The Centre will enable visitors to experience the magnificent craft traditions that were introduced to India during this period and which continue to flourish in myriad ways. The illuminated plastered ceilings reflect the geometrical sophistication of the Mughal age.
The restored copper finial of Humayun’s Tomb, as well as other original architectural elements recovered during the conservation effort undertaken at the Humayun’s Tomb complex since 1997, will be a displayed in the Finial Gallery, adjacent to the Permanent Gallery.
Digital exhibit technology will allow visitors a diversity of experiences including, but not limited to, experiencing the construction of Humayun’s Tomb and other monuments in the area. It will allow visitors to plan their visit through virtual walks. They will also be able to experience the musical traditions inspired by Hazrat Amir Khusrau who, in the 14th century, proudly compared India to paradise and placed Delhi in the centre of the civilised world.