The mosque known as the Humayun's Mosque,
was built by Mughal emperor, Humayun during the period 1529 to 1556 AD. It
is built at a place where the 'lat' erected by the Delhi Sultan Feroz Shah
Tughluq was already standing. The mosque consists of an oblong open
To the west of this mosque is built a screen made of 'lakhauri' bricks. The screen contains a 'mihrab' flanked by two arched recesses on either side. An inscription praising the emperor Humayun was found here.
How To Get There
Air: The nearest airport is at Delhi.
Rail: Bhattu is the nearest railway station.
Road: There is a well-developed network of road transport, with the main bus station at Fatehabad itsel