Delhi Historical Places Tour Designation
Delhi is the heart of the Indian Territory and administrative capital. This city contain itself thousands years old history. City is running as administration capital from hundreds years. City has lots of world heritage UNESCO sites.
By: Urmila Travels
Qutub Minar: Qutub minar is located in Mehrauli south-west Delhi. It was constructed by Qutb-ud-din Aibak in 1192 AD. Last this was completed by Iltutmish and Tuglak sultans. It was a five storey building. This hight is 72.5 metres (239 ft). Qutub complex has minars, mosques, tombs and parks. Qutb-ud-din Aibak was first Islamic ruler of the India.
Humayun Tomb: Tomb is a nice building and dedicated to second Mugal emperor Humayun. Tomb is constructed in 1572 by Bega Begum which was wife of the Humayun emperor. This tomb last completed by Akbar emperor.
Red Fort: The Red Fort is built by Shah Jahan emperor in 1648. Fort was architected by Ustad Ahmad Lahauri. This building was completed in 10 years. Now, Government converts Red Fort into a museum. Every year Indian prime minister hoists the national flag at the main gate on 15 Aug.
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