The UNESCO World heritage site depicts a 73-metre tall tapering tower with five storeys, a 14.3 metres base diameter that reduces to 2.7 metres at the top of the peak.
Tourism demand for the Taj Mahal is so great that India is opening up its most famous treasure on selected nights. Find out when you can see the dazzling structure after the sun sets.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), one of the busiest train stations in the country, has ranked second on the list of World’s Most Amazing Railway Stations in a report released by Wonderlist. The said list also has names of railway stations from across the world that are not just mere railway stations but are also ‘architectural triumphs as well as historical relics’.
The Ajanta Caves in the Indian state of Maharashtra are a standing testimony to the impeccable artists of ancient India. Depicting the teaching of the Buddha, the Caves were discovered accidently in the year 1819 by a British official…
Sunset at the Taj Mahal? Yes, please.
It’s amazing what people were able to create hundreds of years ago, before modern technology existed.
Once completed, this will possibly be India’s longest flyover. Officials of the park said the flyover would help secure the free movement of the animals.
Newly designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site, India’s ‘Pink City’ is a treasure trove of gastronomic and architectural delights…
There’s no better time to pack that backpack and head off into the misty mountains of the Himalayas, the backwaters of Kerala, the beaches of Goa.
The Indian Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Prahalad Singh Patel on Saturday inaugurated the first-ever architectural LED illumination at the…
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The Kaas plateau witnessed fewer blooms this year so far due to excessive rainfall, particularly in the first three weeks of August.
Source: Rashtrakuta Dynasty
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According to sources the UNESCO shared the announcement on Twitter. “Just inscribed as @UNESCO #WorldHeritage Site: Jaipur City in Rajasthan, #India.
The 94 heritage buildings in the Victorian Gothic and Art Deco Ensemble of Mumbai are all set to get explanatory plaques, maps, way-finder arrows and QR Codes…
After centuries of slavery, our freedom does not merely confer on us a cluster of rights, but a huge constellation of responsibilities.