When it comes to history and cultural heritage and diversity, India jaisa koi nahi. Everything about this adobe of diverse cultures and languages existing peacefully together is unique and unparalleled. India has witnessed the rise and fall of several dynasties and glimpses of its rich past can be seen in every corner of the country.
A lot has been written about the beauty of the Taj Mahal but words still fall short to describe this epitome of love. Built in the 17th century, this monument is known for its breathtakingly beautiful architecture that brings together elements from Islamic, Persian and Indian styles. An UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 7th Wonder of The World, the Taj Mahal is constructed entirely out of white marble.
This historical place was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO back in 1983, which speaks volumes about the majestic aritchecture of this historical site.
Probably one of the most famous monuments of India, this majestic fort needs no introduction. Built in 1565, the massive and majestic Agra Fort is known for its stunning, Mughal style of architecture and mesmerising design. Agra Fort has two elaborately decorated gates – Delhi Gate and Amar Singh Gate.
Built on the banks of the sacred Ganga, the Kashi Vishwanath temple is the holiest of Shiva temples. It is one among the twelve Jyotirlingas.
Built on the banks of the sacred Ganga, the Kashi Vishwanath temple is the holiest of Shiva temples. It is one among the twelve Jyotirlingas. However, its religious significance is not the only aspect that this monument is known for. Constructed in the 18th century, this architectural masterpiece is designed in the Nagara style of architecture.
Around 11 km from the city of Jaipur, cradled on a hilltop, you will find this artistic masterpiece built with white and red sandstone.
Around 11 km from the city of Jaipur, cradled on a hilltop, you will find this artistic masterpiece built with white and red sandstone. The stunning carvings on its walls and ceiling are just one of the many things that stands out. The Fort also houses the Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace) where you will find intriguing designs of colored glasses and mirror mosaics. The beautiful reflection of this grand fort in Maotha Lake is not to be missed.