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The Coronation Park: A fading antiquity

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shopping for god knows how many hours at the famous Bunglow road market in North Delhi, I wanted to unwind myself sitting somewhere peaceful. I thought against going to all those noisy cafes and bistros, so my friend suggested this park, which is supposed to be in existence since the British Era. I have always had an eye for historical places but this park did not ring a bell. Strange! Curiosity got the better of me and I found myself gazing into the vastness of what is known as The Coronation Park.

Coronation_Park,_Delhi_51in battered condition.

Delhi has been a witness of countless events from time immemorial. Playing in the hands of many dynasties, it stands like a queen, embracing cities like Shajahanabad and Tuglaqabad at its heart. It habituates many astounding heritage sites and among the very many is the Coronation Park near Kingsway Camp (aka GTB Nagar) in the northern part of Delhi.

The charm of this mighty park faded post-independence and is left in a state of negligence. I decided to dive deep into history and bring forth the glorious details of this prodigious park. #BhuliBisriYaadien

Having vaunted a great historical legacy for many royal events, Delhi was chosen as a site for the first Delhi Durbar held in the Coronation Park in the year 1877, wherein Queen Victoria was proclaimed the empress of India. In the year 1903, the accession of King Edward VII was celebrated here in the second Delhi Durbar. Finally, on 12th December 1911, King George V was honoured here as the Emperor of India, in a durbar full of all the princely states and laid the foundation stone for the new capital city of New Delhi. #RajkaroRaj

The vast Coronation Park houses the famous Coronation Memorial, a sandstone obelisk built on a square plinth at the exact place where King George V and Queen Mary sat in the Durbar of 1911.

The Coronation Memorial
The Coronation Memorial

It also has the largest and tallest statue of King George V, which was moved from the India Gate in the 1960s where it sat with pride under a canopy. #RelicsofRaj

mighty King George V
King George V

sandstone canopy that housed King George Vth's statue untill 1960s.

The sandstone canopy at India Gate that housed King George Vth’s statue until the 1960s


Once an epic site for Delhi’s most famous royal events, the park now hosts cricket matches for the kids of the neighbouring localities. The Park definitely took me back in time and I am surely coming back here soon. It’s definitely worth a visit. #TashreefLayiye

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