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Top 5 logical points that confirm that Qutub Minar was never built by an Islamic ruler

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It’s been more than a century to notice various entities debate over the actual builders of the globally recognized Monuments that are probably included in the UN World Heritage structures as well.

Monuments like the Taj Mahal and Qutub Minar have ironically been in the limelight in recent times. Not for their pleasing looks but for their existential sources. An interesting topic is whether they were really built by the so-called Islamic rulers or were just remodeled by them restructuring the pre-existing Hindu temples and monuments?

By demolishing the Hindu carvings and Temple designs, and placing a Tomb over its top, thousands of such Vedic structures were claimed as the Miracles by the Islamic Invaders.

Tejo Mahalya and Dhruv Sthamb are said to be the pre-existing Hindu structures in place today called the Taj Mahal and Qutub Minar. No doubt, there are enough shreds of evidence and logical reasons to support such claims.

While professional Archaeologists and Historians like Abhijit Chavda and Praveen Mohan have brilliantly exposed the reality of the Taj Mahal and Qutub Minar on their respective YouTube channels, there are a thousand local Archaeologists that support their points.

Here are the top 5 pieces of evidence and logical points that prove- Qutub Minar was never an Islamic Structure.

1. Qutab Minar is a 73-meter tall structure located at the center of multiple such Structures. A few meters from the Minar, an incomplete structure with a Dome can be noticed by anyone visiting the site.

Qutub Minar not a Hindu Structure

Firstly, this incomplete site itself is clear evidence of the claim that Qutab Minar was previously an existing Hindu structure. The pillars below the Dome structure are very similar to the ones usually seen in Hindu Temples. They have carvings of bells on them. Moreover, they even have a portrait of the Hindu Elephant God- Ganesha! What’s Ganesha doing in an Islamic Monument?

Lord Ganesha’s Carving from the Qutub Minar Structure

2. Just above the Portrait of Lord Ganesha, the carvings of the war scenes from the Hindu epic- Ramayana can be seen clearly.

Qutub Minar Ramayan war carvings
Carvings of the War scenes from the Hindu Epic Ramayana on the walls of Qutub Minar Structure

The carvings of gods, saints, and human beings are completely prohibited in Islam. So, why are they present in the Qutub Minar if it is an Islamic structure built by an Islamic ruler? This completely conveys that the Qutub Minar is not at all an Islamic structure.

Moreover, when one looks at the structure’s dome from the inside, one shall notice a floral design. Such designs only exist in ancient Hindu Temples.

All these pieces of evidence prove that all the structures around the so-called Qutub Minar are indeed Hindu Monuments.

3. Qutub Minar was used as a Minaret to call people for prayers? Really?

Historians popularly convey this theory. They say that Qutub Minar was built and perhaps, used as a tower to call the locals for prayers. But it looks like they haven’t prepared well enough before framing such theories.

Firstly, why did the Minaret get all the beautiful decorations while the main structure, which is the Mosque has got no such decorations? It is in fact in a very ugly condition.

Moreover, as per the Islamic Minaret guidelines, the entrance of the Islamic Minarets built for such purposes shall always face the East. But in reality, the Qutub Minar faces the North.

Secondly, if one climbs toward the top of the Minaret, it takes 45 minutes to reach the top. Now the mystery is that how could someone climb up and down this five times a day?

Lastly, let’s assume that one somehow manages to climb up and down on the Minar 5 times a day. Another mystery that persists here is that even if a person on the top of this 238 feet structure shouts at the top of his voice, nobody on the ground can hear him.

One has to compulsorily use a Microphone to converse with the people on the ground. But unsurprisingly, 800 years past, Microphones didn’t exist.

4. Qutub Minar is a symbol of King Qutb-Ud-in’s Victory and Power. Another unjustifiable claim by the Historians.

If the Qutub Minar was genuinely built as a symbol of Qutb-Ud-in’s Power and Strength, why doesn’t it have the king’s name inscribed on it? While the Minar has thousands of Arabic texts on its walls, it’s a surprise to see that no brick on the entire tower has the king’s name inscribed on it.

On the other side, king Qutb-Ud-in’s name is precisely inscribed in Arabic on the top of the mosque just beside the Tower. The Arabic text precisely mentions that the Mosque was established by Qutb-Ud-in.

If Qutb-Ud-in built the tallest structure in Asia of his time, why didn’t he carve his name on it?

5. How did Qutb-Ud-din build such a massive structure in just four years?

All the Historians agree that Qutb-Ud-in ruled the place for just four years. In such a scenario, how did Qutb-Ud-in, who couldn’t even build the smaller structures and perhaps dress them as Islamic structures, manage to build such a Grand Tower in just four years?


Balipeetham at Qutab Minar
Hindu Religious altar- Balipeetham on the structures on the Qutub Minar

No matter what justifications the so-called Historians (especially Westerners) provide to the audience, people with some logical thinking and understanding can precisely figure out the reality.

The term “Qutub Minar” itself was coined in the 1800s because no such word existed in any of the texts or books from History before the 1800s.

With multiple Hindu structural carvings like lord Ganesha’s portrait, bells, and floral designs and the incomplete Islamic construction works along with a lack of logical explanation to their claims, it can be clearly understood that Qutb-Ud-In or any Islamic ruler never constructed the Qutub Minar.

It was indeed an existing Hindu Monument that was forcefully demolished and reshaped as an Islamic structure.

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