India Tours - Unleashing Historic Heritage
A land that has stood the testimony of time, India comes from the most advanced pages of civilization. India's history dates back to five thousand years, when its first major civilizations flourished in the Indus Valley. Since then, the country has been the object of love of all the powerful and powerful rulers of the world, who fought stubborn battles to make the country their own. Even now, as you embark on a whirlwind journey through India, be prepared to meet the countless relics of these dynasties. From the civilizations of Mohenjodaro and Harappa to the rise of the Aryans and then the Great Mughals and finally the British colonialists, they all left their mark on the local culture and way of life. But most of all, the many historical monuments that surround the Indian subcontinent are striking, which makes tours to India a whole,to learn about hidden treasures, to reconnect with the past on the way to self-discovery.
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European influence in Delhi:
India's historical origins can be best explored in the country's capital, Delhi. The city, plundered many times, has always risen from its own ashes like a phoenix. Numerous dynasties have had an enduring influence on Delhi's life, but the most recent has proven to be the most influential. Delhi was also the capital during the reign of the East India Company, so the city adopted various features of its European rulers. New Delhi is also known as Delhi Lutyens because it was named after the British architect Edwin Lutyens, who was responsible for much of the region's architectural design and construction during the British Empire. He laid the foundation for the city's central administrative district. The imposing Rashtrapati Bhavan, Rajpat, India Gate, Parliament House,Janpat and Connaught Place are all impressive structures inspired by Victorian architecture. All tour packages to India are incomplete without visiting this region of the country.
Prints of the Rajput and the Great Mughals in Rajasthan:
The clan of brave warriors of the Rajput was once the ruler of many cities in Rajasthan. During their reign, the state was decorated with its palaces and forts, even their successors, the Mughals, were great connoisseurs of art and architecture, and they also initiated various magnificent buildings in their province. Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort in Jaipur rank first among the most striking buildings. Hawa Mahal is a honeycomb structure with 953 beautifully ornamented windows overlooking Jaipur and was built for the royal ladies. The City Palace, located on the shores of Lake Pichola, is the most magnificent palace complex that exudes royal fervor. The impressive structures of Jaisalmer Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort and others have brought the name of Rajasthan to the world map.
UNESCO welcomed a group of Khajuraho monuments:
Built over 200 years from 950 to 1150, the group of ancient temples at Khajuraho amazed the world with their exquisite carvings and impressive architecture. Constructed from sandstone, these temples were built without the use of mortar and were assembled together with a groove and tenon. The exteriors of these temples contain curvature and carvings depicting sexual themes, women wearing makeup, musicians, farmers, and other examples from everyday life. These medieval Hindu and Jain temples are renowned primarily for their erotic sculpture and have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site . A visit to the temples rounds out the essence of India tours for history buffs.