Nalanda University (Bihar) :-
Nalanda is the name of an ancient university in Bihar, India. The site of Nalanda is located about 55 miles south east of Patna. Nalanda complex was a religious center of learning from the 5th century AD to 12th century AD.The complex was built on the area of 14 hectares, and at its peak, the university attracted scholars and students all the way from Tibet, China, Persia and even Greece. Nalanda complex was ransacked and totally destroyed by a Turkish Muslim army in 12th century AD.
Sun Temple (Orissa) :-
The glorious Sun Temple is also known by other names such as Konark, Arkakshetra, and Konaditya. This beautiful monument was built by the King Narasimhadeva in the thirteenth century is one of the grandest temples of India.Here in temple there are wheels using which one can calculate time and it is 100% accurate
Mysore Palace (Karnataka):-
Mysore Palace was built as a royal residence for the Wodeyar kings. This palace is adorned with beautiful pink domes over its three-storied structure. It has beautifully carved doors and tastefully decorated rooms showcasing the opulence of the ruling dynasty.
Taj Mahal(Agra) :-
Taj Mahal (also “the Taj”), the pinnacle of Mughal architecture, It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his queen Mumtaz Mahal. I dont think there is requirement for description of The Taj….
Sanchi Stupa (Madhya Pradesh):-
Sanchi Stupa is one of the best preserved stone structures in India and it houses sacred Buddhist relics. This fascinating construction, with its peculiar dome shape, immediately intrigues its visitors. The stupa is located in spellbinding lush green surroundings and its view is simply breathtaking.
Ajanta and Ellora caves (Maharashtra) :-
Situated near Aurangabad, Maharashtra, AJANTA and ELLORA caves are famous for the paintings . Its gorgeous and magnificent paintings on the ceilings and the carvings on the walls of the of the caves are spectacualr and a treat to look at! It’s a remarkable achievement that our ancestors have created such a wonderful engineering marvel around 1000 years back!
Hawa Mahal (Rajasthan):-
The most famous landmark of Rajasthan, this magnificent palace attracts thousands of foreign and domestic visitors everyday! Hawa Mahal is built with pink and red sand stones, delicately outlined with white borders and traditional designs to make it an exotic location. It is also known as the Palace of Windsas.