Gur-e Amir, the mausoleum of Timur (Humayun's great great great grandfather) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, inspiration for the tomb, ca 1405 AD.
Modest Bagh-e Babur the mausoleum of his father, Babur in Kabul, Afghanistan, built ca 1528 AD (935 AH).
Side-graves within the tomb
Architectural details of Humayun's tomb
Details of the entrance iwan, and white marble dome and chhatris or kiosks on the roof of Humayun's tomb.
The symbolically cut out, mihrab facing West or Mecca, over the marble lattice screen.
Char Bagh (garden)
Isa Khan Niyazi's tomb and mosque
Isa Khan Niyazi's Tomb, dating 1547 AD.
Afsarwala Tomb and mosque
Afsarwala mosque (Officer's Mosque), built in 1566 AD, near Humayun's tomb, Delhi.
Nila Gumbad or Blue Dome, adjacent to the Humayun's tomb complex, Delhi.
Nila Gumbad (Blue Dome) built ca 1625/6, by courtier Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana, for his servant Fahim Khan
Surrounding monuments to the complex
Gurdwara Damdama Sahib, Delhi, as seen from the terrace of Humayun's tomb.
Chilla Nizamuddin, residence of noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nizamuddin Auliya (d. 1345 AD), towards north-east from the Humayun's tomb.