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Qutub Minar

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Open today: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Construction on this sandstone minaret was begun in 1192. Surrounded by other historical sites, it is the most popular monument in India. Miniature Souvenir is available at Luv Indiya, 12 B Janpath Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Qutb Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi 110030, India
Mehrauli/Qutub Minar
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 April 2006

The Qutab Minar site is located to the south of Delhi. The main focal point is a very large tower. This was the location of the first mosque in India. The tower and surrounding buildings were partly built using materials taken from several Hindu temples...More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 19 August 2013

When visiting Qutb Minar, there are several other interesting attractions that you can see within the Qutb Complex, including the Alai Darwaza - the main gateway into the complex built between 1296 and 1316AD, making it one of the very oldest remaining ancient gateways to...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What an amazing place to visit! It's a must see in Delhi. I visited with a tour guide which I would highly recommend this to understand the history and the story

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Reviewed yesterday

Another architectural gem of Delhi on an epic scale. The craftsmanship is breathtaking, grounds are beautiful and clean, and the history is fascinating. It's a bit out of the way of central Delhi, but it is an exceptional site and a great way to spend...More

Thank MrDfromSoCal
Reviewed 2 days ago

Surely a place to visit when you are in Delhi. You can click lot of good photos if you are a photography enthusiast. Its a clean place with washrooms available, not so convenient though. Please note that, there is no restaurant around it so plan...More

Thank Sandeep N
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Situated in a busy section, parking and getting to site was a challenge even with a hired driver. Inside, an easy stroll through paved walked to landmarks was accessible. Some minimal steps and uneven walkways are present. Access inside structures is not allowed. Plenty of...More

Thank jamesml2018
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great place absolutely beautiful and the people are really friendly. Definitely a place to check out on your trip :)

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One time visit can.be done but not worth after so big queue. Good to your school goers and childrens. Overall 2.5/5. Yet lot to see in Delhi. Next time..

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Qutub Minar is an ornate, 73m brick tower built in 1193 AD. This 12th-c. tower is built of intricately carved red sandstone bricks. There's a spiral staircase inside the tower, but visitors are no longer allowed to enter. There are regular evening sound & light...More

1  Thank mepushkarraj
Reviewed 2 days ago

You don't have to be an archaeologist to know what this place was hundreds of years ago. A close look at the site reveals pre islamic style of construction. It is a vandalized hindu temple site. nothing more!

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited this place today. Traffic was little heavy as it was a sunday but we found a place to park the car in the authorized parking which is around INR 10/- for first 4 hours. Buying tickets can be a big task as the...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We did this as part of a days guided tour. Strongly recommend you have a tour guide to explain things as it makes it much more interesting

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SpencerWhit
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Response from RavindraC87 | Reviewed this property |
You can spend around 2 hours. If has ancient Indian architecture as well as a non rusting iron pillar from the days of King Ashoka. There are other beautiful monuments but in dilapidated conditions. You may like the place... More
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Response from Mona A | Reviewed this property |
it is open everyday 7-5 no mention on their site for months closed .so i guess it’s open all year round ..i was there midday ..i would have had better shots had i been there earlier ..keep in mind you need at least a good... More
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