Once upon a time, 300 Persian craftsmen travelled to India to build a tomb for the emperor Humayun. According to historians, the craftsmen were housed in a Serai adjoining this tomb — said to be the precursor to the Taj. Now known as Arab Serai, this historical gateway is set to be restored after decades of neglect and decay, thanks to the Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

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