Qtub Minar in one of the most visually interesting sights in Delhi, India, and one of them 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in India.
Here in this video you will see a peak of Qtub Minar and the surroundings and hear the real birds sing in India back in 2007, when I was there getting to know this sight with my camera and through photography. You’re most likely to see several more recent videos of Qtub Minar after you watch this short video of mine, so it’s worth taking a look!
In case you wish to see also other videos from India, find them from this Indivue video collection from India – It consists of short videos which are authentic scenes with authentic sounds from all around India. You will find other UNESCO Worlds Heritage Sites from India there as well, like Fatehpur Sikri.
My digital painting inspired by Qtub Minar can be seen in this Instagram post below, if your browser supports that feature.
Hashtags there will open you an almost up-to-date photogallery of this same subject, so enjoy your visual adventure –
And if you wish to order this Qtub Minar digital painting as an art-postcard for yourself or to someone else in Finland, find the instructions here: INDIVUE!
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Qtub Minar on yksi Intian Delhin visuaalisesti mielenkiintoisimmista nähtävyyksistä ja yksi 36 UNESCO:n maailmanperintökohteesta Intiassa. Oheisella videolla osa Qutub Minar -nähtävyyttä ja Qtub Minarista voit lukea lisää suomeksi oheisesta linkistä.