Do you know what attracts the foreigners most in our country? Definitely, they love the food here but it is still not the most attracting thing to them.
One thing that captures everyone’s heart in India is the beautiful architecture skills and what could be a better place than forts and palaces in India?
We have made a list of the most visited places in India by the foreigners. Make sure that you too pay a visit to these beauties if you haven’t!
These 5 places describe the beauty of the culture and skills of the country very well.
1. Meherangarh Fort- A masterpiece from the lands of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The fort of Rajasthan is 400 feet above the city and at the top, you will get views of the city. The powerful aura captivates every visitor’s heart. It is one of the largest forts in India.
2. Taj Mahal- World’s no.1 wonder is the heart of the country. It had to be in the list of the most visited places in India every year. It is situated in India and was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz. A masterpiece made of white marble shines best in the moon light.
3. Khajuraho Temple- Khajuraho Temples are famous for its erotic wall cravings. It is also known as ‘Symbol of Medieval Heritage’. The town Khajuraho had 80 temples earlier and today just 22 of them are open to public. Khajuraho is situated in Madhya Pradesh near the city Jabalpur.
4. Amer Fort – Jaipur, also known as “The Pink City” is again famous for its forts, palaces and monuments has the most amazing Amer Fort situated in Amber, 11 Kilometres from Jaipur. It is one of the oldest forts, which is built by the Raja Man Singh in 1592. This fort is made from the blend of red sandstone and marble.
5. Mysore Maharajahs Palace (Amba Vilas) – It is in South of India and a very popular place among foreigners. Both the exterior and interior of the Palace are magnificent. The interior is full of creativity; here you will get teak ceilings with Italian crystal chandeliers, carved marble handrails, gilded pillared halls, and stained-glass windows. It took 15 years to make this monument.
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