Between North and South Blocks of Secretariat Complex
Photograph © Medha Malik Kudaisya -- may be used without prior permission for any educational or scholarly purpose.
These four Dominion Columns which were presented by Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa were a gesture of friendship and unity among the Dominions within the British Empire. On top of each Column is a bronze ship symbolic of the Empire's ocean links and the emblem of each Dominions is marked on each Column.
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