Qutub Minar

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placeMehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030, India
phone+91 11 2469 8431

Reviews

Yogesh Goel

I always fancied visiting this historical monument. It still stands tall and magnificent. Went with friends and it is indeed a lovely sight. Must visit when you are in Delhi. Wonder how they made such a piece in those times. Really an engineering to look to. How can people just think and just make it and that too in those times when hand was the only instrument artists had. Also around there is lots of space for anyone to sit, chill, relax and admire the standing beauty. Reaching this place is also not very tedious. You have the metro services near by.

Jaimy philip

Wow epic after learning about slave dynasty and all i was facinated to visit this beautiful created by qutab ud din aibak

Vipin Vasudeva

Qutub Minar is part of the Mehrauli Archaeology Park,(quite a large area) but is the main part and most photographed thing to see.Built in the 12th Century,its another great example of Muslim architecture.It is also set in a nice park which is free from sellers/hawkers.The tower itself is decorated with ornate carvings and is made of beautiful coloured stone,looking like a giant wedding cake.Its worth seeing at sundown when the stone colours are amazing.Rather disappointingly we couldn't go up it.

Aditya Gupta

Qutub Minar,at 72.5 meters, is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and the second tallest minar in India after Fateh Burj atMohali. 

Vinit Sansanwal

As a local I can tell you that the fun and excitement that this place once held is gone now. The Qutab Minar itself is nothing special to see plus its closed so no one can ever go inside but yes the surrounding architecture and the iron pillar is still worth a dekko. Come here only if you want to have a picnic or just chill and relax in the gardens. Evenings are most popular for the reason i mentioned above.

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