Safdarjung tomb was worked in 1754 as the entombment put for Safdarjung, who was the Viceroy of Awadh. This flawless garden tomb was the remnant of a dying breed in Delhi delineating Mughal engineering. Planned by an Ethiopian draftsman, the tomb did not have the acclaim and magnificence of the Humayun tomb, found a couple of kilometers away.
This wonderful garden tomb is available to guests throughout the day from dawn to dusk. The tomb is under upkeep of the Archeological Survey of India which additionally controls a library situated at the principle entryway. This is an awesome and remarkable place to visiting with loved ones.