Soaring 73 meters towards the heaven, Qutub Minar in Delhi, is the world’s second tallest minaret standing intricately from 1193. Erected by sandstones bearing Islamic calligraphies taken from the holy Quran, Qutub Minar admires the fortitude of Qutbuddin Aibak who initiated Muslim dominance in India. Accolades for being the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the grand mosque is surrounded by scenic coalesce of Indo-Islamic architectural brilliance.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khajuraho group of monuments in Madhya Pradesh, is recognized for depicting erotic artwork embellishing 800 years old craving of medieval heritage. North India’s most popular attractions, Khajuraho exhibits a true sense of timelessness engraved liberally its magnificent sculptures. Get amazed by witnessing wondrous colligations of Hinduism and Jainism temples depicting architectural brilliance that stands intricately from 1150 AD.
Home to magnificent temples, pristine monasteries, ancient palaces, and monolithic pillars, Sanchi comprises a group of Buddhist monuments revealing the existence of oldest Buddhist sanctuary. Recognized for being India’s largest stone structure, this UNESCO World Heritage Site amidst Great Stupa residing numerous secrets to give your child-like curiosity a triggering start.
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi was the yesteryear capital of Vijayanagara, the greatest Hindu Empire in India. Flaunting fantastical crucibles of finest creativity, this southern gem is no more than a paradise for art lovers. Group of Monuments at Hampi is world-famous for housing a stark landscape rambling nearly 1600 majestic ruins of the ancient century, gravity-defying granite cliffs, and verdant banana plantations.
January to April
07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
INR 600 per person (Including Entry fee & Audio Guide)