The Rock-cut Jain monuments of Gwalior, India

Tirthankara Jain sculptures are one of finest attractions in ancient city of Gwalior, india. These sculptures also shows off the architectural skills of minorities of Jainism.

The Buddhas of Bamiyan

Built in the 6th century before Islam had traveled to the central Afghanistan region, the two Buddhas of Bamiyan were famous for their beauty, craftsmanship and of course, size. The taller of the two Buddhas stood at more than 170 feet high, with the second statue at nearly 115 feet. They were once the world’s largest standing Buddhas.

Universities of Ancient India

Most Indians today are well aware of the two famous ancient universities of India which also are one of the oldest universities in the world – Takshashila University (Taxila) and Nalanda. But are these the only knowledge centers that existed in ancient India?

30 Beautiful and Amazing Photos of Hampi ruins

Ancient Vijayanagar, now known as the village of Hampi was the capital of the greatest and one of the most famed Hindu Kingdom of Vijaynagar. Located...

Chand Baori: World’s Largest and Most Visually Striking Stepwell

Chand Baori stepwell was built during the 8th and 9th centuries and has 3,500 narrow steps arranged in perfect symmetry, which descend 20m to the bottom of the well.

Awe-Inspiring Ruins Of Hampi

The ruins of Hampi, once a grand city in the Indian state of Karnataka, were once home to around 500,000 people in the Vijayanagara Empire, and filled with Hindu temples. The abandoned city is now dotted with hundreds of individual ruins, home to countless architectural wonders.

Taxila – World’s Oldest University

The Taxila university was a hub of over 10,000 students swarming in from different parts of the world to garner knowledge and education.

Magnificent Ruins Of The Ancient City Of Persepolis

Once the stunning capital of the Persian Empire, Persepolis was lost to the world for almost nineteen hundred years, buried in the dirt of southwestern Iran until the 17th century.

2800 Years Old Megalithic Site Of Hire benkal

One of the largest prehistoric megalithic settlements where some funerary monuments are still intact remains hidden away owing to lack of any conservation or development by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
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