17th Century Delhi’s Khan-I-Khanan Tomb Shines Like A New Penny After 3 Years Of Restoration

Khan-I-Khanan Tomb at Nizamuddin underwent a restoration process of three years and is now shining as a brand new monument. The Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) along with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has been working on the refurbishment of the tomb since 2014.

The tomb is the final resting place of Abdur Rahim Khan, a prominent noble in the court of Mughal emperor Akbar, who died in 1627 AD. Rahim was one of the nine most important ministers in Akbar’s court who were known as the ‘Navratnas’.

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