Isa Khan Niyazi tomb

Isa Khan Niyazi Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb Complex, Delhi, March 2010

a side pathway when you enter Humayun’s Tomb, leads to this octagonal tomb built in honor of Isa Khan Niyazi(an Afghan noble man in the court of Sher Shah Suri who fought the Mughals) viewed from the arch of an adjoining mosque. Sepia processed is an attempt to mess around with period look.

if you are on a decent bandwidth, here’s a cool Photosynth link for a virtual tour of the same:
http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=ea9f844b-8ef8-43c1-ad74-06743e17f444

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10 thoughts on “Isa Khan Niyazi tomb

    • Glad you liked it Katie. I’ve observed that my appreciation of a photo changes with time and moods (and in a limited way on my photo editing skills too). Revisiting and relooking old photos, I often come up with something that interests me.

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