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Qadam Rasul, the court of the Print of the Prophet's foot, Delhi.

June 30, 1820
Architectural and Building
Akbar Shah II 1806–1837

Qadam Rasul, the court of the Print of the Prophet's foot, Delhi.



Qadam Rasul, the Court of the Print of the Prophet’s Foot, Paharganj, Delhi; figures seated in the courtyard. Inscribed on front in Persian characters: ‘Naqshah i dargah i qadam i sharif’ (Picture of the shrine of the relic); on back in English: ‘2. The Court of the Print of Prophet’s Foot, Delhi.’

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Ismail Mazari

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Very good information.


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