One of the great monuments in India and one of the finest examples of the Islamic architecture identified with Delhi is the Qutub Minar. The tallest building in India was built in the 12th century by Qtubuddin Aibak, either as a victory tower or as a simple tower beside the adjacent mosque. This is the tallest stone tower of India with the height of 72.5meters. This beautiful tower is made of red sandstone and is full of verses from the Koran inscribed on it. The carvings of beautiful creepers and flowers, the unique architecture all this make Qutub Minar one of the most perfect towers in the world and was once the axis of the imperial city of Delhi. In the vicinity of this ancient structure are the mosque and the most famous Iron pillar. This mysterious pillar bears the inscription from the Gupta period but has withstood the rain, the wind and the sun, without any rust on it.
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