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Asked On2017-07-26 08:49:14 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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The city of Old Delhi was a walled city with 14 gates, a fort palace complex with river Jamuna flowing near it. The city had narrow lanes, havelis, and crowded mohallas with several water channels. After the British gained control of Delhi, they adjusted themselves in the city.
The situation changed after the rebellion of 1857. Since the British realised that the Mughal emperor was still important to the people, they embarked on a mission to rid the city of its Mughal past. Several palaces were demolished and gardens were destroyed and barracks for their troops were built at its place. Buildings adjoining the Red Fort were also demolished. Many mosques were destroyed in the city. No worship was allowed in the Jama Masjid for next five years. One third of the city was demolished by the British and its canals were filled up. During 1870s, the enclosing walls of the city were broken down to lay railway lines and further to expand the city. The British began to live in the Civil Lines area away from the Indians in the walled city.

Answerd on:2017-07-27 Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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