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11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Safdarjung's Tomb

Built during the years 1753- 1754, this is the last enclosed garden of the Mughal Era. This was the mausoleum of Safdarjung, who was the viceroy of Awadh under Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah. It resembles the look of the Humayun’s Tomb but is much smaller in size. The monument has small divisions with very attractive names such as Jangli Mahal, Moti Mahal and Badshah’s Mahal. the mausoleum complex also has a madarsa and the whole monument is under the supervision of the Archeological Survey Authority of India.
Sangeet Rao
Right from the qutub minar i went to safdarjung tomb which is almost 8kms from there. You can either take an auto or a cab or the nearest metro station is Jor Bagh metro station from where it takes only about 3 minutes to reach the tomb.
Vijay Pandit
Best Place for Photography in delhi Safdarjung Tomb Delhi
Vijay Pandit
shweta joshi
If you are looking for a place to feast your symmetry thirst eyes than look no more.Safdarjung Tomb is one of those places which have balanced diet of Architecture, history and greenery.If you are in delhi for a weekend and you are tired of watching heard of people then you must visit this place. It is not that big a place that can take up your whole day and will leave you feeling tired insted you can take a bunch of pictures by taking your own time as every angle is so picture perfect there.How to reach: 1. You can travel by metro as in delhi it is the fastest n easiest way to travel and my personal favourite too. You can get down at jor bagh and from there its just at 5 mins walking distance.2. You can go by your own vehicle and its really easy to find on google map (wink ;)) so u might not need my directions but still its near lodhi colony n Safdarjung Airport.Entry ticket :For indians - INR 20For foreigners - INR 200 (approx)What to expect :-Less crowd than usual monuments hence good for budget friendly dates 😊-Calm-huge structures-if you have an OCD for symmetry then its all yours-Picture perfect greenery-a lot of friendly squirrels.Things to do :- enjoy a calm winter evening there.-good for personal or professional photography-a nice idea for any kind of photoshootsTimings :7am to 5 pm everyday.Its pretty its nice and its cheap and ur welcome 😁Note : pictures that are shown below are taken from my not so expensive nokia phone and they turned out to be fine so i know you guys can do even better ☺️
Nishant Kumar
Safdarjung tomb was built in 1754 for Nawab Safdurjung (in picture) in the Mughal Empire style. The key features of Safdarjung tomb are: the Char Bagh plan with the mausoleum at the center, a ninefold floor plan, a five-part facade, and a large podium with a hidden stairway. The garden is in the Mughal charbagh garden style, and is a smaller version of the garden of Humayun Tomb.The best time to visit Safdarjung tomb in Delhi is during the cool, dry season. You can choose to go sightseeing anytime between November and March. During this period, the weather in Delhi remains pleasant. The temperature ranges from 20 to 25 degrees. We suggest you wear light clothes. Make sure to visit the monument early in the morning to avoid the evening rush.Safdarjung tomb timings: 7 AM – 5 PM(inside timing) and u can see lights till 9 Pm.Safdarjung tomb entry fee: INR 25/- for Indians, INR 200/- for Foreigners adultsPhotography charges: Free (video shoot at INR 25/-)Famous for: Walking tours, photography, sightseeing, and picnickingVisit duration: 1-2 hoursThe architecture and the intricate design of this monument has many different aspects of the ancient Mughal architecture, and the entire construction is composed of many popular Arabic engravings.