Moslimdaily – The capital of Hindustani country is known as the second most populoi city in the world. It has a population of about 25 million. Delhi, formerly known as Dilli, is known as a city once ruled by various Kingdoms and Empires.
The heritage of the historical building is still standing today and is included in the UNESCO heritage list. Much of the relics of mughal imperial-era Islamic civilization seem to dominate.
For centuries, the Indian subcontinent became the seat of power of the Mughal empire. Relics of Islamic civilization ranging from mosques, palaces, minarets to tombs are all in the city of Delhi.
Even the first mosque built in India is in this city. Here are seven Islamic Civilizations in Delhi City.
Qutub Minar in Delhi
The entry of the Islamic Dynasty in Delhi began with sultan Qutab-Ud-Din Aibak’s victory over the Hindu king in Delhi, capital of India in the 11th century.
As a sign of victory, Sultan Qutab-Ud-Din Aibak instructed to build a tower.
Qutub Minar (urdu minar) means the tower has a height of 73 meters above ground level. Qutub Minar is used as a security watchtower and also a place where the Adhan is held.
At the foot of Qutub Minar lies the Quwwatul Islam mosque, the first mosque built in India.
Lal Qila or the red palace known as the Red Fort was the Palace of the Mughal emperor. It was founded in the 16th century by the fifth-generation Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan.
Located in the old city area of Delhi. It is on the UNESCO world heritage list and is the largest heritage building in Delhi.
Jama’ Mosque in Delhi
In addition to Lal Qila, Shah Jahan also built a magnificent Mosque right in front of Lal Qila. This open-air mosque is known as the largest and most beautiful mosque in India.
The mosque, originally named I-Jahan-Numa Mosque, can accommodate 25,000 worshippers at once.
This magnificent building in the middle of the bustling city of Delhi is the last burial place of king Humayun. He was the second generation Mughal Emperor.
Purana Qila which means This old palace is the oldest of the three palaces in Delhi. It was founded by King Humayun and was once ruled by several other Kings.
In this place King Humayun breathed for the last time. Some mystery stories are wrapped in it. In addition, Purana Qila is also considered to bring bad luck to the King who ruled it.
Lodi Garden in Delhi
One of the gardens in Delhi City has the perfect combination, namely a beautiful garden full of flowers and a stretch of historical buildings since the 14th century that has a unique Islamic architecture.
In addition to storing hundreds of varieties of flowers. There is the tomb of Sultan Lodi, the dynasty that has ruled Delhi for decades. The name of this park is taken from his name.
Safdarjung tomb built in the 17th century has an Islamic architectural style decorated with beautiful ornaments and is the last building erected in the Mughal imperial era.