Delhi, its monuments and history
Oxford University Press, 1994 - History - 177 pages
Long recognized as one of the best historical guides to Delhi, this book is being reissued and newly updated. Gupta and Sykes revisited the sites and their notes and annotations record how Delhi has changed dramatically over the last half century. Thirteen site maps, a chronological chart, a glossary and an exhaustive bibliography have been included to offer a new generation of readers a compact and up-to-date guide in their exploration and rediscovery of Delhi.
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Additional Notes Adham Khan Agra Akbar Alauddin arch architect architecture Asoka Atgah Aurangzeb Babur Badarpur Bahadur Shah beautiful Begum Bhavan Bijay Mandal British buildings built called canal carving centre century Chandni Chowk chhattris city of Delhi Darwaza dome emperor empire enclosure Firoz Shah Kotla garden Gate gateway Gumbad Hall Hardinge Hauz Khas Hindu Humayun's tomb Iltutmish India inscription Jama Masjid Jumna Khan Khan's tomb Khana Khilji Khusrau king Lal Kot later Lodi look Lord Lutyens madarsa Mahal Mandal Marathas marble Marg Mehrauli Metcalfe miles minaret Mohammed Shah Mohammed Tughlaq Mongols monuments mosque Moth-ki-Masjid Muslim Nizamuddin Nizamuddin Auliya palace pavilion Persian pillar Purana Qila Qutb Minar Qutb road Qutbuddin Ridge round rulers Safdarjang's tomb Samrat Yantra Sayyid Shah Alam Shah's Shahjahan Shahjahanabad Sher Shah shrine side Siri Spear stone Sultan Suraj Kund tank throne Timur tower Tughlaqabad Viceroy's House village walk walls Willingdon Yantra