Megha Homestay

K-50, Jang Pura Extension, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110014, India
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identification query

by Retiredlady

I have photos of what looks like a mosque but I can't identlfy them. The building is set within the traditional 4 square gardens with four gates and has a tomb in the centre of it. I know it's not Humayun's tomb but I can't find any pictures online that resemble it. Can anyone help with any suggestions please?

Re: identification query

by lynnehamman

It could be Safdarjungs tomb. Upload the photos, and I will have a look.Or look in my New Delhi page- there are photos of the important tombs there.

Re: identification query

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

See my home page or my tips.

Re: identification query

by Chintoo

better if you can just upload the photo...it seems a mughal architecture but there are lots of monuments like this...n just wondering..are you sure the photo belongs to Delhi...

Re: identification query

by Retiredlady

I've put a photo on my homepage under Delhi - does it help?

Re: identification query

by Retiredlady

I've put a photo on my homepage under India - does it help? it was definitely Delhi, the first place we visited on arrival but the name completely escapes me!

Re: identification query

by Chintoo

Hi,

The monument in the picture is Akbar's Tomb in Sikandra... its in Agra... actually its on the way when you go by road from Delhi to Agra...

you can google the images typing Akbar's Tomb or Sikandra and you will find the same monument...

chin2

Re: identification query

by lynnehamman

http://www.whereincity.com/photo-gallery/46/282.htm

Travel Tips for Delhi

One of the nicest things to do...

by sandravdp

One of the nicest things to do in Delhi was walking at Quitab Minar, a big temple complex. Also nice was to see The Red Fort of Delhi. But there are more things to see like: the Lotus Temple (modern temple of the Bahai community), Laksmi Temple (new Hindu temple), Humayun's Tombe, Feroz Shah Kolta (with the minar / columb of Ashoka and relic/sanctuary), Pharganj (near the New Delhi Railway station, a trendy hippiebazar), Connaught Place (modern shoppingarea)and the Palika Bazar (neat oldfashioned underground shoppingmall; watch out you can get lost here!).
I added a map of Delhi, hopefully it's a bit readable.

Namaskar or Shake hands

by ravi_cool

If you wanne to see the customs of india, luxary of india, richness in traditions, indian dance, india music ... please attend any wedding in delhi .. in any farmhouse, five star hotels, banglows.
Decoration is not less than palace ...
Make-up and dressing sense is amazing ...
Food-menu is mind blowing ...
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As beautiful as the TAJ?

by HarShe

The construction of Humayun's tomb was taken up by the grief-stricken wife of Humayun, Hamida Banu, also known as Bega Begam in 1565. Legend has it that the design of the Taj was inspired from this tomb's. In pure architectural sense, this building is probably superior and much more beautiful that the stunning Taj. Sacrilege? But really, the only thing this building lacks is the showy marble.

Humayun, the second Mogul emperor to rule India, ascended the throne at Agra on December 30, 1530, at the age of 23, four days after his father's (Babur's) death

(Picture taken by Agfa box camera in 1975)

essences, oils, candles .....

by uglyscot about The Next Shop

The shop was very up market, everything tastefully displayed, and evidently of high quality. Anyone interested in decor would love it, as all the little things that make a house special could be found here , as well as organic herbs and spices. I had been looking for certain types of compressed perfume and oils, but didn't find the kind I wanted. I did buy something else though at 150 rupes a small bottle. probably more than in a small shop in a less commercail area

Indira Gandhi Airport

by Emile72

This is about the worst airport I have been. If you have a long wait when changing planes, then good luck :) There is not much to do.

Tip: If you do not fly business class, have a good frequent flyer card or a diner's club card, just go to the lounge anyway and ask what is costs (it costs 15 Euros). The guy sitting there is of course interested in getting some private pocket money, so if he doesn't offer himself ask him to let you in with cash money. No receipts, so he gets all the cash. (he offered in our case and we negotiated it to 6 Euros).
The lounge is by all means not spectacular, but at least you can have some quite okay bites, all the alchohol you needs, smoking area and up to date newspapers.

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