Humayun’s tomb: The first garden-tomb in India

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Culture, history and tradition of peoples in a country help and contribute to the development of historical places, points of interests or tourists spots in a country. What is happening today is history in the future. Unintentionally people make contributions for the future on what they have done. It can be inventions, in architecture, landscapes, arts in written or performance, or literature. Sometimes what is considered as ordinary can become like gold in value after some years. We can see many historical sites now that date many centuries ago.

Even though they were damaged but they were restored in their original design or form as they are considered heritage sites worthy to be preserved. In India there is the Humayun’s Tomb which was named after the emperor Humayun. It was designed by a Persian architect named Mirak Mirza Ghiyas. He was chosen by the empress Bega Begum. The structure is considered the first one to be built using red sandstone in a large structure scale. There is also a nice restaurant that can be found in here, tips here 川丰餐飲. The structure was given the title as one of UNESCO world heritage site in the year 1993.

In the structure or tomb is found the remains of the emperor, the empress herself and many other Mughals that ruled after them. Find here this wonderful catering restaurant, 台北 點心. Most of them are relatives like the grandson of the emperor and empress.