Qutub Minar Vikramaditya Dhruva Sthamba

If one were to examine the monuments , which are now attributed to other sources than Sanatana dharma,one would find it to be of Hindu origin.

Qutub Minar.Vikramaditya Vijaya Sthamba.jpg Qutub Minar.Vikramaditya Vijaya Sthamba.

Humayun’s Tomb has Lord Vishnu’s footprint.

Tajmahal is Shiva temple.

Ajmer Darga Sharief is a Vishnu temple.

Please read my posts on this.

One more to this list.

The Qutub minar at Delhi.

Dhruva Sthamba of vikramaditya.jpg Dhruva Sthamba , Mehruli.

It is king Vikramaditya’s Vijaya Sthamba,whose empire included Arabia.

Qutub Minar.jpg Qutub Minar.


‘The complex is supposed to be built by the Greatest of Hindu emperors there was MaharajaDhiraj Vikramaditya of Ujjaini , brother of Bharathiri the Kind and Philosopher and originator of Bharathari neeti shataka . The tower is known to have been erected to celebrate the victory of the Great Emperor Vikramaditya , over the lands now called as Arab lands …

Sanatna dharma was prevalent in Arabia even before the advent of Muhammad.

Muhammad’s uncle had written a verse in praise of Shiva.

Here it is.

The Shiva Sloka

Kafavomal fikra min ulumin Tab asayru
Kaluwan amataul Hawa was Tajakhru
We Tajakhayroba udan Kalalwade-E Liboawa
Walukayanay jatally, hay Yauma Tab asayru
Wa Abalolha ajabu armeeman MAHADEVA
Manojail ilamuddin minhum wa sayattaru
Wa Sahabi Kay-yam feema-Kamil MINDAY Yauman
Wa Yakulum no latabahan foeennak Tawjjaru
Massayaray akhalakan hasanan Kullahum
Najumum aja- at Summa gabul HINDU



The man who may spend his life in sin
and irreligion or waste it in lechery and wrath
If at least he relent and return to
righteousness can he be saved?
If but once he worship Mahadeva with a pure
heart, he will attain the ultimate in spirituality.
Oh Lord Shiva exchange my entire life for but
a day’s sojourn in India where one attains salvation.
But one pilgrimage there secures for one all
merit and company of the truly great.’

Following is a poem in praise of Vikramaditya by  Jirrham Bintoi who lived 165 years before the prophet Muhammed.  (King Vikramaditya  lived 500 years before Bintoi).

“Itrasshaphai Santul
Bikramatul phehalameen Karimun
Bihillahaya Samiminela
Motakabbenaran Bihillaha
Yubee qaid min howa
Yaphakharu phajgal asari
nahans Osirim Bayjayholeen
Yaha sabdunya Kanateph natephi
bijihalin Atadari Bilala masaurateen
phakef Tasabahu. Kaunni eja majakaralhada
walhada Achimiman, burukan, Kad, Toluho
watastaru Bihillaha yakajibainana baleykulle amarena
Phaheya jaunabil amaray Bikramatoon” – (Sair-ul-Okul, Page 315)

“Fortunate are those who were born during King Vikram’s reign, he was a noble generous, dutiful ruler devoted to the welfare of his subjects. But at that time, We Arabs oblivious of divinity were lost in sensual pleasures. Plotting & torture were rampant. The darkness of ignorance had enveloped our country. Like the lamb struggling for its life in the cruel jaws of a wolf, we Arabs were gripped by ignorance. The whole country was enveloped in a darkness as intense as on a New moon night. But the present dawn & pleasant sunshine of education is the result of the favor of that noble king Vikram whose benevolence did not lose sight of us foreigners as we were. He spread his sacred culture amongst us and sent scholars from his own land whose brilliance shone like that of the sun in our country. These scholars & preceptors through whose benevolence we were once again made aware of the presence of god, introduced to his secret knowledge & put on the road to truth, had come to our country to initiate us in that culture & impart education.”..

the minar was started by Prithviraj or his uncle Vigraharaja who won Delhi from the Tomar Rajputs. However, it is assumed by secularist and anti hindu historians that Qutubuddib and Iltutmish finished it though the pictures will clearly show that the tower may have been commenced by Prithviraj or Vigraharaja.

Anang Pal,the Tomar Rajput King , established Delhi and Lal Kot,which is the area of Kutub Minar and extends up to Lal Quila ,or the demarcation line of old Delhi.In olden days fortresses used to be built at the entrance of a state and the present delineation of Delhi borders extended from South area of Qutub Minar to Red Quila in North Delhi.

The Tomars were descendents of the great Vikramaditya ,who had initially established the Iron Pillar at Vishnupadagiri (meaning “hill with footprint of Vishnu”). This place has been identified as modern Udayagiri, situated in the close vicinity of Besnagar, Vidisha and Sanchi. These towns are located about 50 kilometres east of Bhopal, in central India. There are several aspects to the original erection site of the pillar at Udayagiri. It must be worth noting that Vishnupadagiri is located on the Tropic of Cancer and, therefore, was a centre of astronomical studies during the Gupta period.






5 thoughts on “Qutub Minar Vikramaditya Dhruva Sthamba

  1. I agree with Ramani sir but we all should plan the things to do for future
    first of all we should change the country’s name to HINDUSTHAN or BHARAT; why we should use INDIA when so many countries got independence in August much before 15th august 1945.


  2. It is no use to keep only proclaiming that our ancient palaces and temples have been destroyed or converted into different structures. This is because we had either diluted our commitment to uphold “DUSHTA SHIKSHANAM (Punishing the wrong doers for not upholding our Sanaatana Dharmic principles) SHISHTA PARIPAALANAM (In brief:- Establishing and ensuring that our great principles of justice as elobarated in our Sanaatana dharma are upheld and given paramount mportance). FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BRAVE and it was true that Time was not on our side. But people like Ramani Sir should help us in unravelling our past and use it for the present so that our future is better.


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