Qutub Minar: Why India tallest minaret is controversial?

 Qutub Minar: Why India tallest minaret is controversial?

The Qutub Minar is one of  most popular and prominent monuments in India. & it is one of  earliest architectural era of Muslim rule in country. But now a court will decide whether the temples that were demolished centuries ago in Delhi Qutub Minar india complex should be restored.

Qutub Minar: Why India tallest minaret is controversial?

United Nations World Heritage Site was built in the twelfth century and stands 73 meters 240 feet high. Red brick building has a total of 379 steps.

Victory Tower was built by 1st Sultan of Delhi Qutbuddin Aiba after defeating Hindus in 1192 & was inspired by Afghan style minarets.

Even after him, three rulers renovated it & its height was extended.

Historian William Dalrymple says that the Qutub Minar which looked like a telescope in the hilly area of ​​Aravalli Hill Delhi was a proud & triumphant statement of arrival.

According to a 1926 note by J. A. Page a senior official of the Archaeological Survey of India fortified complex containing  minaret has a controversial history. The 27 Hindu & Jain temples there were demolished & their wreckage was used to build Delhi 1st mosque on the site. platform of 1 of these temples was preserved and integrated into the construction of  mosque.

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There is more to this complex than just the Qutub Minar. The complex has a 1,600 year old 20-foot-tall iron pillar that has withstood all sorts of weather & time disasters for centuries including 5 arches and tomb of one of Delhi's sultans.

Qutub Minar: Why India tallest minaret is controversial?

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ایمن مزاری کی درخواست ضمانت منظور 

تیل پاکستان میں 30روپے مہنگا بھارت میں 10روپے سستا ہوگیا تفصیل۔

کروکر مچلی گوادر میں لوگوں کی زندگیاں بدل رہی ہے ایک مچھلی ایک کروڑ  روپے کی 

Buildings in the complex use Hindu and Muslim paintings. In his note J.A. Page had said that this monumental building has some of  most important & remarkable relics in the history of Delhi in terms of antiquity & art carving.

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