Taj Mahal an epitome of love made by Shahjahan for his beloved wife. It also became a perfect example of Mughal art, where white marble was the prime ingredient. Read More
Sanchi Stupa in Bhopal
One of the oldest stone structure commenced by the great ruler Ashoka, was seen as a pride and imperial heritage of Sanchi. Sanchi Stupa Highlights a huge mound at the center, which is covered with rubble, dirt and stone then enclosed with bricks and then painted. Read More
Tomb of Sher Shah Suri in Bihar
This monument was constructed for the founder and a great ruler of Suri Empire, Sher Shah Suri in northern India after defeating the Mughal Emperor. This monument is a fusion of Indo Islamic architecture, which stances its glory in the middle of a lake. ReadMore
This is the last monument constructed in the Mughal style, by Shuja-ud-Daulah. Safdarjung’s tomb is built in the style of Humayun’s tomb in red sandstone and buff stone. Read More
The fort is remarkable and well-preserved heritage structure in India. Though the prime aim to build fort was for military operations but later on acted as a tourist place. It is said that those King who had more number of Forts was considered to be more powerful.
Method of Construction
King always choose the location and the material to be use before the construction of any fort or tombs. Most of the forts were constructed on the flat space.
The mud and brick were the main ingredients for the construction in the ancient and medieval India. As hill forts requires different rocks as compare to arid place that requires different material.
Qutab Minar was created in the year 1193 by Qutub-ud-din-aibak, proved to be an excellent sample of Islamic architecture. It is built in a red and buff sandstone, considered to be the highest tower in India. Read More
It is considered to be the India’s most outstanding citadels, which came in possession of Bahmani dynasty. Lying in the west of Hyderabad city, the Golkunda’s fort derives from Telugu word “Golla Konda” which means shepherd’s hills. Read More
One of the largest forts in the world, the Jaisalmer fort is situated in the state of Rajasthan. It was built by Rawal Jaiswal, on the highest point of the Tricuta hills in the 1156 year. Read More
The magnificent monuments located in Madhya Pradesh were one of the most wonderful ancient Indian architecture. It was built in a Dravidian-style shrine, with the wall inlaid in yellow, blue, and green tiles.
This is one of the most famous forts built in the year 1537 in Karnataka. The architectural style of the fort is in Indo Islamic and Persian styles. Srirangapatnam Fort or Tipu sultan fort has four main entrances known by the names of Delhi, Elephanta caves, Mysore, and Bangalore. Read More
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