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Sultan Garhi Tomb in Vasant Kunj New Delhi
New Delhi
A Centuries Old Place Once Abandoned and in Ruins. Had one visited it 30 Years Back, this view from Top would not had shown a Single Building around. It amazing how much a Single Generation Eats into Space and Nature. Hope History Gives us lesson not to be too much Proud of our Achievements as a Mighty Mughal Empire of 300+ years is now worth only 30 Minutes of Visit.
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