It has 379 stages prompting to its top story. At the nearer perspective of he tower you will discover Aayaats (Verses) from Holy Quran recorded everywhere throughout the dividers. With that you will likewise discover engraving in Kupee dialect that “The tower was raised to cast the shadow of God over both east and west.”
Near the Qutab Minar lies the Quwwat-ul-Islam, the principal mosque to be implicit India. It was worked by the Qutbuddin, who made utilization of the remaining parts of 27 Hindu and Jain sanctuaries and assistance from Hindu artisans to build this tower.
Today significant parts of the mosque are in remnants, yet one can see the curves, botanical themes, squinches, calligraphy and geometric examples cut on the mosque. Than the travelers can likewise look at alternate landmarks that incorporate Ala-I-Darwaza and the Alai Minar worked by Ala-ud-clamor Khilji (1296-1316).
Another significant fascination here is the Iron Pillar that stands at the edge of the mosque. This 7.2 m tall bears the fourth century Sanskrit engravings of the Gupta period crediting it to the memory of King Chandragupta II. The column once beat the picture of Hindu flying creature God – Garuda. It is made 98% of created iron and has stood 1,600 years without rusting. As indicated by the legends, any individual who can enclose the segment with hands in the face of their good faith will have their desires conceded.