Humayuns tomb – my own way my journey
From the very first day, I knew that India is one nation that is rich in its culture and monuments. Much is said and known about Indian heritage, but one can only understand the magnificence of the heritage by visiting the exotic abode. In fact, after my visit to Delhi , I had a clear picture of how important it’s heritage is to the land and to its people. The exotic monuments, music, dance forms, paintings, cuisines all add up to its heritage.
Humayun’s tomb in the capital Delhi is a fine specimen of the great Mughal architecture. UNESCO has declared this magnificent masterpiece a world heritage. Humayun’s Tomb marked the end of the sombre style of early Indo-Islamic architecture and laid the foundation of the ornate style that characterised the mature Indo- Islamic architecture and culminated in the Taj. The rigid main lines of the building are diversified by chhattris or pavilions essentially Hindu in origin and, without impairing the strength of the design, give it a coherence foreign to its Persian prototypes.
The tomb has been respected throughout its history and so has retained its original form and purpose intact. And it’s link closer with Taj Mahal And my visit to the place in chilling winter in mid of the December. Less crowd total peace. An excitement and thrill was there when moving to lawns it was like I was close to history. The culture of ancient india is depicted in the monument with define Persian art.
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