To wonder at the magnificence of the Qutub Minar under the night sky, Bonny Kusari has organised a heritage walk on the evening of April 16. Qutub Minar, which was constructed in 1192 by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, is a victory tower with a height of 72.5 meters.
He constructed the basement after which the construction was taken over by his successor Iltutmish who built three additional stories. The fourth and fifth stories were built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq. In this walk, Kusari will discuss every monument and dynasty in detail.
What are the monuments that will be covered during the walk
– Qutub Minar
– Iron Pillar
– Quwwat-ul Islam Mosque
– Alai Minar
– Alai Darwaza
– Iltutmish’s Tomb
– Late Mughal Garden and Sarai’n
The walk will last for around three hours. The medium of communication will be Hindi.
Meeting point – Entry Gate (Inside Monument)
Charges: Rs 450 per person(Monument Tickets Included). Students of 15 Years or below are free from the charges.
Essentials: proper walking shoes; avoid plastic waste and carry water bottles; food items are not allowed in the complex.
Attendees will receive monument tickets one day before the walk and are required to carry them for entry.
How to reach: The nearest metro station is Qutub Minar (Yellow Line). Public buses and cabs are also an option. Qutub Minar has an Adequate Parking space near the ticket Counter for those in their vehicles.
When: 4:30 PM – 7:30PM; April 16
Where: Qutub Minar