Anangpal II was a Tomar dynasty king who lived in the 11th century. He ruled over parts of north India that are now Haryana and Delhi. Lal Kot and Anang Tal in south Delhi are supposed to have been built by this king. He is credited for having repopulated Delhi and giving it its present name (earlier known as Indraprastha). The Ministry of Culture is looking to popularize his legacy.
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