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Khan-i-Khana | 20 Onwards

The Khan-i-Khana is a tomb of the poet Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana, a poet who was one of the Navratnas in Akbar’s court. He was also one of most important ministers in the King’s court. He was famous for his Hindi couplets and for writing books on astrology. Rahim is also known for his excellent command over Sanskrit as well as translating Babur’s memoirs Baburnama from Chagatai language to Persian.
The Khan-i-Khana has quite a history behind it as it was built by Rahim for his wife in 1598 and he was buried in the tomb decades later in 1627. According to its history, the marble and sandstone was used by Shuja-Ud-Daula to build Safdarjung's Tomb. The Khan-i-Khana is surrounded by a beautiful garden which is maintained by government authorities.
The timings of the Khan-i-Khana are from 6 am to 6 pm. The entry fee charged to visit the monument is INR 20 for Indian nationals and INR 250 for foreign nationals.

Terms & Conditions

  • The e-ticket is not transferable
  • Entry Fee is not refundable.
  • E-ticket cancellations are not permitted.
  • Visitor shall be required to show an original photo identity proof at the entry to the monument.
  • Inflammable/dangerous/explosive articles are not allowed.
  • This monument is a Non Smoking zone.
  • Edibles are not allowed inside the monument.
  • Refund policy later for any transaction is not permitted as per the guidelines of the Archaeological Survey Of India so refund for any transaction under any circumstances won't be possible.