India is a land of traditions, values , and strong religious beliefs. There are many mysterious and beautiful places in India that were built years ago. They reflect the importance of royal culture, traditions, values, and religion. These architectural wonders date back to ancient times and will amaze you.
Here are Some Offbeat And Some Famous Places In India
The Red Fort
The Red Fort was built by Shah Jahan while moving his capital from Agra to Delhi. This is a monument to red sandstone and is an art of the Mughal era. It is home to several museums displaying precious art. The Indian prime minister hoists the national flag every year on Independence Day in this red castle. Located on the banks of the Yamuna River in the Old Delhi area, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Sun Temple Konark
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sun Konark Temple is located on the northeast corner of Puri and serves as a major tourist attraction in Orissa. The temple was built in honor of the great chariot of the Sun-god, depicted by seven horses, four on the left and three on the right, and three statues dedicated to the Sun god on three different sides. The sun temple in Konark is the only permanent structure built before the 15th century. It has a museum of archeology inside the temple. It is the most important tourist attraction of the Orissa and Konark dance festival held in February and attracts millions of visitors. There is a diamond in the center of the idol where the sun’s rays reach Nata Mandir reflect. The giant deity was believed to be floating in the middle of the air due to the arrangement of strong magnets on top of the temple, but this was removed as it caused a shipwreck. The temple is called the black pagoda and was attacked by Muslim forces several times. The temple is located on the Nagara construction site.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site covered in the valleys of the Karnataka region, Hampi is a historic visit. It is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. It is home to beautifully carved ancient temples, street markets, remnants of the Kingdom of Vijaynagar. It served as the capital of the city of Vijayanagar around 1500 AD. It was the second-largest city in the world at that time. It is a mysterious ruin with a mysterious place. Modern facilities are not allowed in a large area to keep the ancient sense of place alive.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
The second-largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. It has fields of bamboo and eucalyptus trees and protects endangered species. You will find ginger fields and paddy fields too. There are 216 species of birds in the park. There is a huge variety of land and water animals and reptiles here as well as tigers, panthers, bison, bears, etc.