Sad that it is nothing but a dilapidated monument and it shows that he was not part of the royal family and it is a monument of a minister only.
Chini ka Rauza houses the tombs of the minister of Shah Jahan and the architect of the Taj Mahal. Beautiful frescoes in blue and gold paint adorn the ceilings and the interior walls. This structure also has inscriptions from the Koran. On one of the walls, one can find the mural painting done by the great Vazir himself! Situated by... More
So sad that this mausoleum is in such poor condition on the outside. You can get a sense how beautiful this must have been in the early years with some of the vibrant blue tiles that remain. Inside the paintings are still in pretty good condition. The "guide" inside you give you some information. He asks for money but doesn't... More
this monument was built by king jahangir for his poet. their you can see the graves of the poet and his family. this poet was also working as a soldier's captain for king. this is not so well maintenaned like tajmahal or baby taj
I visited this tomb with the auto rickshaw I rented for the afternoon. It's only a 15 in ride from Taj Ganj. It's clearly a place that is not visited by a lot of tourists but a recommended one. The interior of the tomb is impressive (an old guy will give you some info for a small donation) and you... More
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