Tourist attraction of Khajuraho Temples

India is a land of beautiful places and Khjuraho is one of the most remarkable and magnificent place.It is situated at the heart of Central India that is Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the most favored destinations for the tourists of India as well as foreigners. It’s a culturally rich place and a tourist hotspot. In fact, it is one of the favorite destinations for Indian as well foreign tourists. At Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, there is a group of magnificent temples. These temples were built between 9th and 10th centuries by Chandela dynasty. Temples of Khajuraho hold the attention of a visitor with their sculptural art, which is so exquisite and intricate, that one cannot even dream of cloning it now. Perfect in execution and sublime in expressions these Khajuraho temples are a dedication to the womanhood. The artist’s creative instincts have beautifully captured various facets and moods of life in stone. These temples are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The dynasty which built these temples was the most dominated dynasty in Central India at that time. All 25 temples at Khajuraho represent the brilliant burst of artistic flowering that took place under the Chandela dynasty. Khajuraho was the peacetime capital of Chandela rulers. These temples are hidden in the dense forest and this is the main reason that they escaped the ravages of the Islamic invaders. But as these are very remotely located they remained abandoned for a very long period of time for almost 700 years. These were rediscovered by Captain TS Burt of Bengal Engineers in 1838.

Pilgrimage of Sikh….The Golden Temple

The Golden Temple is the spiritual centre of the Sikh Religion.It is located in the heart of the city Amritsar (Punjab) and was built in between 1589 and 1601. It is a superb example of synthesis of Islamic and Hindu styles of architecture. It is the Sikh community’s holiest shrine.It is surrounded by a maze of lanes and 18 fortified gateways.  The foundation stone of this temple was laid by a Muslim saint, Ian Mir. In 1761 it was almost destroyed by an Afghan invader named Ahmad Shah Abdali but was rebuilt by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. He was the ruler of Punjab and he not only rebuilt it but also covered the dome in gold and its interiors were embellished with lavish decoration.

Tourist attractions of Delhi

Delhi is the third largest city in India. It is the capital of India and has the population of about 14 million. Many rulers have ruled India from Delhi and this place is of great importance in the Indian history. All the contrasts and contradictions of India is particularly visible in the capital. The monuments and ruins of the historical era is scattered throughout the city along with the modern structures and high-rise towers. In the old Delhi you will come across the Mughal- built monuments and congested souk-like bazaars and on the other hand the New Delhi are will catch your attention with its wide avenues, grand vistas and colonial mansions.

Tourist attractions of Vijayawada

Vijayawada is the third largest city of Andhra Pradesh. The main river that a flow there is river Krishna .Towards the northern bank of river Krishna the city of Vijayawada is strategically located charmingly and this river makes the city fully fertile. Vijayawada is a wonderful tourist destination. For the coastal region of Andhra Pradesh the city of Vijayawada is said to be the commercial hub. In the present times this city has become one of the most popular business centers in South India. Other name for this city is “Bezawada” and it is bounded three sides by the Indrakiladri Hills. It is not only famous for its spicy south Indian food but it is also a very flourishing city commercially, industrially and culturally.

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