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Within the Qutub Minar Complex is the Iron Pillar of Delhi.
This Pillar is made of Iron and despite more than 600 years there is no trace of rust visible.
A lot of hype is associated with this Pillar. It was said that if your...More
A metal pillar that stands near Qutub Minar is a mystry as no one is able to find the composition of this pillar. Standing for ages, but there is no rust over it. People try to tie their hands around it to try their luck.
At first sight, standing in the middle of some wonderfully intricate architectural monuments, a simple looking bare metallic pillar is a study in contrast. The wonder, I guess, would lie only if you know about it in advance. The fact that it even predates the...More
Last month with my cousins i went to New Delhi and there we visited the iron pillar. It is a historical monument and it wonders every single person because it has not yet rusted since it's construction. It is said that it was built more...More
The inscription in Sanskrit is of 4th or 5th century . This pillar draws thousands of tourists every day because people admire the fact that iron pillar has mot rusted . There is a myth that if you encircle the pillar with your arms behind...More
During my vacation in Delhi, I had visited the beautiful Qutub Minar complex and the Iron Pillar is located just after the giant Qutub Minar. It is much smaller in height and width compared to the gigantic Qutub Minar but it is a symbol of...More
The Iron Pillar weighs 6 tonnes. It stands 7.21 metres tall. It is corrosion free and has non rusting surface. There is some inscriptions on it suggesting it is 1600 years old.
Tourists and visitors stand on their backs towards this pillar and wrap their...More
You can't forget to visit this place whenever you visit Qutub Minar. The iron pillar hasn't rusted ever, such was the quality of the iron here. It is also said that if a person is able to touch his hands by standing around the pillar,...More
Home to the most beautiful step wells in the country, Jamali Kamali Mosque and a 200 acre park with facets of heritage peeping at you from every nook and cranny, Mehrauli is one of those treasure houses where the stories of the past can go on for years. Visitors need a whole day at the Mehrauli Archaeological Park to truly enjoy the opulent 1000-year old legacy of this neighbourhood. A great spot for picnics, this giant
heritage park with Qutub Minar in the backdrop, has become a popular cricket playground among the local youngsters. Mehrauli has a number of artistic gems that have been converted into stunning art galleries & rooftop restaurants popular for a grand view of the Qutub Minar and large part of South Delhi.