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Tomb of Imam Zamin is located inside the Qutub Minar Complex. It is a small mausoleum located in front of the Alai Darwaza. The square structure is supported by twelve marble pillars with sandstone jaalis (lattice screens) between them. On top of the roof is...More
During my vacation in Delhi, I had visited the Qutub Minar complex and this small but beautiful tomb dedicated to Imam Zamin is located on the left side as we entered the Qutub complex. This tomb is adjacent to the Alai Darwaza. The tomb has...More
located next to Alai Darwazah at southern side of the Qutub Minar complex . hopefully no part of the tomb structure has not been ruined and this subject make it more attractive . uniformity of complex in colors and construction material has been observed at...More
It is a sandstone structured tomb of an Imam, located in the Qutub Complex near the Alai Darwaza of New Delhi. Turkish Imam Zamin came to Delhi during the 15th century and was the imam of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque during Sikandar Lodi . This tomb...More
This small tomb is believed to built by Imam Muhammad Ali or Imam Zamin who came to India from Turkestan during the reign of Sikander Lodi. The tomb is just adjoining the Qutub Minar and is a beautiful structure built in sandstone.
Tucked in behind a wall in the Qutb Minar complex is this little tomb dated 1539. It is for Imam Zamin, from Turkestan and has some beautifully intricate carved screens. Its a classic example of Lodi dynasty architecture, which predates the Mughal era.
Home to the most beautiful step wells in the country, Jamali Kamali Mosque and a 200 acre park with facets of heritage peeping at you from every nook and cranny, Mehrauli is one of those treasure houses where the stories of the past can go on for years. Visitors need a whole day at the Mehrauli Archaeological Park to truly enjoy the opulent 1000-year old legacy of this neighbourhood. A great spot for picnics, this giant
heritage park with Qutub Minar in the backdrop, has become a popular cricket playground among the local youngsters. Mehrauli has a number of artistic gems that have been converted into stunning art galleries & rooftop restaurants popular for a grand view of the Qutub Minar and large part of South Delhi.