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my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
my delhi by vishal chandhok
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  • 3. History of Delhi Delhi is generally considered a close to 5000-year old city, as per Ancient Indian text The Mahabharata, since the first ever mention of the city is found in this religious scripture. Therefore, except the scripture and some related heritage like theYogmaya Temple, archaeological evidences to book the city's Ancient history are as good as naught . As a result, Delhi's Ancient history finds no records and this period may be regarded as the lost period of its history. Extensive coverage of Delhi's history begins with the onset of the Delhi Sultanate in the 12th century. Since then, Delhi had been the seat of Islamic and British rulers until India's independence in 1947. next
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  • 5. India Gate The India Gate stands in the memory of 90,000 soldiers, who sacrificed their life in the First World War. The names of the soldiers are inscribed on the walls of the gate and an eternal flame burns in the memory of the jawans. It also serves as a gateway to the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Next
  • 6. Qutub Minar This Delhi Monument is the highest tower in India made of stone. The stone pillar was built by Qutab-ud- Din Aibak when he ascended the throne of Delhi during the era of Delhi Sultanate. He established the slave dynasty. The Minar is 72.5 meters is divided into five storeys. Next
  • 7. Red Fort The Red Fort stands sin Old Delhi and speaks of Emperor Shah Jahan's initiative of constricting the Mughal power within the monument. For this he built a mini city within the fort bounded by high walls. The fort stands on a circumference of 2.2. Kilometers. The fort has a Naqqar Khana or the drum room, the Diwan-e- Am or the Hall of public. There is also the Mumtaz Mahal, Khas Mahal, Diwan-e- Khas, Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal, Hammam or the bathing area and Shah Burj. next
  • 8. Purana Quila : The Purana Qila was built by Emperor Humayun and was named as Dinpanah or the Refuge of the Faithful. The inner fort of the city is known as Purana Qila and has three gates namely the Humayun Darwaza, Bara Datrwaza and the Talaqi Darwaza. Next
  • 9. Famous markets of delhi Next
  • 10. Karol Bagh Next
  • 11. Cannaught Place next
  • 12. Rajouri Garden Next
  • 13. Khan Market Next
  • 14. Common wealth games 2010 The 2010 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XIX Commonwealth Games, were held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. A total of 6,081 athletes from 71 Commonwealth nations and dependencies competed in 21 sports and 272 events, making it the largest Commonwealth Games to date. It was also the largest international multi-sport event to be staged in Delhi and India, eclipsing the Asian Games in 1951 and 1982. The opening and closing ceremonies were held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the main stadium of the event Next
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  • 16. THE END

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