do we keep an entrance or a gate or a boundary line? If you take a look
at the monumental structures in India, you'll know why. May be the gates
doesn't sound an interesting site to see, but if you take a look at the
huge massive structure of Buland Darwaza in Fatehpur Sikri, you will
witness the significance of the entrance with the walled city. It is
also the highest entrance gate of the Mughal era and the only one in the
world that belongs to the medieval times.
But gates aren't just stuck to the Mughals, there's the Charminar, the
Nawabi jewel of Hyderabad and the Gateway of India, definitely a sight
to see, when you are visiting Mumbai. And who can forget the modern
structural of India Gate, the pride of India as well as the British. A
memorial ground of the brave soldiers that died during the First World
The most popular landmark of the city of Hyderabad is the Charminar, a
historic monument with four graceful minarets. Built two years after the
founding of the Hyderabad to mark the end of an epidemic in the city, it
is often referred as the Arc of Triumph of the East
This "Arc-de-Triomphe" is the memorial ground situated in the
center of Delhi, commemorating for those 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost
their lives while fighting for the British army in the First World War.
of India, Mumbai
This grand and magnificent structure is a major landmark of the Mumbai
city. Also making the beginning point for those who want to explore the
city of dreams, Gateway of India is 26m high and is embellished with
Buland Darwaza is counted among one of the greatest architectural
achievements made by Emperor Akbar.
Famously known as the erstwhile capital built by Akbar the Great;
forgotten by time this magnificent city is still among one of the most
visited monuments in India as well as a prime excursion from Agra.