After a year-long restoration work, the Barah Khamba Tomb in the Nizamuddin heritage area was thrown open to tourists on Saturday. Aga Khan Trust for Culture, in partnership with Archaeological Survey of India, carried out the restoration work. DDA’s Delhi Urban Heritage Foundation co-funded the project. The 16th century Lodhi monument was inaugurated by DDA vice-chairman Balvinder Kumar. “The monument is one of its kind. The restoration work started in May last year. DDA has so far undertaken five such projects with Aha Khan Trust for Culture and we are planning similar projects for the conservation and restoration of the area,” Kumar said.
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