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Regionwise Monuments of India

Taj Mahal in Agra - Uttar PradeshWelcome to the country of endless monument splendour - India. There is hardly an area where you won't find a monument. These mute witnesses are a very vital part of Indian cultural heritage. You won't need a guide to explain their historic significance. One glimpse at their grandeur and you'll know it yourself.Qutb Minar in Delhi - India

While Delhi still has remains of the seven distinctive capital cities, the imperial remnants of Mughal cities of Fatehpur Sikri and Agra ensamples a beautiful blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Chandigarh, the capital of both Punjab and Haryana, is the only Indian city to have been designed and planned by a single architect - Le Corbusier. Once associated with the princely courts of Oudh and then with the British, Lucknow's every street still lingers with the finest monuments of the bygone era.

The forts and palaces situated in the desert cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer vividly testify to the glorious history of these princely states. Bikaner too has echoes of the past in its sandstone palace, temples and cenotaphs. The central region's main attraction is temple complex of Khajuraho, where each temple can be distinguished by its exquisitely stone carved spires and walls.

Western India is the abode of some of the most magnificent temples, caves and fortresses. If Maharashtra's hallmark is the spectacular rock-cut caves of Ajanta & Ellora and coast side forts such as Sinhgad and Pratapgad; then Daman and Diu are two charming little colonial towns near Gujarat with whitewashed churches and tile-roofed villas. Last but not the least; do not forget to witness the temple grandeur of the Golden Triangle of the East - Bhubaneswar, Puri and Konark.

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