Qutub Minar is the soaring tower of 73 metres, a sign of historical richness of Mughal era in India. Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the Mughal ruler, built this 12th-century structure.
The tower of 5 storeys stands as a sign of undisputed magnificence. Built with red sandstone and marble, it is an elegant piece reflecting the traditional significance. Being one of the first monuments not just in India, but in the world, it reflects the old artistic monumental style.
The minar was constructed in two steps, spanning over two centuries, thus the difference in colour and design of the lower three storeys and two above them.
The ornamentations on the tower are laced with brands of inscriptions, and the balconies have elaborate brackets decorated in Mughal style. These styles and decorations form a part of Indian culture and heritage that we love and preserve.
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