Referring Delhi as a capital of India or a metro city by just focussing on the fast life and other high life problems without concentrating the real beauty of it’s heritage; definitely would not do the justice with the city. Among many jewels Humayun’s Tomb is one of the appealing monuments that sprinkle the Persian effects in its architectural style and was made by Mirak Mirza Ghiyath (from Persia) on the wish of Hamida Banu Begum; in the remembrance of her husband Mughal Emperor Humayun.
It is a beautiful place that surrounded by gardens which included almost 150 graves of the Mughal royal family. Beside this, there are other attributes that define the heritage site delightfully and that draws our attention to capture its beauty through our photo walk , so let the images speak…
Suggestions, advice, appreciation, comments all are welcome. I am waiting to listen from your side..it’s just a starting and a long way to cover ..I just raised a least step towards it.
“A camera is a save button for the minds eye.”- Rogu Kingston
This post was originally published on 'The Flying Wayfarer'.