A quick vlog about Adilabad Fort of Delhi .. a part of the medieval capital of Jahanpanah! With Asif Khan Dehlvi 🙂
Samosa.. a mad Sultan.. Delhi.. Daulatabad.. Morocco.. Ishqiya.. and a nasty boil on the bum 😉😉 we’ll connect the dots, this Sunday 9:00am onwards 😊 Join in for a Heritage Walk at the grand capital city of an ambitious Sultan, Jahanpanah – the refuge of the world!
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Next, in the Jahanpanah series – Hazar Sutun!
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A mystically tranquil medieval capital city hidden amidst the modern day chaos of Begumpur and Kalu Sarai areas!!
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One of the two Ashokan pillars in Delhi is at Northern Ridge. It stands on the road between Mutiny Memorial & Hindu Rao Hospital. Built by Ashoka during ancient times, transported to Delhi in the 14th cent by a curious king & then interpreted by the Orientalists.
Here’s a video which talks about this pillar – as we explored the Landmarks of the Revolt of 1857 at the Northern Ridge!
Much closer to Pir Ghaib (shown in the previous episode)..there’s this massive Baoli (step-well) right behind the Hindu Rao Hospital. This was used to provide water to the 14th century hunting-lodge and observatory and other nearby areas. Happy Exploring!
A 14th century astronomical observatory.. a seer who vanished.. the revolt of 1857 .. and how the legend of PIR GHAIB connects these dots in the story of India! All this and more in this episode. Cheers 🙂
In this episode of our Heritage Walks series we visit the CHAUBURJA MOSQUE in the Delhi Northern Ridge area. This place is believed to be built by Feroz Shah Tughluq in the 14th Century. The Mughals later added few structures on to the building and during the days of the Revolt of 1857 this was used as a picket and ammunition store by the British! Happy Exploring 🙂
In this episode of the Khirki Masjid video series – the architecture of this place and some more stories and anecdotes 🙂