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Tomb of Safdarjung

Tomb of Safdarjung

Safdarjung Tomb is a marble mausoleum Tomb with a garden in New Delhi, India. Built in 1754, the tomb is designed in the late Mughal Empire style. It was also was described as “the last flicker in the lamp of Mughal architecture”. The garden in front of the tomb built by the Mughal emperor, now known as Mughal Garden was influenced by the Persian garden styles. Entrance through an ornate gate the front of the monument is decorated with the elaborate plaster carvings. The monument has also lent its name to the various other places in Delhi such as Safdarjung Airport, Safdarjung Road, Safdarjung Terminal, Safdarjung Hospital, and localities like Safdarjung Enclave and Safdarjung Development Area.


The Tomb of Safdarjung in Delhi is located at the Intersection of Safdarjung Road and Aurobindo Marg. It is near Jor Bagh metro Station and it remains open on all the days. Indian tourists visiting this beautiful Tomb in Delhi has to pay the entrance fees of Rs.5. Foreigners have to pay Rs. 100 as the entrance fee to this monument. Also, if you are carrying video camera to conduct some photo shoot then you have to pay Rs25 extra as video camera charges. There is no fee to carry still camera inside the tomb.


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