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Na teri, na meri

Here rests the 15th century king of India, Humayun. This is Humayun’s Tomb, first Persian architecture based garden tomb in India built by Humayun’s wife Hamida Bano Begum. It’s located in Nizamudin East area of New Delhi. Humayun was Babur’s son, yes, the mughal ruler of Babari Masjid fame, today India got the verdict on the fate of Babari Masjid and Ayodhya after a long wait. Now Babar lies next to his son in the same compound, resting, unaware of the fact people have shed so much of blood all over India in the name of religion for an act he did way back during his rule in India. I hope people keep peace in India… amen!


  1. wah wah…what a shot

  2. JM

    I’ve been there, it’s so beautiful! Wonderful shot!

  3. gia

    I recently stumbled onto your website and I have to say that I absolutely love it. I am originally a mallu but who was born and brought up in Delhi. I started my life in Gole market and grew up around CP and all. However I am currently in Mumbai and I miss Dilli like crazy so this is like a connect to my heart city. I especially love the urdu quotes that you put, keep that up and please add more pictures to Delhi at night section especially when it rains there and the roads are clean and gleaming….

    Will keep coming back to this site all teh best to you and keep up the good work.
    Take care


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