides. These gardens contain the tombs of Humayun’s favorite barber who was adored and trusted not only by the emperor but also Haji Begum herself. Also, Humayun Tomb, New Delhi is the place where Bahadur Shah Zaffar, the last Mughal ruler, spent his days in freedom before being captured and finally exiled by the British in 1857. Isa Khan’s tomb is located just at the right side of the entrance in the complex. This tomb was constructed in the 16th century and remains a fine masterpiece of architecture.

Once you are here, you can also visit the neighboring Sunder nursery and Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya.

Architecture of Humayun Tomb

During the rule of Turks and Mughals in the subcontinent of India, Central Asian and Persian styles of Islamic architecture were introduced. By the time it was late 12th century, structures built in this style started appearing in and around Delhi. The current style of architecture while the tomb was built include trabeate, employing pillars, beams and lintels. These styles were also incorporated by elements of Indian architecture, including the likes of Rajasthani architecture which has stunning corbel brackets, balconies and more. The tomb was built to last more than hundred years. It is made up of red sandstone and white marble and decorated in the most distinct styles.

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Day 3 - We started early morning for pehegram....It's more beautiful then sonmarg.....we stayed for two nights at Eden resort...perfect is the only word I would say to describe the resort....period! At pehegram first day we took two ponies at 10500.5-6 hours adventurous ride on mountains...no roads nothing......it's some thing which only should be tried by adventurous people...finally after passing through a number ofvbeeautiful places we reach the valley called as mini Switzerland...again an awesome experience....bad thing is that I tipped the old pony man 500 RS which his Malik snatched...I rebuked him for that gave him extra 500 and gave old uncle 500 tip...at age of 55 he took us for 5-6 hour trip....uncle too told us that he is paid just 300-400 per day out of 10500 we gave...literally that's heart breaking. Evening stay at Eden is awesome...nothing to explain everything was up to the mark from food to waiter...a waiter was so good that when on second day I felt like sleeping and he don't saw me with my wife at buffet table he came to my room with 8 eggs.....vao such good peoples...Second day at pehelgam we took unionncar 1800 and went to alu betaab valley and amarnath staring point again beautiful scenes at various locations....The weather at amarnath starting point was rainy and we enjoyed it...... After that we headed back to Srinagar....Mughal garden etc.....fir tourists keep your stay at Srinagar minimum...it's nothing as compared to other places.....Basically as rest day as Srinagar was very hot that day I enjoyed wazawan.... While returning from pehegam at zabar shop we bought saffron shilajeet honey blackberry cranberry..To my utter surprise a villager sold me 2 kg of walnut giri in 1100 RS only.....we get it in 4000 RS in Delhi....we bought porchu at betaab valley and pashmina shawls from villagers at mini Switzerland...the level of bargain is that he was asking 750 per unit and at last he agreed at 4 units for 1000rs lol.....Let your wife bargain don't interfere...I was amazed to see that level of bargaining . Tour to gulmarg again awesome started at 9 reached at 11 took pony ..took gadola ride to the topmost mountain called phase 2.....enjoyed sledge...skieng and snow with rains .....14900 feet's high...our guide took 700 RS Sledge and skie was 4000 for 2. Gandola ride is fixed around 3800 for 2 till point 2...Most beautiful part of Srinagar as per me is gulmarg.again a part of mistake by my travel planner...no night stay at gulmarg(it should be there) rather we came down to Srinagar again. Please do take gulmarg night stay it's the most beautiful place.ponies took 2000 for 2...plus as my habit I tipped the pony boy with 200(depends on you).Every one was very good. Next morning we started for doodpathri....a less populated peaceful area.....again took ponies 2500 for 2 and the two gentle men took us for a 6-7 km sight seeing ...beautiful again....please tip them ...a cofee at Starbucks costs you 250....tipping those people with such good nature I feel banta hai Yar...... After doodh pathri we returned for shikara ride to our house boat....the shereon wangroo was very beautiful house boat....never expected that it would be so beautiful...old baba ki and cook uncle would serve you fresh meals and breakfast and honey moon cake..though not mandatory...I think you should tip them ...they are all so generous and polite.....The kasmir and population I met was totally different from what aaj Tak and all media channels shows....these people arrme 100 times more couteous then Delhi Gentry.......next day morning we did shikkara ride and jet skis tipped the old uncle who gave us a lots of blessing and clicked our pics...... Finally we left for airport ...Raja dropped us.... Overall a perfect trip fulll of enjoyment Keep at least 30 to 40 k extra for two person to enjoy each and every sight seeing...... In short very good peoples especially our driver and all hotel persons and shikara and house boat person and every one....The best kashmiri tea I got at phase 1 gandola ride station moon light restraunt....excellent kashmiri tea ..... Visit this place...it's really a paradise on Earth....I wasted a lots of money in Bali Thailand and all ....Real beauty was just 900 km away. From Delhi. P.s - keep Srinagar stay short. stay at every place sonamarg gulmarg pahalgam etc. Dr Rishu Saxena 7082276412 Every thing...I loved kashmiri people they are so good.
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