Mirza Firuz Shah
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S. Chand, 1975
Royal Mughal Ref:
Story Of Shahjanabad. On the personalities, incidents, and cultural traditions of Mogul Delhi.
Few Cities in the World Could Match Delhi's Antecedents or the profusion and variety of its monuments. A city Almost as Rich as Rome and Nearly as Spectacular as Athens With its seven cities ( fourteen according to some) and thirteen names, it has been described it has a fidgety girl who will sit here, and there, then somewhere else in fifty square miles to ground and Twenty thousand ruins tell where it has rested' Indeed, we are the fortunate that the marks left behind by this " Fidgety Girl" are still so clear, still available to us. The Monuments of Delhi city are a veritable museum of Architectural splendours and chronicle the successive stages in the Development of architectural style in India. Though just about every book on New Delhi and there has been and deluge of there recently gives a nod in the direction of Delhi Area.
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