Wonders of Indian Architecture: A Journey Through Time

Red Fort

In Delhi, the Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a commanding reminder of Mughal authority.

Red Fort

The Mughal rulers' center of power was situated within its imposing red sandstone walls, which were embellished with elaborate carvings and massive entrances.

Taj Mahal

Agra's ivory-white marble monument, the Taj Mahal, is a world-famous example of Indo-Islamic architecture.

Khajuraho Temple

The Khajuraho Temples are a collection of Hindu temples set within the beautiful countryside of Madhya Pradesh.

Khajuraho Temple

They are well-known for their elaborate sculptures that portray a variety of subjects, including sensual art.

Golden Temple

The shimmering reflection in the Amrit Sarovar, the holy pool surrounding the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine in the Sikh faith, is a captivating sight.


Located in Karnataka on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, Hampi is home to an impressive array of ruins,


including palaces, temples, and defenses that all attest to the city's previous splendor.

Meenakshi Temple

In Madurai, Tamil Nadu, the Meenakshi Temple honors the goddess Meenakshi and is a stunning example of Dravidian architecture.

Ellora Cave

Maharashtra's Ellora Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are evidence of ancient India's architectural prowess.

Jama Masjid

One of the biggest mosques in India, the Jama Masjid, is located in Delhi and is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture.

Hawa Mahal

Located in Jaipur, Rajasthan, the Hawa Mahal, popularly called the "Palace of Winds," is a distinctive five-story building.

Ajanta Cave

Ancient Buddhist murals can be seen in abundance in the Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.