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" ... projecting over each other, all fixed by the key-stone at the top. The Cootub was the effect of bigotry and fanaticism, the invariable associates of Moslem invasion and power. The Hindoo temples were destroyed, for many of their relics are perceptible... "
Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains; with Accounts ... - Page 120
by Edward Archer - 1833 - 356 pages
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Ledlie's miscellany and journal for the North west

1852
...for many of their relics were perceptible in parts of the Kntub. " This fact alone," says Archer, " decides the controversy as to the people by whom the pillar was built." In the three lower stages of the pillar, it is quite certain there is not a single Hindu stone....
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