You might have seen Taj Mahal in pictures several times, but experiencing its incredible beauty in person will let you understand why this UNESCO World Heritage Site is accolades for being the real epitome of love. Build by Emperor Shah Jahan in memories of his loving wife Mumtaz Mahal, this mausoleum is studded beautifully with precious stones, intricate floral designs, and calligraphy to leave you breathless.
The breathtakingly impressive monument, Konark’s Sun Temple is world-famous for astonishing architectural amazement of the 13th Century. Recognized for being the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient Odishan temple exhibits pristine repositories of glorified Kalinga’s culture and grace. Popular as the Sun Temple, the prodigious place homes over 100 holy shrines, and famous for decorating beautiful alleyways serving intricately carved chariot of Sun God, Surya.
Standing erratically from 1570, Humayun’s Tomb is the historic site in Delhi that is famous for being one among the World UNESCO Heritage Site, although, it also holds great cultural significance for being the first garden-tomb featuring Persian elegance in its architectural beauty. Build by Empress Bega Begum, the arched of this tomb is inlaid beautifully with several bands of red sandstone and white marble, following strict rules of Islamic elegant geometrical significance.
Another World UNESCO Heritage Site in Delhi, Red Fort Complex was built as the palace fort of Shahjahanabad, the newest capital of Mughal’s fifth emperor Shah Jahah. The fort was designated as UNESCO World Heritage site in 2007. Reflecting beautiful amalgam of Hindu, Persian and Timurid traditions in its each pavilion, architectural planning of this epic fort based on the Islamic prototypes.