Construction and architecture of Delhi’s Chor Minar
Built of rubble masonry with rough, uncut stones, Chor Minar stands at a platform measuring 30’ square. The stores are put in irregular order in the mortar. There are three arched recesses on all four sides of the minaret. The one in the center has a doorway with a spiral staircase, located in the East. The door is gated and locked so one can’t go up the minaret.
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The minaret represents a mixture of Indian and Persian architecture. It is set in the middle of a small nice garden where you can sit and think about the horrific background of this monument.