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closed 244851 ArlakMuni

No left turn
Reported using Wisepilot map reporter
Created by www.appello.com

8 months ago 28 days ago
closed 246709

behram baug

8 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 248779

Please update it as N 28.

8 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 334757

wen you rich to dasaswmedh ghat after 2 ghat is munshi ghat our house

2 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 216292

No left turn.

10 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 269960

How do i add multiple marker to the Map?

7 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 302034 avtar singh

Some village's not showing there.

4 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 329431 Eximpulse

Regus Business Centre Level 9, Spaze I-Tech Park A1 Tower, Sector - 49 Sohna Road Gurgaon, India - 122018
Phone No: 0124 - 6769152
Fax No : 0124 - 6768888
Sales
sales@eximpulse.com
+91-95555-71006
General Inquiry
info@eximpulse.com
Admin / Sourcing
admin@eximpulse.com
24 x 7 Dedicated Sales Contact
+91-95555-71006

3 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 345695

AAAA

about 2 months ago about 1 month ago
closed 309410 Apoorv Karnatic

The Lal Gumbad, was built as a tomb for Shaikh Kabbiruddin Auliya (1397), a sufi saint who lived in the 14th century as a disciple of Sufi saint Shaikh Raushan Chiragh–i–Delhi. The dome tomb was built with red sandstone. It is considered to be a small size replica of the Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq’s Tomb in Tughlaqabad.[14] The gateway to the tomb has a pointed arch with marble bands. It is also called the Rakabwala Gumbad because dacoits had stolen the finial on the roof of the tomb by climbing up over the iron rungs (called 'Rakab') on its western wall. Apart from these structures, the four walls of a mosque also are within the compound wall of the tomb.

4 months ago about 1 month ago

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