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Rabdentse Ruins

Rabdentse RuinsRabdentse was acknowledged to be the second capital of Sikkim. With the passing time, Rabdentse was desolated and ravages of time turned the royal capital into…

Barabati Fort

Location: 8 km from the heart of Cuttack Founded In: Initially in 11th century and reestablished in 14th century Significance: The moat, elaborately carved gateway and the…

Orissa Monuments

A land of great cultural heritage, Orissa is home to numerous monuments of historical importance. With history of the state stretching back to more than 2 thousand years, Orissa…

Maharashtra Caves

The amazing caves situated at Maharashtra showcase the age-old culture and rich legacy of the state. Some of these caves, like Elephanta Caves, Karkla Caves and Bhaja Caves,…

Maharashtra Forts

For those who are interested in exploring the rich past of Maharashtra, there are no better places to visit than its magnificent forts. Each and every fort in this Indian state…

Maharashtra Monuments

Maharashtra, one of the leading industrial states in India, is known throughout the world for being home to a large number of historical monuments. These monuments today stand as…

Mashru and Himroo

Amongst the main districts of Maharashtra that are known for exquisite handicrafts is Aurangabad. The most famous crafts of the city comprise of Bidriware, Mashru and Himroo…

Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Caves are one of the most magnificent Buddhist caves in the whole of India. They are situated at a distance of approximately 100 km from Aurangabad and 40 km from Jalgaon.…

Caves in Ajanta

There are thirty caves at Ajanta and some of them date back to as far back as the 2nd century BC. These caves are dedicated to the Buddhist religion and have been declared as a…