Mirza Ghalib's Tomb -
Mirza Ghalib's Tomb is the burial site of Mirza Ghalib, an important poet in Mughal history. This tomb is located in the central part of Delhi. It is an attractive place in that it is peaceful and simple. However, anyone who wants to visit the tomb is going to have to find a way to get a key to get into it. This should not be too difficult for an average person to do though.
This tomb is considered to be very important to people of the Muslim faith. Mirza Ghalib was often considered to be the Urdu equivalent of William Shakespeare. He wrote his poems throughout the nineteenth century. Many of his works were Ghazals. These are traditional poems of love in Urdu.
Today he is buried in his own tomb at the northern part of Chaunsath Khamba. This is also near the shrine of Nizamuddin. These can be found around the central part of Delhi and have become easily accessible through many transportation methods like the Metro Rail. It is specifically near the Central Secretariat station on the Yellow and Violet lines of the Metro Rail system in Delhi.
This tomb is also right next to the Ghalib Academy. This is a school that features a large collection of Urdu works. It also features a museum with many artifacts from Ghalib's life and from the history of Urdu literature. The museum also features a couple of personal materials that Ghalib held onto for much of his life.
Mirza Ghalib's Tomb is built around a courtyard. This courtyard is open to people who are interested in visiting it. However, it is locked at all times. A visitor will have to ask for the keys to the courtyard from the Ghalib Academy. This can be accessed when the academy is open for the public to visit.