From Hamida With Love

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On our journey to the tomb, we will explore the magnificent architecture of the Mughal era which is beautifully surrounded by lush green gardens. Get to know how to take the best shots possible keeping in mind the general lighting and other essentials of photography.

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Availability: Weekends, 4 PM – 6 PM.

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Love Hamida

Humayun’s tomb, built in 1570, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent.

Humayun died in 1556, and his widow Hamida Banu Begum, also known as Haji Begam, commenced the construction of his tomb in 1569, fourteen years after his death. It is well known that Humayun picked up the principles of Persian architecture during his exile, and he himself is likely to have planned the tomb.

Inclusion –  Native Fees  ♦  Entry Fees

General guidelines –

  1. Reach the meeting place on time!
  2. Wear comfortable shoes. Be fit and fresh!
  3. Carry a water bottle.
  4. Do not forget to carry your camera along with yourself.
  5. You can bring any camera, a smartphone can do the work as well.

Meeting point will be disclosed once you book the experience.

Aarohan also hosts another experience: Ecology and History – Photographing Lodhi Gardens.

About Aarohan

I am a person who believes that the universe holds all the answers to those questions that our brains can’t understand. I am an extrovert who loves to travel and explore all those places that are untouched by man. My passion for photography has made me understand the importance of all the little things in life which together can make up bundles of joy. I have been actively contributing as a content writer in magazines and have been updating my social media accounts with all my travel experiences and daily life photographs. The diversification in life is what brings the colours to the black and white picture. I have also conducted multiple Photo-walks and have been with different photography groups to gain exposure in this field. Join my Photowalks for a vibrant experience.

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