The Qutub Minar was fabricated utilizing red sandstone and marble.
The Qutb Minar is 72.5 meters (239 ft) high, making it the tallest minaret on the planet worked of blocks. It is recorded by UNESCO as a world legacy site.
After a mishap including younger students, passage to the Qutub Minar is shut to general society since 1981, while the Qutub archeological region stays open for people in general.
Engravings record that 27 Hindu and Jain sanctuaries were destroyed and utilized for its creation
Unearthings of pre-Islamic remnants and 27 Hindu and Jain Temple on which it was constructed