HUMAYUN’S TOMB AND GROUNDS, DELHI. COURTESY: AGA KHAN TRUST FOR CULTURE – TAASA Review June 2011
The tomb of Emperor Humayun is more than just a building it is an act of homage to the barkat (whence `Barack’) of the 14th century saint Nizamuddin whose wellvisited shrine is nearby.
Its formal garden is connected in spirit to other gardens beyond its walls.
It used to be reflected in Delhi’s river, the Yamuna, which has since moved east...