Humayun’s Masjid is positioned in the village of Kachhpura on the shore
of river Yamuna. This mosque was constructed in the year 1530, as per the Persian
inscription. The Humayun’s mosque is considered as one of the earliest
monuments of Mughal era and also a grand architectural example of Mughals.
Situated on the left bank of Yamuna actually remains some ruins of the Masjid.
A sanctuary of the masque is still there in the mosque, a spot usually visited by travelers. The dome on the top of the central nave of the mosque concealed by a high iwan and a façade with five curves. The central nave is supported by two aisled wings on either side. The plaster of the building is original having an excellent decoration with glassy tiles that you can witness during your tour to Uttar Pradesh.