Safdarjung's Tomb, New Delhi


Safdarjung's Tomb, New Delhi is the last monumental garden tomb in the Mughals empire. It was built in 1754 by Nawab Shujaud Daula, son of Safadarjung who was Chief Minister of Mughal empire. The main structures of the tomb includes the Charbagh garden with the mausoleum , a nine fold floor, five part façade and a large podium with a hidden stairway. The complex also houses other structures like Jangli Mahal, Moti Mahal, Badshah Pasand, Madarasa and library of Archaeological Survey of India.


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