Tomb of Imam Zamin in Delhi

A small sandstone structure in the Qutub Complex.

A small sandstone structure in the Qutub Complex. | Photo credit: Nishant88dp / Wikimediacommons

Tomb of Imam Zamin Overview

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Located in the Qutub Complex near the Alai Darwaza is the tomb of Imam Zamin, a noted Turkestani Imam, who lived in the Qutub Complex during the rule of Sikandar Lodi. Imam Zamin came to Delhi during the 15th century and was the imam of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque. This tomb was constructed by Imam Zamin and he was buried there after his death in 1538. Imam Zamins tomb is a small sandstone structure on an octagonal base; the interiors of the tomb are adorned with white plaster and delicate jaali work.

  • Opening Closing Time Sunrise to sunset

  • Entrance Fee Rs.10 (Indians ), Rs.250 (foreigners)

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