the memory of 90,000 soldiers of the Indian army killed during First world
war, a dominating stone structure was built at the east end of the Rajpat.
The names of these soldiers are inscribed on the stone of the 42 metre
high triumphal arch which stand on a base of Bharatpur stone and
rises in stages. It was designed by Edward Lutyens and took 10 years to
complete. Its foundation stone was laid on 10th February 1921 by the Duke
of Connaught. There is a Amar Jawan Jyoti under the Arch to
commemorate the 'Indian Armed Forces' losses in the Indo Pakistan War
of 1971. This simple monument is helmet on the built of a rifle
surrounded by 4 eternal flames.