The next destination on the route is Safdarjung Tomb. It is a monument from the Mughal era built in the year 1753-54 in memorial of Mirza Muqim Abul Mansur Khan popularly known as Safdarjung by his son Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah of Awadh. The garden of Safdarjung's tomb is laid down on the pattern of the Mughal Charbagh style. The Safdarjung tomb was erected roughly on the pattern of Humayun's tomb. It is considered to be the final specimen of Mughal and Islamic architecture. It is the largest enclosed garden tomb and has a madrasa also. It is a protected monument under ASI (Archaelogical Survey of India).
location_on Lodhi Estate
4 to 60
1 to 2 Hours
Days & Timings
Sunrise to Sunset. Open All Days.
Indians - Rs. 5/-, Foreigners - Rs. 100/-
Pre book the guide.
Allowed. Charges for video camera: Rs 25/-
Food & Water Facility
- No canteen in the premises. Drinking water is available.
- Take a stroller if children are small.
Lodhi Estate, New Delhi 110005 Lodhi Estate Nearest Metro Station: Jor Bagh (Yellow Line)-