There’s much more to the famous QUTUB MINAR Complex than one would imagine! In this episode we bring to you a glimpse of the Medieval India, moving through the Slave Dynasty and the Khaljis. to the story of the unfinished Alai Minar and the Tomb of the Sultan Iltutmish. Happy Exploring!
In this part of the MEHRAULI HERITAGE films we visit the tomb of ADHAM KHAN, emperor Akbar’s foster brother.
This quick film discusses about the history of this monument, the structure as such and a few popular beliefs and stories associated with the same.
In this quick film we get introduced to some historical aspects of this unique place in Delhi (India) called MEHRAULI … a visit to a supposedly 5000 yrs old temple ..and some stories from the Delhi Sultanate and the British Raj. Here’s a quick intro video that sets the tone for the subsequent series of films about the unique heritage of this place. Enjoy 🙂
Join us as we explore the Kashmere Gate Area (New Delhi, India) in this video ..and the lives of various people and events associated to the REVOLT OF 1857. This place is a rich hub adorned with many hidden heritage sites associated to the revolt. In this quick film we’ll explore some of these like.. Nicholson’s Cemetery – Kashmere Gate – St. James Church – Telegraph Office Memorial – India Magazine – William Fraser’s bungalow – Bengali Club – Old St. Stephen’s College building – Fakhr ul Masjid mosque – Dara Shukhoh’s Library and much more. Cheers!
Ever wondered what lies behind those mammoth walls of the TUGHLAQABAD FORT on the Mehrauli-Badarpur Road (Delhi) !! We bring you the view from the other side of the walls.
Please explore the album attached below for the complete bunch of snaps.
Photos by me and my friend Aditya Sharma.
|Tughlaqabad Fort Delhi|
Sharing a few snaps that we captured at the Old Fort (Purana Qila) and the Zoological Park complex in Delhi, India.
The complete set of photographs can be found at the following link:
|Old Fort and Zoological Park at Delhi|
Sharing a few snaps that we captured at the Hauz Khas Village complex. My sis, Arunima, helped me out with the camera work. The structures at this place are mostly from the era of Tughlaq and Lodhi dynasties.
The complete set of photographs can be found at this link:
|The Ruins at Hauz Khas|