A government seminar conducted recently in urban center highlighted the bequest
of the long-forgotten Tomar king — Anangpal II.
· Anangpal II, popularly referred to as AnangpalTomar, belonged to the Tomar kinfolk that dominated elements of current urban center and Haryana between the eighth and twelfth centuries.
· Their rule is documented by multiple inscriptions and coins.
· Anangpal II was instrumental in populating Indraprastha and giving it its gift name, Delhi.
· The region was in ruins once he ascended the throne within the eleventh century; it absolutely was he United Nations agency designed Lal Kot fort and Anang Tal Baoli.
The Tomars of urban center
· The Tomars were the feudatories of the Pratiharas.
· They supported the town of urban center in 736 A.D.
· MahipalaTomar captured Thaneshwar, Hansi and Nagarkot in 1043 A.D.
urban center in middle of the twelfth century and also the Tomars became their