Waking up very early in the morning at the call of my alarm ring, I looked into the sky and saw no fog around. The 4 km stretch upto the
Humayun’s tomb turned out to be a magnificent monument. It is the mausoleum built by Hamida Banu Begum, wife of Humayun around 1572. The entire campus has many buildings and structure. However, the main tomb towering nearly 47 mtr, stands majestically on a platform of 12000 sq mtr. Humayun was the second emperor of the Mughal dynasty that had ruled
As we were leaving around , tourists had started trickling in. Most of the tourists are foreign tourist. Ironically, this monument is not covered in the local sight seeing tours. This is such an important monument in the history of Mughals and
We spent about 2 hours clicking around. For the first time I actually felt the need of a DSLR camera. Film is really outdated. I soon will be upgrading, probably to Canon 350D.