Part 6_ The Qutub complex, Delhi

He saw the great Mystery, he knew the Hidden:
He recovered the knowledge of all the times before the Flood.
He journeyed beyond the distant, he journeyed beyond exhaustion,
And then carved his story on stone.”- 
the epic of Gilgamesh

Of minarets and towers..

Of lights and shades, mud and stone…

Of the big and small, sky and earth..

and of the golds and browns..and of stories carved in stone..

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