Family & Friends - Heritage Walk at the Humayun's Tomb
The Humayuns Tomb is dedicated to the Mughal emperor, Humayun who died in 1556. Humayun's wife, Haji Begum, built a tomb in memory of her husband. Humayun's Tomb marks the beginning of a great architectural tradition and inspired other tombs such as Taj Mahal. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993, Humayuns Tomb has many more structures both grand and religious to explore.
This heritage walk is organized and curated by GointheCity and can be conducted for smaller groups as well.
About the host:
Passionate about history! That's how Moby can be best described in short. Following this passion and interest, she pursued a Masters in Degree and has been doing research and heritage walks for five years now. Her other hobbies include singing in the church choir, drawing and photography. Moby believes in narrating history in a story telling manner making it crisp, easy, understandable and interesting by adding stories and legends to it. Well history is not that boring you see!