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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DELHI : A MONUMENTAL CITY & CHANDIGARH : THE URBAN MOSIAC

    1 Author(s):  DR RUPALI BHALLA MATHUR

Vol -  14, Issue- 1 ,         Page(s) : 92 - 98  (2023 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Delhi is a historical city, a feast for a historian. We first hear of Delhi in Ancient times when it was called Indraprastha, a small settlement by Pandavas in Khandva forest around 800 B.C. This whole area was near Yamuna river. In 8th Century A.D. (early Medieval-India) Tomar dynasty established their political centre at Delhi.

  Ali Athar, Capital of the Sultans, Delhi during the 13th C. and 14th C. in Frykenberg, Delhi through the Ages, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1986, p.34,35.
  Kumar Sunil, ‘Qutab and Modern Memory’, “The present in Delhi’s past, three essay press Delhi 2002, p9,10.
  Ali Athar, Capital of the Sultans, Delhi during the 13th C. and 14th C. in Frykenberg, Delhi through the Ages, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1986, p.36,37.

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