1. Symbol of Love – Taj Mahal
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Taj Mahal located in Agra build by Shahjahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz. It was designed on the basis of Mughal Architecture. Begins at 1632 and completed around 1653.
2. Oldest – Humayun’s Tomb
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Humayun is oldest tomb of India situated in Delhi. It is based on Mirak Mirza Ghiyath along with Mughal Architecture. Complete the construction during the year of 1565-1572.
3. Wonder of Height – Qutub Minar
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The tallest minaret of India, Qutub Minar has a beautiful architecture that admires whole Delhi with its wonder. It is constructed with red sandstones with height of 72.5meters tower.
4. Lal Qila – Red Fort
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Red Fort is one of the oldest forts in India. Mughal Emperor Shahjahan builds red fort where Ustad Ahmad who is the architect constructed it in Mughal architect style.
5. Unique Symbol of Buddhist Religion – Ajanta Caves
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It is a 31 rock cut of caves which build as two phases in Aurangabad. The caves are full of paintings, and sculptures from various reminiscent places that represent Buddhism.
6. Multi Religious Caves – Ellora Caves
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It is the oldest with combination of various religious caves located in India. Among them 12 caves of Buddhist, 17 caves of Hindu and 5 caves of Jain religious beautifully.
7. The City of Caves – Elephanta Caves
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It is most famous heritage site of India which is located in Mumbai horbour’s Elephanta Island. It consist of two groups such as large five Hindu caves and small two Buddhist caves.
8. Ancient Sun Temple
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It is popular tourist destination among the seven world wonders, situated in Orissa. It consists of a sun god with 24 wheels in the form of chariot of surya, led by six horses.
9. Mahabodhi Temple
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It is one of the most famous ancient Buddhist temple constructed across 12 acres of land in Bodh Gaya in the state of Bihar. UNESCO declared this as world Heritage Site.
10. Hampi Monuments – Karnataka
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Many wonderful temples are available nearby with exciting histories for each. There are larger size statues of god which can be witness by visitor in each quarter of mile distances.