The Humayun’s tomb and the numerous buildings within the vast complex, with 30 acres of garden surrounding it, makes it one of the most remarkable monuments in Delhi with its scale, size and grandeur. It was built under the patronage of Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum and the great Mughal Emperor Akbar to commemorate his father Emperor Humayun. The tomb is often considered as the pre-cursor of Taj Mahal with its architecture, char bagh gardens, gigantic dome and richly ornate stylistic features. It is also called as the ‘Dormitory of the Mughals’, as many Mughal descendants chose to buried here in the crypt. There are other buildings in the complex such as Isa Khan Tomb, Arab Sarai, Barber’s Tomb, Mosque and Tomb of Afsarwala that are spectacular and a must visit. Who should take this walk- If you appreciate art & architecture, nature, history, or photography.