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Dive into the Rich Heritage of India



India, home of one of the oldest civilizations, architectural marvels, incredible cities and outstanding heritage is truly a place that will make you realize how long humans have existed on planet and how advanced they were before all these infrastructural development. In case, you have been planning to explore the historical side of India and seeking some ideas about places that are perfect to explore the incredible history and heritage of the country, here we are with a promising range of destinations that have been the home to some of the most outstanding, unbelievable and magnificent historical phenomenon on the planet and will help you to dive into the rich heritage of India:

  1. Delhi

Delhi

When we speak of the heritage and history of India, the topic cannot even begin without introducing the capital Delhi. Among the most densely populated cities on earth, Delhi has witnessed a wide range of emperors and kings that have come to India in past centuries. From Mughals to the British colonials, the city have been preserving a past that goes back to more than 7 centuries and gives locals as well as tourists a deep insight about the scarred and prosperous history of Indian capital. Attractions like Red Fort, Tughlakabad Fort, Qutb Minarate, Khooni Darwaza, and Jama-Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Safdarjang Tomb (Head Office of Archaeological Survey of India), India Gate and many more sites have been serving as an open book to understand the rich past of Indian capital up close.

  1. Agra

Agra

Home of one of the most magnificent structures on the planet as well as former one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Agra is a truly spectacular place to explore in the outskirts of the Indian capital. Located approximately 4 hours of drive from the capital, Agra is the place that is globally renowned for the biggest symbol of love Taj Mahal which was made by the emperor Shahjahan in the rememberance of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Located on the banks of Yamuna, Taj Mahal and nearby sites like Akbar’s Tomb, Aram Bagh, Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh, Moti Masjid and many more sites have made this promising city even more charming and historically rich. This city have also been the reason why travelers enjoy taking flights to India throughout the year regardless of weather conditions and seasons.

  1. Jaipur

Jaipur

Located in the western state of India Rajasthan, the Pink City Jaipur is among the most drastically developing cities in the country and have been an eye of attraction among global tourists taking flights to India to give away a spellbinding scene of heritage sites that includes a fine range of forts, temples, Mahals, Tombs and many more sites. Places like Amber Fort, Sheesh Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Diwan-e-Khas, Jal Mahal, Royal Gaitor Tumbas, Sisodia Rani Palace, Swargasuli Tower, Chandra Mahal, Amar Jawan Jyoti and a number of other landmarks have been the symbol of royal history and impeccable past of Rajasthan that was stretched for centuries and have glorified the history of India.

  1. Varanasi

Varanasi

Acclaiming the title of one of the oldest living cities in the world, Varanasi has been one of the most thriving and historically rich destinations in the India. Nestled on the banks of River Ganga, this astonishing city is known to be the home of countless temples as well as the religious capital of India. Featuring a wide range of religious places and oldest Ghats (banks) in the world, Varanasi probably is the home of the largest Hindu learning university in the continent. Many documents and organizations have claimed that the city have been flourishing with human bliss for more than 3000 years as of now and is considered to one of the major commerce hub in the ancient world with a unique product named after Banarasi Silk.

  1. Hampi

Hampi

Located in the southern state of India, Karnataka, Hampi is among the most incredibly ancient villages of the world that is still the home of hundreds of ruined temples and historical complexes. Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi itself is among the most incredible, most visited and a piece of marvel in the India, treasuring countless of relics from the past and showcasing the rich heritage and ancient culture of the country. Regardless of its size and amenities available in the village and surroundings, Hampi have been drawing attraction of thousands of travelers taking flights to India every year and giving them a marvelous and extraordinary experience of discovering a side of India that have made India one of the oldest countries in the world.

India is immensely vast when it comes to geography and even more intense when we speak about the history. A country that have witnessed many eras and emperors that have occupied the entire nation and nearby countries with force, politics and beliefs. So, if you are ready to dive in to the rich past of India, then all you need now is to book your flights to India with Travelation today and explore some of the most outstanding and unbelievable destinations and attractions that have made their name across the globe and giving tourists a great reason to visit India.



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