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India is sanctified with number of world heritage monuments showcasing the incredible architecture and elaborate work. The monuments of India are living evidence which pull us back to that fastidious era and helps us in exploring the history of India. Indian monuments have a singular and amazing unique architecture which tell us the story of former era. Monuments of India are measured as the real treasure and are conserved with great importance. Behind each monument there is an essential sense of anonymity, intrigue and romance. Five thousand years of Indian History has given us the treasure of thousands of monuments across the country, monuments belonging to Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and Christians. The monuments of India are not only fairy tales carved out of stones, bricks, and mortar narrating the tales of heroism and bravery of Indian rulers.The celebrated monuments of India attract tourist from all over the world. Visit India in order to demonstration the miraculous beauty of Indian monuments.
Indian Monuments
  Jantar Mantar   Qutub minar   Red Fort  
Jantar Mantar
Jantar Mantar was contructed in the year AD 1724 and is located near Connaught Place, which lies in the heart of Delhi's commercial center. Jantar Mantar is an observatory built by the Raja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur (1699-1743) who was an honored noble in the Mughal court during the Aurungzeb era. Delhi's Jantar Mantar is the first of the five observatories of its type in India. Today Jantar Mantar in Delhi is one of the major heritage tourist attractions of Delhi.
Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar, the world's tallest brick minaret, is a significant evidence of commencement of Mughal Empire in India. This victory tower built by Qutub-ud-in Aibak, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Red Fort
The Red Fort or Lal Quila, with its wall extending upto 2 kms in length is one of the most stunning and magnificient monuments of the Mughal Architecture and was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between AD 1638 and AD 1648. The surroundings of the Red Fort in Delhi is now a busy market place, known as the Meena Bazaar, which is famous for its collections of antiques, ivory jewellery and miniature paintings. The Red fort contains all the expected trappings of the centre of Mughal government such as halls of public and private audience, plush private apartments, domed and arched marble palaces, mosque and elaborately designed beautiful gardens. The Diwan-i-Khas where the private audiences were granted is made of marble, with its centre-piece of the Peacock Throne, which was studded with rare and valuable rubies and gems. The Royal Baths, the Shahi Burj and the Moti Masjid are some of the attractions eclosed within the monument. Every year the Indian Prime Minister of India addresses the nation from this Fort on India's Independence Day. The Rang Mahal, which is another attraction of the Fort used to be the palace of Emperor's wives and mistresses.