Qutb Minar New Delhi

By: diyanti

Jan 03 2010

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Focal Length:28mm
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Camera:Canon EOS 40D

December 2009

Built in : 1193 A.D.Example of : Indo – Islamic Architecture.Structure : 72.5 metres High with 399 Steps Leading to the Top. Base is 14.3 metres wide, Top Floor is 2.75 meters wide.History : Started by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak but was Completed by His Son-in-law Iltutmish and Further By Firoz Shah Tughlak.Must Visit :Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque to the Northeast of Minar – First Mosque Built by Delhi Sultans, Tomb of Iltutmish, Plain Square Chamber of Red Sandstone.Architecture Inspired By : Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan.Don’t Miss : Hidden Pathways Used as an Escapade by the Kings, that are Believed to Lead up to the Red Fort.Other Complex Attractions : Madarsa, Graves, Tombs, Mosque and Architectural Structures.Must See :Iron Pillar – Never Got Rusted since Errected, Copiously Carved with Inscriptions on the Minerate, Alai-Darwaza – An Arched Gate Built in 1311 AD.The Fact : The Archaeological Survey of India has Confirmed that these Monuments were Built by the Refused Stones of Jain Temples that were Demolished to Construct these Marvels.Inside Tip : Be Disciplined. Maintain Cleanliness. Do not Tamper or Dirty the Walls.


GERP Team from SEIN visit there and we take many picture in there, Photografer are Arief and Istafako.


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