Forts, Temples & Architecture Of India

Forts of India that we have visited and recommend.
Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Kailash Temple at Ellora is considered the world's largest monolithic rock cut sculpture. It is dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Shiva. Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Kailash Temple at Ellora is considered the world's largest monolithic rock cut sculpture. It is dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Shiva. Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Situated in the Aravalli Mountains the Kumbhalgarh Fort was athe birthplace of Maharana Pratap Singh and is now declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Situated in the Aravalli Mountains the Kumbhalgarh Fort was athe birthplace of Maharana Pratap Singh and is now declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Charminar at night, in full glory with the buzzing markets around it. Hyderabad.

The Charminar at night, in full glory with the buzzing markets around it. Hyderabad.

The Golconda Fort in Hyderabad

The Golconda Fort in Hyderabad

Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ellora Caves are a marvel in sculture and architecture. This collection of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu caves date back to the 1st Century AD and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sleeping Buddha at Ajanta Caves.

Sleeping Buddha at Ajanta Caves.

The Ajanta caves near Aurangabad are listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

The Ajanta caves near Aurangabad are listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

Ajanta Caves dating back to the 2nd Century BC will blow your mind with their detailed sculptures of Buddhist philosophy, life and folk tales, as well as amazing dry frescoes from that era.

Ajanta Caves dating back to the 2nd Century BC will blow your mind with their detailed sculptures of Buddhist philosophy, life and folk tales, as well as amazing dry frescoes from that era.

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