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Safdarjung’s Tomb in Delhi is a famous attraction that is made of sandstone and marble mausoleum and it came into existence in 1754 It is open on all days from sunrise to sunset entry For Indians: Rs.15 and for foreigners: Rs.200.
Safdarjung's Tomb is the central focus of a Persian and Mughal Style Chaharbagh garden plan. The garden is in four segments separated by walkways and water channels and then further divided into smaller sections within the walled area. On the day we visited, the water...More
staff doesn't care about harassement. I felt like in a zoo, as I am european and seemend to be the attraction. I got asked approximatly 30 times for a picture before I rushed out. I couldnt get to see anything.
Very disappointing consultation with staff....More
Safdarjung's Tomb is one of the last trumiphs of Moghal arcitecture. This sandstone and marble mausoleum was built for the prime minister of the Moghal empire in 1748 by his son. Some say it is similar to the style of the Taj Mahal.
The Safdarjung Tomb Delhi is built in the style of Taj Mahal. The Safdarjung tomb architecture consists of Mughal style construction, which can be seen in the material used to build it, which is red sandstone. The nearest metro station to the Safdarjung tomb is...More
This is very well maintained monument.We need to pay 25rs as entrance fee to enter this monument.Its structure looks like humayun tomb.When i entered the monument for the first time i am surprised that its structure resembles Humayun tomb.This tomb had a symmetrical structure and...More
It was built in 1754 in the late Mughal Empire style for Nawab Safdarjung. The monument has an ambience of spaciousness and an imposing presence with its domed and arched red brown and white coloured structures.
The monument is close to Lodhi garden and is...More
I have visited the tomb a couple of times. Maybe due to the dry season the garden seemed slightly unkept. However the monument is kept clean. Nice shady trees in the arena. The tomb is majestic and historic