Made of red sandstone and white marble, the Safdarjung's Tomb is a mausoleum in Delhi which contains the remains of the Mughal prime minister Mirza Muqim Abul Mansur Khan, popularly known as Safdarjung. It is a garden tomb, similar to Humayun's tomb. The construction of the tomb was completed in 1754.
Built by Nawan Shujaud Daula, the tomb forms the centre of the complex with four quadrants of beautifully manicured lawns surrounding it. Shallow water channels lie in front of the tomb proper. This tomb attracts many visitors, both local and foreign. The tomb remains open from sunrise till sunset. This building lacks the usual ornamentation and detail that other similar structures have. This tomb is one of the vestiges of the Mughal style of architecture. But still one cannot withhold the magnificence of the tomb. It still remains one of the go-to destinations of tourists.