Qutub Minar gets new parking lot, cafeteria, booking counters; Hindustan Times

The new parking space has been built opposite the main gate of the Qutub Minar complex at the same spot where the older one existed.

Source: Qutub Minar gets new parking lot, cafeteria, booking counters – delhi news – Hindustan Times

Freedom from parking hassles at Qutub Minar! Tourist to get new parking area, cloakroom, toilets soon; Financial Express

In line with an integrated development programme, the area surrounding Qutub Minar is getting a revamp.

Source: Freedom from parking hassles at Qutub Minar! Tourist to get new parking area, cloakroom, toilets soon

Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Footfall At Monuments in The Capital Of Delhi; NewsGram

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) may have announced free entry for women visitors at its protected monuments, reports say.

Source: Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Footfall At Monuments in The Capital Of Delhi | NewsGram

View of Qutub Minar, UNESCO World Heritage site in New Delhi; zyl; Xinhua

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A colourful, cosmic swirl; Tasfia Huda; Dhaka Tribune

Delhi, the capital city of India, may seem a little overwhelming for first-timers, with its tidal wave of heat, traffic, energy, and abundance of fun things to do. It is home to spellbinding mosques, forts, and monuments left over from the Mughal rulers that once occupied the city. There’s an immense contrast between the rambling Old Delhi and the well planned New Delhi, and you’re sure to have a wonderful time exploring both.

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Which Unesco World Heritage Site in Delhi Should You Visit This Winter?; Sahana Iyer; Outlook India

Explore Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and Red Fort Complex- the three Unesco World Heritage Sites of the capital…

Source: Which Unesco World Heritage Site in Delhi Should You Visit This Winter?

Know Your Monument: The resilience of Qutub Minar; Paromita Shastri; Indian Express

In the twelfth edition of this series on Indian monuments by Sahapedia, Paromita Shastri looks at the Qutub complex, which presents an amalgamation of several architectural styles in India-Persian, Arabic and Indian-that later came to be known as Indo-Saracenic. The famed Qutub Minar itself has braved natural calamities and disastrous preservation efforts to continue as one of India’s most identifiable monuments.

Source: Know Your Monument: The resilience of Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar drenched in 445 LED light points; Express News Service

The UNESCO World heritage site depicts a 73-metre tall tapering tower with five storeys, a 14.3 metres base diameter that reduces to 2.7 metres at the top of the peak.

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Indian UNESCO World Heritage Site Qutub Minar in a new light; Juergen T Steinmetz; eTurboNews

The Indian Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Prahalad Singh Patel on Saturday inaugurated the first-ever architectural LED illumination at the…

Source: Indian UNESCO World Heritage Site Qutub Minar in a new light | Buzz travel | eTurboNews |Travel News

7 of the Best Places to Visit in Delhi, India as a Wheelchair User; Cory Lee; Curb Free

From World Heritage Sites to the hustle and bustle of the city, I had a remarkable time as a wheelchair user. Here are the best places to visit in Delhi!

Source: 7 of the Best Places to Visit in Delhi, India as a Wheelchair User

Golden Triangle Tour Guide, India: Food, Stay, Things To Do; Cox & King

Planning the Golden Triangle tour in India? Here is the ultimate Golden Triangle tour guide that gives you all the important details and useful travel tips.

Source: Golden Triangle Tour Guide, India: Food, Stay, Things To Do

These Photo Contest Winners Celebrate Historic Sites Around the World; Jessica Stewart; My Modern Met

A look at the winning and shortlisted images from the 2018 Historic Photographer of the Year contest, which celebrates the beauty of cultural sites around the world from the Taj Mahal to the Red Sands Forts.

Source: These Photo Contest Winners Celebrate Historic Sites Around the World

Qutub Minar: Understanding the History and Architecture Before You Go; Rudy; Mapping Megan

With so much cultural heritage tied to one monument, it would be a shame to visit and not appreciate the story or history behind it. We’ve got you covered.

Source: Qutub Minar: Understanding the History and Architecture Before You Go

Mehrauli – Oldest Heritage Places To Visit In Delhi; Anuradha Goyal; Inditales

Visit Mehrauli – the oldest living quarter of Delhi, full of ruins that tell their own stories, ancient temples amidst chic boutiques and eateries.

Source: Mehrauli – Oldest Heritage Places To Visit In Delhi | Inditales

Qutub Minar: A Peak Into The Delhi Sultanate; Meenketan Jha; Outlook India

Catch a glimpse of the 12th-century Delhi Sultanate masterclass at this historic Qutub Minar. From the Iron Pillar of Delhi to Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, see the Qutub complex in all its entirety.

Source: Qutub Minar: A Peak Into The Delhi Sultanate

Delhi Darshan: A Glimpse of an Indulging City; Ashwini; Tour My India

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Qutub Minar awarded best monument for differently-abled; Times Travel

At the National Tourism Awards held in Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, Qutub Minar begged an award for being the best monument for differently-abled, while Ahmedabad and Mandu were jointly declared the ‘Best Heritage City’ in the country. These awards were presented by Union Tourism Minister K.J Alphons.

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Tourism Awards: Ahmedabad best heritage city, Qutub Minar best monument for differently-abled; PTI

UNESCO World Heritage City Ahmedabad and Mandu were Thursday jointly declared as the ‘Best Heritage City’, while Qutub Minar bagged the top award in the differently-abled friendly monument category at the National Tourism Awards here.

Source: Tourism Awards: Ahmedabad best heritage city, Qutub Minar best monument for differently-abled

Delhi’s Qutub Minar: The Complete Guide; Sharell Cook; Trip Savvy

This complete guide to Delhi’s Qutub Minar reveals the mysteries surrounding it, how to visit it, and what else to do nearby.

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Qutub Minar’s 50-year-old doors, windows to be replaced by July end: ASI; PTI

Bat poop and bird droppings are spelling nightmare for the centuries-old Qutub Minar in Delhi, following which the ASI has started work on replacing its old wooden doors and windows, a senior…

Source: Qutub Minar’s 50-year-old doors, windows to be replaced by July end: ASI