When it comes to history, India has a lot to offer. Here are some popular historical places that one can think of visiting in India.
Murshidabad, West Bengal
Located on the banks of River Bhagirathi, this town has a huge historical importance as it was the capital when the British used to rule India and then they later shifted it to Kolkata. The Hazarduari palace is a tr4at to the eyes due to the finesse of architecture and it has been turned into a museum now. Apart from this, one can visit the Imambara, Nasipur Palace and Katra Mosque.
Ajanta and Ellora, Maharashtra
Ajanta Caves is the most popular caves of India which has been labelled as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is a very popular as well as a famous place that people from all over the world come to explore here. Inside the cave, one can find the mural paintings which show different life stages of Lord Budhha. The minute detailing of the things are noticeable here. Ellora Caves on the other hand are spread over 2 kilometres land and one can find total 34 caves there. One can find caves which belong to Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religious beliefs. It is believed that these caves were made somewhere in between 600 AD to 1000 AD. These 34 temples are situated adjacent to each other only separated by a wall or a cliff. There are 12 Buddhist caves and 5 Jain caves. The rest of the caves are actually Hindu temples.
It is located in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. This is also a very famous architecture of the Mewar Kingdom. The Huge and magnificent Kumbhalgarh fort has almost 350 temples inside among which most of them are Jain temples and the other are Hindu temples. This huge fort is the epitome of history as it has witnessed several battles between the Rajputs and the Delhi sultanate. Apart from the fort, there is also a wild life sanctuary there where one can indulge into a safari.
This is also a famous archaeological site in the state of Karnataka within the ruins of Vijaynagar Empire. UNESCO has marked it as a world heritage site in India. The entire city is in complete ruins and has the remnants of beautiful Dravidian constructions which were once there.
Taj Mahal, Uttar Pradesh
When it comes to historical monuments, nothing can surpass this wonder. The most beautiful and fairy tale tomb built by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor for his wife Mumtaz Mahal and is a symbol of love. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, this is the most romantic monument in India that one can think of. This ode to love was built in the year 1630 and is made of pure white marble.
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