Introduction to Ahinsa Sthal nearby attractions
Ahinsa Sthal as the name implies is a place of non violence, harmony and peace. There is a 14 feet large statue of Lord Mahavira. Ahinsa Sthal is now a sacred place for the followers of Jainism.
Ahinsa Sthal nearby attractions
To know in details about the places to see near the Ahinsa Sthal in Delhi, you can go through the list below.
Balban's Tomb- this is the burial ground of Balban who was the last of the Salave Dynasty sultans who passed away in 1287.It lies near the entrance of the Archeologcal Survey Park
Dargah of Qutb Sahib-This is the Dargah of Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki, who was more well known as Qutb Sahib. Qutb Sahib dies in the year 1236 and his grave is the main shrine of this Dargah.It is located near Gandak Ki Baoli in the Mehrauli village.
Hathi Gate and Zafar Mahal-the Hathi Gate is an impressive gateway in the ruins of the Zafar Mahal, that was built by emperor Akbar II as his summer palace. It was renovated later by his son, Bahadur Shah Zafar.
Jamali Kamali Mosque-The mosque and tomb of Jamali kamali is located in the Archeological Survey of India park. Jamali was the well known saint and poet, also called Jalal Khan. The construction of the Mosque began during Babur's reign and was completed during Humayun's rule.
Qutub Minar- Qutub Minar is the tower of victory built of red sandstone and marble, built during the 13th century. The foundation of Qutub Minar was laid by Qutubuddin Aibek.It is now a UNESCO Heritage Site.
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