Historic Places

Lothal – Ancient Port City of Indus Valley Civilization

Lothal, which means 'The City of Dead', is an ancient city dating back to the 5000-year-old Harappan civilization and one of the few known ports on an ocean.

Kesaria Stupa – One of Tallest Buddhist Stupa in State of Neglect

Rising high out of the earth from where the dying Buddha donated his begging bowl, the enormous Kesaria Stupa is an enthralling example of how nature can reclaim a deserted monument.

Top 15 Incredible Rock Cut Caves In India

Rock cut architecture is the practice of creating a structure by carving it out of solid natural rock. There are more than 1,500 rock-cut temples in India, most of which are religious in nature, adorned with decorative paintings and exquisite stone carvings reflecting a very high level of craftsmanship.

Konark Sun Temple: A Stunning Chariot-Shaped Temple

The Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century Hindu temple dedicated to the sun god. Shaped like a giant chariot, the temple is known for the exquisite stone carvings that cover the entire structure.

Mysterious Pancha Rathas Temple At Mahabalipuram

Pancha Rathas is a monument complex at Mahabalipuram. The coastal city along the shores of Bay of Bengal was a major seaport of the ancient Pallava kingdom. It is currently one of the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Kalavantin Durg – The Most Dangerous Fortress of India

Kalavantin Durg, also known as Prabalgad fort, was constructed on the top of a spike of rock at a height of 686 m The fort is only accessible by ascending thousands of hand-carved steps which are known as the "climb to heaven".

Kumbhalgarh – The fort with the world’s second longest wall

Protecting a massive fort that contains over 300 ancient temples, the Kumbhalgarh wall extends over 36 Kilometers around the perimeter of the fort, making it the second-longest continuous wall on the planet after the Great Wall of China

The Mysterious Mustang Caves of Nepal

For many travelers, reaching Nepal's Mustang region is like arriving at the fabled valley of Shangri-La. It opened up to limited numbers of travelers in 1991.

12 Most Beautiful Stepwells In India

It is estimated that over 3,000 stepwells were built in the two northern states. Although many have fallen into disrepair, were silted in at some point in antiquity, or were filled in with trash in the modern era, hundreds of wells still exist. In New Delhi alone, there are more than 30.
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