AN EDUCATIONAL TOUR: Essay Topics

English_Master March 19, 2016 No Comments
AN EDUCATIONAL TOUR Many kings and emperors ruled Delhi over the years and, therefore, the big city abounds in monuments. People come from faraway places to see them. They have an educational value. Once when we had our Dussehra holidays, we went round the city to see places of historical importance with our teacher. We hired a bus. First we went to the Qutub. It is now a building of five storeys. Two of its upper storeys have been brought down. It was built by Qutub-ud-Din, the first slave king in India. We admired the architectural beauty of the building. We saw the iron pillar standing nearby. It is known as King Chandra’s pillar. It is more than two thousand-year-old. Next we went to see the carvings of Hindu gods and goddesses on stone slabs. From the Qutab we went to Tughlaqabad. Here an old city, founded by Tughlaq kings, was once situated. Now it lies in ruins. Then we proceeded to Hauz Khas which was the residence of kings. We relaxed for some time on the great lawns. We had our lunch there and refreshed ourselves with tea. Next we went to Humayun’s tomb where Emperor Humayun lies buried. We appreciated the Mughal art and architecture. There are...
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Essay Topics on AN EDUCATIONAL TOUR

English_Master December 7, 2015 No Comments
AN EDUCATIONAL TOUR Many Icings and emperors ruled Delhi over the years and, therefore, the big city abounds in monuments. People come from faraway places to see them. They have an educational value. Once when we had our Dussehra holidays, we went round the city to see places of historical importance with our teacher. We hired a bus. First we went to the Qutab. It is now a building of five storeys. Two of its upper storey’s have been brought down. It was built by Qutab-ud-Din, the first slave king of India. We admired the architectural beauty of the building. We saw the iron pillar standing nearby. It is known as King Chandra’s pillar. It is more than two-thousand-year-old. Next we went to see the carvings of Hindu gods and goddesses on stone slabs. We were really surprised to see the wooden slabs changing into stone. From the Qutab we went to Tughlaqabad. Here an old city of Delhi, founded by Tughlaq kings, was once situated. Now it lies in ruins. Then we proceeded to Hauz Khas which was the residence of kings. We relaxed for some time on the great lawns. We had our lunch there and refreshed ourselves with tea. Next we went to Humayun’s tomb where...
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