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Thousand Pillar Temple: I've visited this temple a number of times from my childhood but the peace and sometimes fun if you are with your friends you get is enormous and every time I visit it's a strange feeling of happiness and the Shiva Lingam is a very big one.The temple is star-shaped with several shrines and lingams....
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Sher Shah Suri also added an entrance to this tower while he was ruling and Humayun was in exile. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qutb_Minar Iron Pillar of Delhi The iron pillar of Delhi is a 7 m (23 ft) kirti stambha (column of fame or victory column), originally erected and dedicated as dhvaja (banner) to Hindu deity lord Vishnu in 3rd to 4th century CE by king Chandragupta II, currently standing in the Qutb complex at Mehrauli in Delhi, India....