India is home to 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, out of the 1121 such spots identified around the world. So far, only China, Italy, Spain, Germany, and France have more locations on the list than India.
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Need some inspiration for your next holiday? India is a perfect place to explore, with architecture, nature, and is pocket-friendly.
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List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India that are culturally and architecturally important…
From mosques to mausoleums to mangroves, these sites reveal India’s rich history.
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The beauty of train travel is that it offers the chance to discover so many diverse places in a relatively short time period. I love how you settle into a room that moves, each day delivering a new destination when you peel back the curtains.
On board India’s luxury train, the Maharajas’ Express, each and every day you are introduced to a fascinating new destination – most days offering more than one heritage site or cultural experience to immerse yourself in.
I was a lucky guest of the Indian Panorama itinerary – essentially 8 days of being spoiled by the luxury of the train and delighted by destinations it delivers you to. From world-famous monuments, to Mughal forts and Maharajas’ palaces, here are some of the incredible places in northern India you can discover on Maharajas’ Express excursions.
Maharajas’ Express Indian Panorama Route
Day 1 – Delhi
Our journey on the Maharajas’ Express begun and ended in Delhi and I wanted to take a little time to explore the city before beginning the 7-night rail journey.
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5 Indian Heritage Clusters every architecture student must travel for ultimate exposure; Shreya Banerjee; Tripoto
Real life learning experiences are always special.It gives a depth to our knowledge and clarity to our perception. And when the learning comes with a package of surprise, it becomes a memory forever.That is why its important to witness the process of evolution. What makes this ‘process of evolution’ a smooth affair ?? The answer is History.
When the context of history comes, India stands strong. Its evolution of architecture through the ages can drop your jaw, make you wonder with surprise and create an eternal impression. Different heritage clusters in India show craftsmanship, techniques and socio-cultural blend at its best.
My own experience as an architecture student emphasizes the justification even more. So all the architecture folks out there, what’s the wait for ?? pack you bags, take sketchbook and camera and start to explore…
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