Author: Swati Mitra
Editor: Swati Mitra / Sona Thakur / Sagarmoy Paul
Publisher: Archaelogical Survey of India
ISBN/UPC (if available): 818778007X
Specially commissioned photographs, architectural illustrations, extensive historical research and a focus on architectural details with an easy-to-follow site maps make this book a visual delight and an invaluable companion for anyone wishing to explore the Qutb and its environs.
Qutb Minar and Adjoining Monuments is the first in a series of travel guides being brought out by the Archaeological Survey of India with the aim of introduction the visitor to the World Heritage Monuments in India.
Extensive historical research and a focus on architectural details make this book an invaluable companion for anyone whishing to explore the Qutb and its environs. Apart from focusing on the many monuments within the Qutb complex, the guide also takes the traveler on a walk-through of Mehrauli, the only settlement in modern Delhi to have been continuously inhabited for more than a thousand years.
Also included is a comprehensive section of all the information a traveler needs to make his way to the site - from when to visit through to where to stay, from tourism offices to airlines offices.
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