Capture The Regal Architecture To Feed Your Shutterbug Soul At The Majestic Qutub Minar
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If there’s one monument that defines Delhi the best, it’s definitely the magnificent Qutub Minar. Tucked away in Mehrauli, this imperial minaret is a photographer’s delight and that exactly why we picked up our cameras and visited there to see the beauty it is!
Get, Set, Click! | Qutub Minar is a 73 metres high minaret with 5 stories. Each different storey narrates the history of its construction and contains a spiral staircase of 379 steps. It took almost 150 years to complete the striking structure and you can witness the Islamic culture blended with Hindu art, making this monument a masterpiece.
Each corridor is a treasure trove of history and intricate architecture that’ll surely feed the photographer in you. The majestic structure also makes for a gorgeous backdrop for all your social media posts, so get clickin’ and don’t forget to Gram it, folks!
So sling your DSLR over your shoulder and drop by for an enriching day out!
Where | Qutub Minar - Seth Sarai, Mehrauli
Timings | 7 AM - 5 PM
Entry | Rs 30 Onwards