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It is a park on Burari Road close to Nirankari sarovar of North Delhi. It was the venue where Delhi Durbar took place, when Queen Victoria proclaimed empress of India. There is an obelisk on Durbar Park, which commemorate the shifting of Capital of India...More
This park is of heritage importance and located near Delhi University. Totally neglect by the Government. The coronation park is one of the prime British Heritage of the colonial era. Total neglect of history and heritage. Queen Victoria was declared Empress of India at the...More
This Corantion Park saw the British grandeur at its best three times when Imperial Durbars were held at this site on 1st January, 1877 to declare Queen Victoria as Empress of India, on 1st January, 1903 to celebrate coronation of Kind Edward VIII and then,...More
Delhi has over 170 monuments of various historic periods scattered all over the city and most of them, which do not feature as tourist spots, have been neglected by the authorities. The Coronation Park is one of the prime Britsh heritage spots of the colonial...More
I understand India's ambivalence towards its erstwhile British rulers, and can see why the site of the imperial durbars isn't high on the list of things-to-renovate. I can understand that statues of former viceroys should be consigned to a bare stretch of waste ground somewhere...More
This park COULD be nice, if it were maintained and if the construction currently underway turns out as planned. Don't miss the tallest statue of King George IV in the world. I feel kinda sorry for him out here in the middle of nowhere.