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Construction on this sandstone minaret was begun in 1192. Surrounded by other historical sites, it is the most popular monument in India. Miniature Souvenir is available at Luv Indiya, 12 B Janpath Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi
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Nice historic place to visit when you are In Delhi. The area around is good looking and clean. There will be many people visiting there and for foreign visitors, tickets are bit expensive but the queue is way much shorter compared to local queue.
its easy to reach Qutab Minar even by Metro, its one of the landmarks of Delhi. The main attraction though is Qutab Minar but after a tragedy inside the Minar a few years ago when around 40 odd people lost their lives due to stampede...More
Qutub Minar can and should be clubbed with Mehrauli archaeological Park for a complete feel of Mugal splendour. Make sure to buy the tickets online at ASI website to avoid long queue. Carry drinking water as you can't get it inside. There are several monuments...More
One of the best places to visit. But don't visit this place on Sunday's, it will take at least 1 hour to just buy a ticket. And you would not be able to enjoy the sightseeing of the monuments. Best time to visit in the...More
Lots already known and written about it. Nicely maintained especially cleanliness inside and outside. Please note if you see long queue for entry tickets just buy the ticket online on your mobile. You will get the ticket by mail having bar code just scan the...More
The complete complex that houses the Qutub Minar is intriguing. Standing 240 feet tall, it has the most characteristic flutes along its length. Triangular and round at the lowest level, then only round, then only triangular.
In fact, you can also draw parallels to the...More
The majesty of the monument hits you. The fact that this was built almost 800 years ago and us still standing is incredible. Make me wonder how many of the structures we are building today will be left standing in 800 years from now!
Home to the most beautiful step wells in the country, Jamali Kamali Mosque and a 200 acre park with facets of heritage peeping at you from every nook and cranny, Mehrauli is one of those treasure houses where the stories of the past can go on for years. Visitors need a whole day at the Mehrauli Archaeological Park to truly enjoy the opulent 1000-year old legacy of this neighbourhood. A great spot for picnics, this giant
heritage park with Qutub Minar in the backdrop, has become a popular cricket playground among the local youngsters. Mehrauli has a number of artistic gems that have been converted into stunning art galleries & rooftop restaurants popular for a grand view of the Qutub Minar and large part of South Delhi.
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You can spend around 2 hours. If has ancient Indian architecture as well as a non rusting iron pillar from the days of King Ashoka. There are other beautiful monuments but in dilapidated conditions. You may like the place... More
You can spend around 2 hours. If has ancient Indian architecture as well as a non rusting iron pillar from the days of King Ashoka. There are other beautiful monuments but in dilapidated conditions. You may like the place and you will enjoy if you are history lover.