The mecca is facing the west the tomb is deigned in such a way that there are holy inscriptions of Surah 24, An-noor from the holy book Quran on the mihrabs which make the status of the emperor higher to any other emperor and his rivals. This resting place of the late emperor is exactly located in the Nizamuddin East and its splendid architecture looks richer and the red sandstone was used in the construction of the place. You will also find the Persian style of carving and construction here and the magnificent place was also listed as the UNESCO's World Heritage List in the year 1993. For the construction of the tomb famous rubble masonry is also used and the door frames, huge gateways, lobbies, amazing flooring, main dome, vaulted terrace and interior structure are some of the primary attractions of the emperor Humayun’s tomb. The area is totally splendid and it would be a huge no if you visit the region of New Delhi exploring the beauty of the city but not visiting this Mughal styled Emperor Humayun’s tomb. Mughal had always an eye on Delhi and when they won it, they had many architectures and structures built here making Delhi highly blessed with some of the rarely found Mughal- style statuesque views. This tomb is exactly one of them and to now about the rich history of the region it is a must to visit this place.