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  • The reason for this choice was that the hill lay directly opposite the Dinapanah citadel, which was also considered the site of Indraprastha, the ancient region of Delhi.New Delhi-Wikipedia
  • Sher Shah Suri built the sixth city of Delhi, as well as the old fort known as Purana Qila, even though this city was settled since the ancient era.History of Delhi-Wikipedia
  • It is a huge complex of buildings, covering over 150 acre sprinkled with many lawns, overlooking the historic Purana Qila, which stands opposite Gate no 1.Pragati Maidan-Wikipedia
  • Other monuments include the India Gate, the Jantar Mantar—an 18th-century astronomical observatory—and the Purana Qila—a 16th-century fortress.Delhi-Wikipedia
  • It was staged by Ebrahim Alkazi with National School of Drama Repertory at Purana Qila, Delhi in the 1970s and later at the Festival of India, London in 1982.Jawaharlal Nehru-Wikipedia
  • The location of Indraprastha is uncertain but Purana Qila in present-day New Delhi is frequently cited.Indraprastha-Wikipedia

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