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The soaring and brave tower that allures tourists despite being destroyed by ravages of natural apocalypses several times, Qutub Minar is the tallest individual tower in the world and second tallest monument of Delhi. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is located in Mehrauli and its construction was started in 1192 by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, founder of Delhi Sultanate. Later, the tower was built by various rulers over the centuries. The sight of this glorious monument takes you back to the rich history of India.
The astounding architecture which includes immaculate carvings will leave you bewitched. Besides Qutub Minar, the Qutub Complex has many other ancient structures to offer you like Iron Pillar and the Alai Darwaza. As you roam around, the place will surely compel you to immerse deeper into India's past and admire the vintage architecture. The architecture aficionados will never have enough of Qutub Minar. It has become a favourite picnic spot for Delhiites where they just relax with the Minar in the backdrop. Also, the opulent Qutub Festival which brags about the glory of the tower is a major attraction for tourists. So, live the illustrious history of India with Qutub Minar and other different monuments erected at one place.
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7 months ago by Soumita Ghosh
This structure is about 240 meters tall, with five storeys. The staircase within the monument moves upwards in a spiral manner. However, access to the top is restricted owing to safety concerns. The entrance fee is Rs.30 for Indian Citizens and Rs.500 for foreigners. Once you are inside the Qutub complex, you will need to walk a lot to cover all the structures within, so make sure to wear comfortable footwear. ATM vestibules are available nearby so you can buy trinkets from the hawkers nearby, or eat at the several restaurants like the Indian Accent, Wasabi, Bukhara and the Hauz Khas Social. You can visit to the nearby places of attractions like the famous Delhi Haat, Khan Market, Hauz Khas Village, and the Lodi Gardens.
7 months ago by Arushi Gorsi
Qutub Minar is as tall as the tales tell. The structure is covered with beautiful carvings. Apart from its historical and architectural value, Qutub Minar has become one of Delhi's favourite spots for picnics. You will not only see tourists here but also a lot of local people, just chilling as you would find endless 'thella-walas' selling chaats that, of course, are a national favourite.
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