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ASI will campaign for 6 national monuments of Delhi

New Delhi : 6 National Monuments based in Delhi have been included in the Must-Sea Monuments Scheme by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). ASI will campaign for this that if you visit Delhi, then you must see these monuments. Apart from this, better facilities will be provided here for the convenience of tourists. These monuments include three world heritage monuments Lal Qila, Qutubimar and Humayun’s tomb, besides Khan-e-Khana’s tomb, Sultan Gari’s tomb and Tughlakabad fort.

Explain that ASI has identified 138 sites out of 3693 monuments in India as Must-Sea Monuments. It also includes 22 World Heritage Sites of ASI. ASI wants people to go to see the major monuments. Visit these monuments too. Accordingly, facilities are being developed here. Apart from drinking water, world class toilets are being provided. Apart from this, lighting is being arranged. So that tourists can admire them even at night. The tomb of Lal Qila, Qutub Minar and Humayun included in this plan are included in the list of World Heritage. There are better facilities here, but facilities are being developed in the remaining three monuments. These include Khan A Khana’s Tomb, Sultan Gari’s Tomb and Tughlaqabad Fort.

Sultan Gari’s tomb is the first example of an Islamic mausoleum in India except for the monuments of the Sultanate period. The inscriptions on the main entrance of the mausoleum reveal that Iltutmish, the ruler of the Ghulam dynasty, built it in 1231 on the remains of his elder son and heir Shahzade Nasiruddin Mahmud alias Muhammad Gari. It was only after Muhammad Gari died that Iltutmish declared Razia Sultana as his heir.

This fort located in South Delhi dates back to 1321 AD. Mubarak Shah was ruled at that time. This was the time when Mongols were very active. To avoid them, the governor of Punjab province, Ghazi Malik suggested to Mubarakshah to establish a capital by building a fort on the hill. At that time the capital was operated from Sirifort in Hauzkhas. Mubarak Shah made fun of him and refused to do so. But time has changed in such a way that after the death of Mubarak Shah, this same Ghazi Malik became the Sultan of Delhi and became known as Ghyasuddin Tughlaq. He built this fort with them.

The first tomb of a woman in the Mughal period is the tomb of Khan-e-Khana. Rahim’s full name was Abdurrahim Khan-e-Khana. It is believed that he built the tomb for his wife Mah Banu. This tomb was built in 1598. It was the first mausoleum built for a woman in the Mughal period. Rahim was also buried here in 1627. Several years later, the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in Agra in memory of his Begum Mumtaz Mahal.

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