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Not in a good shape , architecturally it is a beauty which you can appreciate only from close quarters . Now it is being restored and after that tourists will love to know about one of the main and revered poet Abdul Rahim Khan I...More
It is one of beautiful architecture which you will really love to see once. It's a small historical place but it's architecture is amazing. but unfortunately it is the neglected one. t is tomb of Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana (17 December 1556 – 1627), also known...More
this one is also near humayuns tomb... that area is a treasure trove! so much of architectural beauty all in one place. I didnt see many people coming here but its visible from far, or so I'm told. i saw a board of it on...More
This is a lovely tomb but not at it's best shape. It's great that they're working on it to restore. Beautiful garden surrounding the tomb itself. It's a hidden gem from the main roads. Definitely worth a visit.
Having grown up in Nizamuddin could see the tomb from our roof. We used to go there to play in those days. The tomb was run down and neglected for as long as i can remember. It is where he was burred and all the...More
Tomb is made for one of our greatest poets. Its situated on mathura road and can be reached by khan market metro st or JLN metro station. Tomb has lush green gardens with magnificent structure where lies Rahim.
Abdul Rahim Khan -i Khanan was a poet in the Akbar`s court & was considered a Navratna along with other 8 notables who became very famous in various fields in their lifetime.He was also student of Hindu philosphy & religion & the famous Hindi poet...More
This place is the burial of Abdul Rahim Khankhana. The tomb is situated in Nizamuddin East on the Mathura road near Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi. It is a quiet monument, surrounded by lovely garden and the best part is it is not crowded and...More