Full Name – Mirza Nasir ud-din Baig Muhammad Khan Humayun
Born – March 6, 1508, Kabul, Afghanistan
Died – January 15, 1556, Delhi, India
Parents – Babar, Meham Begum
Burial Place – Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi
Children – Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar, Mirza Muhammad Hakim, Bakshi Bano Begum, Sakina Bano Begum……….
Humayun, also known as Nasir ud-din Muhammad, was the second Mughal king of India who was more courageous than the consolidator of his empire. He was born on March 6, 1508, in Kabul, Afghanistan, and died on January 15, 1556, in Delhi, India. Humayu was the son and successor of Babur, the founder of the Mughal dynasty, and ruled from 1530 to 1540 and from 1555 to 1556.
The dazzling victories of Pani (1526), Hai (1527), and Gagra (1528) were dim and the NDA’s authority could be used to dominate the commanders and Rajputs. Dominance. Guhumayin invaded the Mughals in 1555 while protecting the heirs under the leadership of Ahir Shah of the Gurjars. Both Bihar’s position and database were good. In 1539, Har Humayu was annexed to Chausa, and in 1540, Hear in Kanauj was ceded to India.
Humayun became a solitary wanderer, seeking refuge again in Sindh, Marwar, and finally, Sindh, where his famous son Akbar was born in 1542. When Humayu reached Iran in 1544, Shah Ahms provided him with military aid. of, and he took it. Kandahar (1545) and captured Kabul for the last time in 1550 from his own treacherous brother, Kamran.
In February 1555, Humin captured Lahore (now Pakistan) by taking advantage of civil disputes between Mr. Shah’s successors. He recaptured Delhi and Agra in July after defeating the rebellious Afghan governor of Punjab, Sikandar Sr., at Sirhind. Humayu died after falling from the ladder of his library. His tomb in Delhi, which was built a few years after his death, is the first of the great masterpieces of Mughal architecture.
The first garden monument on the Indian subcontinent, this mausoleum was built in 1570 and is of cultural importance. This gave rise to several major architectural improvements, which culminated in the construction of the Taj Mahal.
Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi was the first magnificent royal mausoleum associated with Mughal architecture, reaching its pinnacle 80 years later at the Taj Mahal. Humayu’s Tomb is part of a 27.04-hectare complex that includes Nila Gumbad, Isa Khan, Bu Halima, and Afsarwala, all 16th-century Mughal garden tombs. Baber’s Tomb and Arab Sarai, where artisans live. Humayu tomb is being built.
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Humayun’s Tomb was built in the 1560s under the patronage of the great emperor Humayun’s son Akbar The garden-mausoleum was built in collaboration by Persian and Indian craftsmen and was far superior to any other tomb built in the Islamic world. Humayun’s garden-tomb is a char bagh (a four-quadrant garden depicting the four rivers of paradise in the Qur’an), with lakes connected by channels. The garden can be accessed from the south and west through high gates, with pavilions in the center of the east and north walls.