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Humayan's Tomb

Reviving a historic relic

Reviving a historic relic

B S Arun The Humayun’s Tomb introduced the concept of garden tomb to the Indian sub-continent, says B S Arun, as he captures the restoration work of this grand monument. The historic city of Delhi is home to a string of monuments. Standing tall among them is the grand Humayun’s Tomb, the finest example of […]

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Obama visits Humayun's tomb, finds it spectacular

Obama visits Humayun’s tomb, finds it spectacular

New Delhi: US President Barack Obama Sunday visited the 16th century Humayun’s tomb in the Indian capital and called it ‘spectacular’. He was accompanied by his wife and US First Lady Michelle Obama. The US first couple arrived at the famed monument around 5 p.m., straight from engagements at the American embassy. The complex, swarming […]

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Obamas laud architecture of Humayun's Tomb

Obamas laud architecture of Humayun’s Tomb

Manisha Jha U.S. President, First Lady interact with schoolchildren at the World Heritage Monument As part of their first engagement in the national capital, U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle visited the World Heritage Monument, Humayun’s Tomb, here on Sunday. They interacted with children of labourers engaged in the monument’s heritage conservation work […]

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Humayun tomb, private dinner with Singhs, first on Obamas plan

Humayun tomb, private dinner with Singhs, first on Obamas plan

New Delhi: The nearly 450-year-old Humayun’s tomb will be the first stop for President Barack Obama when he arrives here with his wife Michelle on November 7, followed by a private dinner with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur. “The President felt it was important give the rich civilization that India has, […]

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