Aga Khan Trust for Culture’s conservators discover hidden Mughal treasure near Humayun’s tomb

Aga Khan Trust for Culture's conservators discover hidden Mughal treasure near Humayun's tombA stunning discovery found on the domed ceiling of the 16th-century Mughal monument near Humayun’s tomb: hidden paintings in blue, yellow, red and white, and some even in gold.

The conservators, working under the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Archaeological Survey of India, and experts say this is the first time early 16th century wall paintings have been found on a monument in Delhi.

Source: Times of India – Jun 20, 2018

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