Where: Humayun’s Tomb lies on the banks of Yamuna, close to the Dargah of popular Sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya. The tomb is located at Nizamuddin East, New Delhi.
History- What most people don't know about Humayun's tomb is that it was actually built 60 years before the Taj Mahal and it was commissioned by Humayun's first wife, Empress Bega Begum who's also known as Haji Begum. Haji Begum chose Persian architects to build the monument and she also chose the location where she wanted it to be built.
Structure- Inside the premises of the tomb lies one of the most prominent designs of Mughal architecture-the garden squares with water channels, better known as Charbagh.
Humayun's tomb is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The first ever structure to use red sandstone on such a big scale.
I've been to Humayun's Tomb numerous times and I've captured it in several moods and several angles. Here are some of them,