In its completed express, the Minar is an image of building flawlessness and is known to have no parallel on the planet. The establishment of Qutub Minar was laid in A.D. 1199. The tallest stone minaret on the planet is unmistakably propelled by numerous different structures found in the Islamic world including the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan. The Qutub Minar has five particular stories, each set apart by an anticipating overhang carried on muqarnas corbel. Qutub Minar went ahead to be a standout amongst the most essential “Towers of Victory” in the Islamic world.
The development of Qutub Minar appears to have started in the meantime as the mosque yet its fruition took far longer than the Mosque. While the narrative of the development of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque spread far and wide, its visual effect was point-clear importance individuals who saw it, was affected by its sheer extents and typical significance. The Minar was a more intense image that could have a mass-visual effect as it was situated as the Qutub, a hub or post of Islam.
It could be seen from far. It has been recommended by numerous researchers that the first motivation behind building Qutub Minar was to encourage the mu’azzin (messenger) to call devotees for supplication. Considering the tallness of the Minar, it would take a wonderfully fit and athletic Mu’azzin to climb the 379 stages five times each day.
Aibak lived just to see the fulfillment of the primary story. Other three stories were worked by his child in law and successor Iltutmish. Qutub Minar served as the tower of triumph the triumph of Islamic warriors against the prevalently Hindu, Jaina and Buddhist Inhabitants who couldn’t face the might of their victors.