Humayun's Tomb Photo # 13
'Vishnu's footprint' in the so-called Humayun Tomb, New Delhi. This photo is reproduced from page 78 of "The World of Ancient India," translated into English (from G. Le Bon's original French book published in the 19th century) by David Macrae, Tudor Publishing co., New York, 1974.
This photo proves that the so-called Humayun mausoleum is an ancient Hindu
temple palace. Inquiries with archaeologists in Delhi drew a blank They have
never seen these footprints, which indicates that they are heir to a lot of
non-information and mis-information. Humayun is not at all buried in Delhi.
According to Farishta's chronicle (English translation by John Briggs, Vol. II,
page 174) Humayun is buried in Agra, while according to Abul Fazal (Elliot &
Dowson, Vol. VI, page 22) Humayun lies buried in Sirhind.
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As stated at the beginning of this presentation, in case you did not read it, the captions above the photos are kept the way they were found in the album, so the style of English and the explanations are kept the same. I (Stephen Knapp) did not write these captions, though many people think I did.