Qutub Captured

On one fine lazy, raining Sunday morning when the entire city of Delhi seemed to be sleeping cozily in their bed, I just walked out and decided to visit Qutub Minar, this time not so much for the sake of knowing the history but for clicking the monument.

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The famous Qutub Minar shot found on every photographers’ album and on the cover of all Qutub Minar books

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I was mighty proud after taking this photo since the walls in front between which the Minar is captured us hardly one fourth the size(assumed) of the minar, I laid on the floor trying to get the perfect click while an elderly couple kept on staring at me amazed

 

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Support System

 

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Rain Kissed Monument

 

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Reflection

 

 

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Ruins of Hindu Temple in the Qutub Complex

 

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