Safdarjung's TombNext, take the metro and get down at Jorbagh Metro Station, from where Safdarjung's Tomb is a stone's throw away. Spend time exploring the tomb laid with Mughal Style Gardens.Nearest Metro Station: JorbaghExpected time spent: 1-1.5 hours
This smaller version of the Humayun’s tomb garden is surrounded by a wall of 280 metres long on each side. The Charbagh layout here has the large garden, with tanks and fountains along the central pathway with gate and the pavilions enclosing the garden. The tomb is exactly in the centre of the garden built on an elevated podium and is 50 metres in height. The towers of the tomb are octagonal in shape and a mosque and a courtyard also share their space within the garden complex. This Mughal Charbagh style here consists of large four squares with widen footpaths and they are again further divided into smaller squares. The entrance gate to this garden is so impressive and exuberant.Year Built: - 1754.Entry Fee: - Rs 15 for Indians and 200 for foreigners.Timings of Visit: - Sunrise to Sunset.Location: - Nearest metro station is Jor Bagh Metro Station in Delhi.
6. Tomb of Safdar Jang - Safdarjung's Tomb is a sandstone and marble mausoleum in New Delhi, India. It was built in 1754 in the late Mughal Empire style for the statesman Safdarjung. The architectural beauty is similar to Humayun's Tomb. Nearest Metro Station - Jor Bagh Metro.
From the stupendous beauty of Safdarjung’s tomb to the greatest and the tallest tower of that generation i.e. the Qutab Minar, rich heritage can be observed everywhere. The burial place of Humayun, the second Mughal emperor to rule India and undoubtedly Delhi, is today known as Humayun’s Tomb. It is managed by the Archeological Survey of India and is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was built in 1572, by Bega Begum, the first wife of Humayun and the manufacturing cost was stumbling 1.5 million rupees of that time. It’s a site of wonders.
Safdarjung's Tomb: Safdarjung's Tomb is a sandstone and marble mausoleum in New Delhi, India. It was built in 1754 in the late Mughal Empire style for the statesman Safdarjung. Safdarjung was made prime minister of the Mughal Empire when Ahmad Shah Bahadur ascended the throne in 1748.To the south of this tomb is the historic site of the battle that was fought in 1386 between Timur of Mangol and Mohammed Tughlaq when the latter was defeated.