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Get stunned with the monuments of India!

India – the country of god has everything in it that a tourist spot has to amaze its visitors. And its marvelous monuments are the most incredible spots of the country that makes its visitors amaze with its beauty! So if you are planning to fly to india, make sure you have these marvelous monuments in your “to be visited” list, otherwise you are sure to miss the real india!

The Marvelous Monuments of India

India is the hub of Marvelous Monuments of the world! Here are some of the most famous and marvelous monuments of india that are sure to make your india visit a great experience.

The Taj Mahal (Agra)

The name is enough! The Taj Mahal is the most incredible standalone example of marvelous monuments of india. So if you haven’t yet added this beautiful place in your planner, add it now! The Taj Mahal is located in the city of Agra – on the banks of river of yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The Taj Mahal is the symbol of love and is the nation’s most gorgeous monument that you will love to visit again and again!

The Red Fort (Delhi)

The Red Fort in the city of national capital of india – delhi is the symbol of the glory of india. The Red Fort symbolizes the glory and the spirit of india during its battles against the british rule and has been greatly a place of celebration of The Independence Day and The Republic Day. The Red Fort also known as “Lal Qilla” is the most famous fort of the country with the National Military Pareds being organized here on the day of Independence (15th August) and (26th January) every year. It gives you calm feeling and gives you an idea of its capability to build the awesome architecture on the earth!

Qutub Minar (Delhi)

Again, a master piece of india’s ability of building marvelous architectures! Qutub Minar is the tower built by the historic ruler (king) Qutub-ud-din aibak. The Minar (the tower) was built to recognize a victory of a war, but on the other hand it is also said that this tower or the minar was built as part of the mosque “Quwwat-ul-Islam” for its priest to climb up top for prayer.

Caves of Ajanta and Elora


If you love to get stunned at the beauty of historical caves and love to wander through the deep caves, the Ajanta’s and Elora’s caves are places to be and are located in the city of Aurangabad. These caves include the unfinished caves. You will find amazing paintings on the wall painted somewhat centuries ago!

Humanyu’s tomb (Delhi)

Humayun’s tomb is one of the most famous tombs in the country. And if you are sure to visit the tomb, then you are sure to enjoy the sculptural beauty of India. It is an example of garden tomb with high arches and double dome and was built by his queen wife Begum Hamida Banu in 1569 A. This is the place where many other dynasty lies buried here.

The India Gate (Delhi)

The India Gate of Delhi city is also one of the marvelous monuments of India. And the mind blowing piece of human ability to build a strong sculpture that is located on the glorious land of Delhi. The India Gate was built to recognize the memories of the martyrs of this great nation.  This great monument was built in the memory of soldiers who laid down their life during the First World War. The 42 meter long architecture, when lights up, captures visitor’s attention and makes them feel pride!

The Gateway of India (Mumbai)

The Gateway of India in the city of Mumbai was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to the bombay during the british rule in the year of 1911. This 26 meter long monument is still visitor’s favorite destination in the Mumbai with hundreds of foreign visitors flies to this place to watch its beauty.

The Raj Ghat (Delhi)

The Raj Ghat is the tomb of India’s Father of the Nation – Mahatma Gandhi and a must watch for those who visit Delhi. The black marble platform marks the spot of Gandhi’s cremation on January 31st 1948, left open to the sky with an eternal flame burns continually at one end. It is located at the banks of river of Yamuna. The importance of this great monument can be known by the fact that almost 10,000 visitors are being attracted by this place with foreign visitors being most of them.

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