Qutub Minar


Kbutuba kbutaba tower tower or a tower in Delhi, India, the world’s tallest brick minaret. Qutb complex is located in the ruins of the ancient Hindu temple Qutb complex and the minaret is made of stone. Qutbuddin Aibak, the first Muslim ruler of India’s construction started in 1193 in the order of the upper storey of the minaret was completed in 1386 by Firuz Shah Tughlaq. Indian Islamic architecture and is one of the oldest monuments Qutub Minar are quite significant. Around here, there are several other ancient and medieval structures and ruins, together known as the Qutb Complex. The complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination and it is one of Delhi’s most visited monument in the 006 and the number of tourists was 38.95 million, which is more than the Taj Mahal. The number of 254 million, where the Taj Mahal Tourism

Qutub Minar, which consists of several tubular syaphata separated by a corridor. The tower is made of red sandstone covered with carvings and verses from the Holy Quran is above. Some of the monuments are due to earthquakes and lightning, but it was decided by the rulers. The two top floors of the tower during the reign of Firoz Shah was damaged from lightning, but it was repaired by Firoz Shah. In 1505, an earthquake struck, and it was repaired by Sikandar Lodi. Qutub Minar 5 inches from the south and west, there is a slope in the range, which is considered safe.

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