The Qutub Minar Complex Walking Tour
Hello, Welcome to izi.TRAVEL. This is a walking tour around the Qutub complex, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1993. The structures seen here were built by successive rulers belonging to different dynasties over several centuries.
This complex is located in Mehrauli, which is the Southwestern part of Delhi. Mehrauli is the oldest continuously inhabited area in Delhi. This was the site of Delhi’s oldest fortified city called, Lal Kot, founded by the Tomar Rajput rulers from around 1060. The only remnants of this period are the fort walls and the Iron Pillar, which may have been moved here by the Tomar kings.
The major structures that still exist here today were built by the Delhi Sultanate - starting from Qutubudin Aibak of slave dynasty, followed by the Khaljis, Tughlaqs, Sayidds and the Lodi dynasties.
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