Qutub Minar, New Delhi, India on a cloudy spring day ~ What do you do when visiting a monument or place (a beautiful one nonetheless) for the 100th time ? When you are already familiar with the layout, the structure, the gardens of the destination ? Well, I tend to look and re-look into the details and manage to find something new in a familiar place. 

Qutub Minar – A perspective

Qutub Minar against the spring sky

I have grown up with Qutub Minar, literally, having visited it first time as a toddler from Playschool and then coming here many times during school years, college time and with the visiting family members (like today). While I have aged, this beautiful monument looks the same, reminding me of my own fragility as a human.

Carvings at Qutub Minar complex

Qutub Minar, at 73 metres, is world’s tallest rubble masonry minaret. Qutb Minar, along with the ancient and medieval monuments surrounding it, form the Qutb complex, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tower is located in New Delhi.

Qutub Minar
Sculptures at Qutub Minar complex

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