The Evening Glory of Qutub Minar

We have visited historical monuments during day time. Ever imagined how do they look after dark? Well, they turn marvelous and through this post we hereby treat your senses to the evening glory of Qutub Minar.

The ministry of tourism and culture, have taken several initiatives in the past to promote tourism in India. Since monuments draw a large chunk of tourists every day, the latest initiative includes extending the visiting hours till 9 pm. Delhi has extended the timings for Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Safdarjung Tomb.

Here is the glittering Qutub Minar in evening:

The towering minar
Standing tall
Standing tall
The glitter of Qutub Minar
Half glitter: Incomplete Alaai Minar
Still beautiful ruins of Qutub premises
Standing tall
The extravagant corridor
A distant view of Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar bathed in dim light

7 thoughts on “The Evening Glory of Qutub Minar

  1. If you’re in Delhi, Qutub Minar is something you must visit. I remember visting and shoot short films with my friends back in 2017, everything feels so nostalgic seeing the photos.

    1. Qutub Minar is like Agra’s Taj Mahal, a place that many often want to visit. The tourism dept has initiated lighting up the premises. It looks ravishing. Thanks for reading!

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