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Introduction

Delhi

If you’re abroad and think India is too vast to explore, think North India. Zero in on New Delhi, the most favoured political capital of several history-defining monarchs. Welcome to Delhi, the first stop on the Golden Triangle tour . As the tour guide takes you through the historic city, one realises that there's place for architecture. tombs, forts, temples and even wildlife. A whirlwind tour of the national capital takes you through its numerous monuments, architectural enterprises and exposes you to the rich background of a city whose history has been shaped by an imperial power, whose culture has been preserved by indigenous traders, whose religion has been embodied in impressive architecture. Soak in the Delhi experience.....


When to travel

The Delhi summer is scorching so make sure that the trip is made during the pleasant part of the year which is after September. The Delhi winter lasts from November to mid/late February.


How to get there

Delhi is easily accessible by air , with the Indira Gandhi International Airport and its domestic airport. Delhi is well -connected by rail with all the cities across India. Road trips to Delhi are possible from nearby Rajasthan, Agra, Etc.


Dussehra Festival, DelhiFairs and Festivals

Delhi's festival year begins with the harvest festival of Lohri .January is also marked by the Republic Day parade that is an absolute do-not-miss. A celebration of our cultural diversity ,the grand parade showcases the best from cultural India. Makar Sankranti and Lohri are other major festivals celebrated in Delhi. Besides, flower show, Garden festival, Suraj Kund crafts mela etc. are some of the festivals celebrated in the winters of Delhi. Holi the festival of colours is another major festival, which is celebrated at the onset of spring.
Janamashtami, Navratri, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Diwali etc. are some of the other important fairs Accommodation in Delhi is available from mid-segment rates to luxury class rates .There are a variety of hotels so make your reservations accordingly.

Shopping Prospects

Delhi presents exciting shopping prospects. For starters, Connaught Place , named after the Duke of Connaught brings to you high-quality branded wear, fast food joints and pavement accessory shops .One also may explore national emporia, electronic goods ,ect. Chandni Chowk and Greater Kailash are other shopping destinations.


Lutyens/ Imperial Delhi

The imperial past of Delhi has several manifestations across its cityscape. Several buildings-cum-monuments designed by Lutyens, a British Officer have become prominent landmarks of the city in course of time.
Lutyens' Delhi is an area in Delhi, named after the leading British architect Edwin Lutyens. He was chiefly responsible for much of the architectural design when India was part of the British Empire. Lutyens formulated the central administrative plan of the city. At the heart of the city lies the impressive President House (Rashtrapathi Bhawan), formerly known as the Viceroy's House, located on the top of Raisina Hill . The Rajpath, also known as King's Way, connects India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhawan ,The Secretariat which house various ministries of the Government of India, are beside the Rashtrapati Bhawan and were designed by Herbert Baker. Also designed by Baker was the Parliament House, and is located on the Sansad Marg, running parallel to the Rajpath. Other architects designed other buildings such as the Anglican and Catholic cathedrals. But the Lutyen structures in particular have come to represent reminders of Delhi's imperial past.

Akshardham Temple

Take a drive along the Yamuna river in Delhi and you will be struck by the sight of the staggeringly grandiose structure of the Akshardham Temple. One then realises why the Akshardham temple is integral to any Delhi tour itinerary. It was constructed under the aegis of the Bochasanvasi Aksharpurushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS)and inaugurated in 2005 by its leader Pramush Swamimaharaj, leader of the Swaminarayan sect. The Akshardham Temple, Delhiconstruction cost of this magnificent temple amounted to a whopping 2 million. The start attraction of the temple is a 141 ft high statue of Swaminarayan surrounded by Gurus of the Swaminarayan sect. An IMAX theatre, a musical fountain add glitter to the Akshardham experience. Over 20,000 statues, exquisitely carved pillars and floral motifs are part of this architectural wonder. It has been designed in accordance with ancient Vedic texts. It has been constructed of pink Rajasthani sandstone and Italian marble. Hall one features the worlds smallest animatronic robot in Ghanshyam Maharaj, the child version of Swaminarayan. Evening boat rides around an artificial river complete the Akshardham experience. The Yagnapurush Kund , is another feature -it is India’s largest step well from which springs a musical fountain .It is little wonder that this temple occupies pride of place in the Guinness Book of World Records as the Worlds Largest Comprehensive Hindu temple .The temple is also complemented by the beautifully manicured lawns that are part of the Bharat Upvan or the Garden of India.

Lotus Temple

The Lotus temple, otherwise referred to as the Bahai Mashrqul 'adhkar is among the seven major Bahai houses of worship in the world .It is also reputed to be among the most visited edifices in India. The temple derives its shape from the ancient symbol of the half-open lotus that signifies beauty and simplicity .The structure has been hailed as an engineering marvel and won many awards at the international level. The Lotus temple is well-known as it was the focus of media attention, both international and national even before its completion. The Lotus Temple, Delhiprayer hall lends serenity to the lotus temple experience. Idols are absent in this marble construction .It best represents the Bahai faith-an independent religion that is all-embracing and humanitarian. Its construction is a landmark in Bahai history. It has drawn over 50 million visitors from across the world. The structure of the House is composed of nine petals. The first two ranks curve inward, embracing the inner dome; the third layer curves outward to form canopies over the nine entrances. The petals, made of white concrete , are clad in white marble panels, bearing in mind geometrical principles. Nine reflecting pools surround the building on the outside, their form suggesting the green leaves of the lotus flower. The geometry of the design reveals no straight lines and erecting the framework presented numerous challenges. It covers an expanse of 26 acres of land and is close to the ancient Kalakaji temple, it stands as an important architectural symbol of the cityscape.

Qutub Minar

This impressive 13th century structure ,made of red sandstone material is an architectural marvel. The first storey was constructed by Qutubudin Aibak for calls for prayer after which 3 more storeys were added by Qutub Minar, DelhiIltutmish. The Qutub Minar is 72.5 meteres high and is the highest stone tower in India. Its surface is covered with verses from the Quran. Intricate calligraphy work adorns the adjacent structures. Each storey has a projecting balcony. The complex presents a series of other important monuments- the gateway built in 1310, the Alai Darwaza, Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, one of the oldest existing mosques in India, the tombs of Altamish, Alauddin Khalji and Imam Zamin; the 2000 year old 7m high Iron Pillar- the Alai Minar; another tower 27m high, the Madrasa or School .Islamic decorations characterize the monuments at regular intervals The minar has survived a series of lightening bolts and earthquakes during the past centuries, perhaps this is why it tilts slightly. The fourth and the fifth storeys made of sandsone and marble. A chattri at the top of the tower was taken off as it did not go with the rest of the architectural style. It is among the finest Islamic structures ever raised in India. Next to the Qutub Minar is a smaller tower called the Ashoka tower and it is believed that if you can hold your hands around the pillar with your back to it and make a wish, it will come true.

Red Fort

Come 15 August and the Red Fort becomes the centre of attention. The Prime Minister prepares to address the nation against the backdrop of the historic Red Fort.

The Lal Qila was designated as the palace for Shah Jahan' new capital Shahjhanabad. It is an imposing red sandtone construction of eight sides. It served as the British head quarters during the Sepoy mutiny .The key features of the palace are the zenanas( women's quarters:), the Mumtaz Mahal (now a museum), and the larger, Red Fort, Delhilavish Rang Mahal, which has been remarked decorated ceiling and marble pool. Yet another feature is the Khas Mahal that ,true to its name, contains the imperial chambers. These include a row of suites, prayer rooms, and the Mussaman Burj, a tower built against the fortress walls, from which the emperor would show himself to the people in a daily ceremony.

The next pavilion is the famous Diwan-i-Khas, the lavishly decorated hall of private audience, primarily for ministerial and court gatherings. The art work is floral pietra dura patterns on the columns of the structures, with precious stones and gilding. Another pavilion contains the hammam, or baths, in the Turkish style. Look Westwards and one finds a pretty little structure that is pleasing to the eye-the Moti Masjid, the Pearl Mosque. This was a later addition, built in 1659 as a private mosque for Aurangzeb. It is a small, three-domed mosque in carved white marble. The Hayat Bakhsh Bagh, is a large 'Life-Bestowing Garden', which is watered by two channels of water.

Jama Masjid

The largest mosque in India , the Jama Masjid, combines the best of Hindu and Islamic styles of architecture. Jama Masjid was designed as the main mosque of Shahjahan in 1656. The mosque has three gateways, four towers and two minarets. It is constructed with alternate use of vertical strips of red sandstone and white marble Jama Masjid, Delhiand the architect has successfully brought out the contrast. The white marble has been used extensively in the three domes and has been alternated with stripes of black. The structure was built on a high platform so that it would be visible from all the neighboring areas. The main prayer hall is decorated by a series of high cusped arches. Pillars have been provided at regular intervals to lend support to the dome. The hallmarks of this famous mosque are the wide staircases and arched gateways. The premises of the south minaret are 1076 sq ft wide where the people assemble for the namaaz. The cost for building the mosque was approximately Rupees 10 crores. It is a replica of the Moti Masjid at Red Fort in Agra. The walls of the mosque were constructed at a certain angle so that at the time of an earthquake, the walls do not collapse in the courtyard but outwards.

Raj Ghat

Raj Ghat is a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, hailed as one of the greatest freedom fighters of all time. It is a simple black marble platform that marks the spot of his cremation on 31 January 1948. An eternal flame burns near the platform located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi. A stone footpath surrounded by lawns leads to the enclosure that houses the memorial. Two museums , in tribute of Gandhi are located near by. The memorial bears the epitaph Hē Ram, (meaning 'O' Ram', but also translated to 'O God.)These were the last Raj Ghat, Delhiwords uttered by Gandhi.. As a sign of respect, visitors are required to remove footwear before approaching the memorial. A commemorative ceremony is held every Friday, to mark the day Gandhi died. Prayer sessions are held at the Raj Ghat on Gandhi's birth and death anniversaries.
Raj Ghat loosely translates to King Court. Several other samadhis or cremation spots of other famous leaders can be found in the vicinity of Raj Ghat on the banks of the Yamuna. It is customary for foreign dignitaries visiting India to pay homage to Gandhi at the Raj Ghat by laying wreaths on the platform.

Purana Qila

The Purana Qila or the Old Fort has three main gates - the Humayun Darwaza, Talaqi Darwaza and the Bada Drawaza. The double-storied gates are massive and are built with red sandstone. The northern gate is the Talawi Darwaza from which entry is forbidden. Incidentally, Humayun was probably the only emperor in history Purana Qila, Delhiwho built a city in Delhi and did not give it his own name One of the most fascinating buildings in the Purana Qila complex is the Qila-i-kuhna Masjid. The mosque built by Sher Shah Suri in 1541 has a prayer hall with five doorways with true horseshoe-shaped arches. The original plan was to construct the mosque entirely in marble, but short supply forced the architect to use red sandstone instead A spectacular construction resulted - the red sandstone and the marble contrast beautifully with each other to give the mosque a very distinctive air. The mihrabs or prayer zones inside the mosque are richly decorated with concentric arches.

Zoo

If you're a tourist who needs a break from monuments-seeing , head for the Delhi Zoo. The parks on its premises offer good space for a family picnic so the Zoo is a good bet. A stones throw from the Purana Qila is the National Zoological Park or the Delhi Zoo.
Among the largest zoos in Asia ,it spans a massive area of 214 acres and is home to more than 2000 species of animals and birds from Africa, America, Australia and Asia. The Zoo was set up in 1959. It doubles up as a popular picnic spot. The Zoo provides open-roofed mobile vans available at affordable charges for intra-zoo Jaguar at Zoo, Delhitransport and is the best option for tourists to beat Delhi's harsh summer spells.
Hippopotamus, Spider monkey, African Wild Buffalo, the Gir Lion and Zebras, the water animals and birds such as Macaque, Banteng, Emu, Hyenas, Axis deer, Fallow deer, Peafowl, Hog Dear and the Jaguar. The underground Reptile Home complex displays a wide array of snakes such as King Cobra and Pythons. Besides these, there are more than 200 varieties of trees here including the hanging deep yellow Alamtas hedges, the drought resistant Lahura trees and the native Delhi bistendu. For the Wildlife enthusiasts its probably the first on their itinerary!

Chandni Chowk

Spice seller, DelhiNestled comfortably in Old Delhi is a bustling shopping square called Chandni Chowk. Also known as the moonlit square, the bazaar has several galis (lanes). Each of these lanes represent a speciality of this market, for example the parathawali gali is well-known for its parathas. Similarly there is the jewellery lane that has a a variety of ethnic jewellery on display with earrings and bangles coming in a myriad of designs. The textile lane is another addition to the shopping experience. .Chandni Chowk has the distinction of being perhaps the only trade market that also houses an equally amazing number of places of worship of all the prominent Indian religions. Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity and Jainism exist side by sides in the 2 km for there are gurudwaras, temples, mosques and a church in the stretch between Fatehpur Masjid to Red Fort alone. The eating joints in Chandni Chowk are an absolute delight for lovers of chaat, bhelpuri and golgappas come at their best. Walk along Churi Bazaar and one soon realises how the largest trading centre in North India came to be.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, DelhiScience buffs-make a beeline to Jantar Mantar ,a well known observatory that was built in the year 1724. Situated near Connaught Place, New Delhi Jantar Mantar counts amongst the numerous astronomical observatories erected by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur. Similar observatories may be seen in Jaipur, Varanasi, Ujjain and Mathura. It basically comprises the instruments that were used for keeping track of celestial bodies. Jai Singh, after finding the existing astronomical instruments too small to take correct measurements, built these larger and more accurate instruments. Yantra mean instruments and Mantra meaning formulae-hence the term Jantar Mantar.

Humayuns Tomb

Red sandstone and strips of black and white marble come together to present to you Humayuns tomb. It is a shining example of Mughal architecture in its true sense with high arches and a double dome, which makes it Humayun, Delhithe first of its kind in Indian architecture.. The first garden tomb in India, it encompasses the main tomb of the Emperor Humayun as well as numerous others. The mausoleum resembles the magnificent Taj at Agra in terms of architectural style. The tomb of Humayun was built following the orders of Hamida Banu Begum, his Persian wife. The tomb is surrounded by lush gardens intersected by watercourses. . The mausoleum also houses the graves of Hamida Begum, Akbar's mother; Dara Shikoh, Shah Jahan's son and Bahadur Shah II, the last Mughal Emperor. The Humayun's Tomb is a protected monument under the ownership of Archaeological Survey of India. Efforts are being made by the Aga Khan trust to preserve the tomb in its pristine glory. The complex has been declared a World Heritage Site.

Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah

The famous shrine is dedicated to the famous Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, who spearheaded the Chisti order of Sufism in India. Years after his death in 1325, a rich merchant built the structure and it was then Hazrat Nizamuddin dargah, Delhirenovated by Firoz Shah Tughluq .Tombs of many other people surround the dargah. It includes that of the renowned poet Amir Khusrau and Shah Jahan's daughter Jahanara. Hazrat Nizmuddin had a large following which included names like Alauddin Khilji, Amir Khusrau, Mohammed bin Tughluq. The emperors during their royal processions halted at the tomb to pay their respect to the saint. The tomb consists of an ornate square chamber surrounded by lawns. The beautiful domes are punctuated by black marble stripes while a lotus occupies the centre of the dome. The mausoleum has a prayer hall called the Jamaat-e- Khaana. The saint was well-known for his spirit of tolerance and this is probably why it drawn numerous pilgrims everyday. Qawali music and incense sticks add to the Dargah experience.

Lodhi Garden

Established in the 15th-16th century by the Sayyids and Lodis, the vast grounds of Lodi Garden of the Delhi city of India have become a walkers delight.The several tombs situated in the garden belong to the Lodi and Sayyid Era and include Muhammad Shah's Tomb and Sikander Lodi's tomb The Gumbad tomb is built in the usual square pattern, with a 'double-storied' appearance, has plasterwork, with floral patterns and Quranic inscriptions on its Lodi Tomb, Delhiceiling . One can still see the traces of the blue tiles that once adorned it and gave it the name of 'Glazed dome'. There are several graves inside it. Sikandar Lodi's Tomb is built in the octagonal pattern, similar to Muhammad Shah's tomb. The chhatris over its roof have been defaced..

Another interesting construction here is the 'Athpula' Bridge, built by Nawab Bahadur in the 16th century, during Akbar's reign. This bridge is called Athpula (eight bridge), as it rests on eight piers, forming seven arches. Besides these tombs, one can also visit the National Bonsai Park developed here, which has a delightful collection of miniature versions of several trees and plants. They look beautiful at sunset under soft light. Originally known as the Lady Willington Park, it was renamed Lodi Garden after Indian Independence in 1947.

Pragati Maidan

Pragati Maidan is the countrys’ biggest exhibition complex. The name of the complex is synonymous with development and plays hosts to mega events such as the Book Fair and several trade festivals. This massive complex is the venue of the annual India International Trade Fair usually held in November. It has permanent Paragati Maidan, Delhibuildings for pavilion of all the states of the country. Many business and industrial organisations from all over the world participate in these fairs, fostering industrial collaboration . Exhibitions have focused on a range of products that are of domestic and international value. These refer to household consumer goods and home appliances, garments, shoes, children's ware, handicraft and gift items to power generation, as well as technology and equipment related to petrochemicals, oil and gas industries, hospital and medical equipment, machinery and machine tools related to different industries, agricultural products and engineering goods. It also houses the Crafts Museum, which is having collections of 20,000 specimens of weaving products, metal products - wooden products- earthen moulds, images and artifice. The state pavilions are a must visit to witness the variance of various Indian states at one place. The Crafts Museum is a star attraction

President House

Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India, is located at the west end of Rajpath and President's House, Delhifaces another historical monument called the India Gate. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and completed in 1929 . It was formerly called the Viceregal Lodge during British Rule and is integral to the imperial landscape of Delhi. It stands majestically on the Raisina Hill. The Viceroys House was renamed Government

House post independence and then rechristened Rashtrapati Bhawan when India attained the status of a Republic. It represents a fusion of Mughal and European architectural styles. The massive dome completes the regal look. The Ashoka hall, formerly the State Ball Room is now used for formal gatherings such as accepting credentials from foreign diplomats, swearing in ceremonies of ministers etc. The hall has a painted ceiling and several chandeliers with a beautiful view of the Mughal gardens through its windows.

India Gate

India Gate, DelhiIf you're travelling in Delhi post sunset and you're around the Rajpath area, take a drive around India Gate, a resplendent structure that is integral to the citys’ illumination plans. Also known as the War Memorial, it was constructed in memory of the soldiers who fought World War I and the Afghan war. The shrine itself is a black marble cenotaph with a rifle placed on its barrel, crested by a soldier's helmet .Burning under the arch of the structure is an eternal flame in tribute to the immortal warrior (Amar Jawan). It was unveiled by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in the wake of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Today, it is customary for the President and the Prime Minister, as well as visiting Guests of State, to pay homage at the site on occasions of State ceremonies.

Parliament House

No trip to Delhi would be complete without visiting the National Parliament, the symbol of the worlds largest Parliament House, Delhifunctioning democracy .It was primarily by virtue of the Montagu-Chelmsford reforms of 1919, that the Parliament House materialised. Earlier called the Circular House, it was added to the layout at a later stage following the reforms which created a large Legislative Assembly. This construction is the brainchild of Herbert Baker and was much criticized ,in comparison with Lutyens creations. The building comprises three semicircular chambers for the Legislatures and a Central Library that is completed by a dome. It is 173m in diameter and covers 2.02 hectares in area. The three semi-circular areas were designed for the Chamber of Princes, the Council of State and the Legislative Assembly. Today they house the chambers of the Lok Sabha (House of the People), Rajya Sabha (Upper House) and the Library.


National Museum

Lovers of art and history-do not skip the National Museum, an impressive repository of art, crafts , manuscripts National Museum, Delhiand data that bear testimony to over 5,000 years of culture. The museum is home to several galleries, the dominant themes being Harappan civilization, South Indian school of paintings, Buddhist Art and Architecture, Indian miniature paintings and the evolution of Indian script and coinage systems. The Museum experience provides a comprehensive picture of how important components of Indian culture came to be .The Museum trip must therefore not be underestimated. The Buddha Gallery showcases a series of relics from the Buddha age.

The Harappan age section offers valuable insights into the ancient Indus Valley civilization, what with its seals, pottery remains, jewellery, terracotta figurines and weights and measures. A plethora of sculptures from various ages and dynasties constitute the collection of artwork that completes the display at the National Museum. Integrate it into your schedule, you will be surprised at how much you unearth at the Museum.

Crafts Museum

Consider a trip to Pragati Maidan to know more about cottage industry. The artefacts of the Crafts Museum was showcased to keep alive the interests of craftsmen who were increasingly losing touch with their own traditions in terms of materials, techniques, designs and aesthetics of their arts and crafts due to the sudden shifts Craft Museum, Delhicaused by modern industrialization and technology . The large collection of 20,000 items of folk and tribal arts, crafts and textiles constitutes the Crafts Museum that are part of the Pragati Maidan. Charles Correa, the architect, had to satisfy the dual goals of providing a pucca building for safe preservation and display of the rare art objects, without letting the building overshadow the indigenous objects collected from village homes.
Consequently the low-lying building has old carved wooden doors and windows from Gujarat and Rajasthan, central courtyards housing champa trees, tulsi shrines . An imposing temple-car is also part of the several objects on display, in an effort that marks cultural revivalism. Galleries of arts and crafts, and traditional Indian textiles reflect the skill of the workers.


ISKCON Temple

The ISKCON temple in Delhi is a red and yellow sandstone construction that represents efforts to spread Krishna Consciousness across the world. The star attraction of the temple is a pretty Radha-Krishna idol. The temple museum has various models depicting Vedic tradition and culture including clothes, games, cuisines etc ISKCON Temple, Delhiof the age. The state of art Audio-Visual hall on the other hand organizes multimedia shows to make the devotees convey the message of the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata .ISKCON temple is the place to be on Janmashtmi, that marks the birthday of Krishna. The Audio-Visual hall also provides an insight into the philosophy and practice of the Hare Krishna cult. .The society has over 40 temples in India. The Iskcon temple is located near the Lotus temple. The iskcon temple is also well-known for its prasad(HOLY FOOD) that is usually offered at the end of every worship session in the evenings. So for those who are interested in the life of Krishna , make your way to the ISKCON temple and pick up a copy of the Gita.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

The Laxmi Narayan Temple built by B.D. Birla is a modern Hindu temple dedicated to Laxmi (goddess of wealth) and Narayan (the preserver). It was inaugurated by Gandhi with the stipulation that it should be open to all, irrespective of caste and creed .The temple was completed in 1939 and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. Laxmi Narayan temple, DelhiThe reach of the temple is international.
The Geeta Bhavan is a hall that exhibits beautiful paintings , the dominant theme being Indian mythology. Another temple is dedicated to Buddha, with paintings revealing reflecting his life . The entire complex, especially the walls and the upper gallery are full of art work by artists from Jaipur in Rajasthan. The rear of the temple has been developed as an artificial mountainous landscape with fountains and waterfalls.
This is one of the landmarks in the nation's capital New Delhi. It was built in the 20th century by the Birla family of industrialists known for its many other temples in India. It is modern in concept and construction.
Durga and Shiva are the other major deities that are worshipped in this temple.

Tuglakabad Fort

For those lovers of history who would like to explore the past of Delhi, do not miss the historic Tughlakabad fort . The Mongols were on a rampage in central Asia and Delhi emerged as the target of several invasions as it Tuglakabad fort, Delhirepresented wealth and prosperity. They were clamping down heavily on the Northwestern boarder of the Sultanate and the outposts were no match for the invaders. The fort Tughlakabad thus came to be. The red stone fort was commissioned by Tughlaq emperor, Sultan Giyas-ud-Din Tughlaq in the year 1321 and was completed in the year 1325 .Historical analysis would reveal that imminent political threat forced Tughlaq to build this fort in a remarkably short span of time. A raised platform was chosen for its construction, specifically for defence purposes.. The fort was empowered with massive ramparts and bastions, primarily to check the Mongol advancement. The height of rampart varies from 15 to 30 meters from its base itself. The thickness of the walls is a defining feature of the fort, ranging from 15-20 ft to even 35 feet in some places. Once an intimidating structure, it was truly indicative of the might and grandeur of the Sultanate.

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