Visit to Qutub Minar in India
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Qutub Minar trip
Constructed to mark the advent of Mughal dominance of Mughal Empire over Delhi sultanate, this 12th century structure is counted amongst the most famous world heritage sites in the world. Through our lovely Qutub complex tour, we aspire to give our tourists a wholesome experience that blends culture, fun, and history altogether. This 72.5 meters long tower made from red sandstone, marble, and lime mortar is constructed in a typical Persian style. Declared as the tallest minaret in the world, Qutub Minar is truly a sight to behold. The Qutub Minar complex envelopes many flanged and cylindrical shafts in its interior. On the outside it is adorned with fluted columns that are surrounded with the bands of intricate carvings in Kufic style and Islamic calligraphy. You can also see some carvings in bold and cursive writings in Thuluth script. Our packages for historic Qutub complex include all the amenities and a well read tourist guide that can tell you everything about the capital city.
Qutub Minar tour
Pronounced as (Qoot-ub Minar), Qutub Minar is an ancient Indian relic that reminds you of the splendor of Mughal architecture. Declared as a heritage site by UNESCO, a historic Qutub Minar visit will make your trip to the capital city complete and fulfilling. Constructed with a mix of red sandstone, marble, lime mortar, and rubble masonry, this massive tall tower is a great inspiration for even modern day architects. Declared as the tallest brick minaret in the world, the height of this tower is 72.5 metres and contains almost 379 stairs. Interestingly, while its bottom diameter is 14.32 m, its top diameter is about 2.75 m. It is famously known as the Qutub Complex as well because it envelopes other ancient and medieval structures as well.