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India - Qutub Minar

website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Spot the parakeet sitting on the left on monument for scale. Qutub Minar is the tallest minaret in Delhi, India, originally an ancient Islamic Monument, inscribed with Arabic inscriptions and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site Located in Delhi. Source : Wikipedia Photographer: Chetan Karkhanis photos.sandeepachetan.com in association with TravelMag.com If you want to use this photo free of charge, please link to www.travelmag.com

Qutub Minar inscriptions, Delhi Silence Is Golden, The Eighth Day, Incredible India, Monument Valley, Greece, Travel Photography, The Incredibles, World, Delhi India

India - Qutub Minar

website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Spot the parakeet sitting on the left on monument for scale. Qutub Minar is the tallest minaret in Delhi, India, originally an ancient Islamic Monument, inscribed with Arabic inscriptions and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site Located in Delhi. Source : Wikipedia Photographer: Chetan Karkhanis photos.sandeepachetan.com in association with TravelMag.com If you want to use this photo free of charge, please link to www.travelmag.com

File:Intricate carving on the interior walls of Iltutmish's Mausoleum.

Wall of Iltutmish Tomb, UNESCO Word Heritage Site

Website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Shams-ud-din Iltutmish (Hindi: अलतामश/AlTaMash/Iltutmish) (r. 1211–1236) was the third ruler of the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi of Turkic origin. He was a slave of Qutb-ud-din Aibak and later became his son-in-law and close lieutenant. He was the Governor of Badaun when he deposed Qutub-ud-din's successor Aram Shah and acceeded to the throne of the Delhi Sultanate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Jali or Jaali (perforated stone or latticed screen) Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Ahmedabad

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The Lukshmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara, Gujurat, still home to the present generation of the Gaekwad family, who ruled the city earlier. It is built in four different styles of architecture,. India Travel, Beautiful Paintings, Mosque, More Photos, Big Ben, Barcelona Cathedral, The Good Place, Travel Photography, Louvre

Lakshmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara

website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter The Lukshmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara, Gujurat, still home to the present generation of the Gaekwad family, who ruled the city earlier. It is built in four different styles of architecture, representing a mosque, a church, a temple and a gurudwara (from the left to the right). The palace is tastefully lavish from the inside. Its still reflects the patronage the various forms of arts received from the king, Maharaja Sayajirao. The family has opened up the…