THE SEVEN WONDERS OF INDIA AND WHY THEY’RE SO RENOWNED

India is a land of wonder. In every state, there is something to see. And worth seeing, not being able to travel thousands of miles but which people should you see first? India is diverse in topography, heritage, culture, language, and ethics. The country is known for its rich and inspiring historical stories and heroes. India’s historical monuments talk a lot about these historical stories and also give us 7 wonders of India

India is a land of diversity, art, and culture and is reflected in the seven wonders of India. All things considered, here are seven we believe are acceptable up-and-comers. Surprises include a monument, places of worship, even a university, and an amazing tomb. Let’s take a look.

The Seven Wonders Of India:

1. Taj Mahal in Agra

 Taj Mahal in Agra
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The Taj Mahal was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for being “the jewel of Muslim art in India and the world’s most humble masterpiece of world cultural heritage”. 

A huge marble mausoleum, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by the order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, is an ornament of Muslim art in India and around the world. It is located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and was built 20 years with the help of 20,000 laborers, artisans, and even a thousand elephants. 

Many consider it the best example of Mughal architecture and a symbol of India’s rich history.  Today, it is recorded as one of the 7 wonders of India. He was invincible and imagined a monument that would suit his love Book Taj Mahal in Agra Trip.

2. The Golden Temple in Amritsar

The Golden Temple in Amritsar
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The Golden Temple, also known as Harminder Sahib, is an amazing temple that is the holy seat of Sikhs all over the world and its main focus is in Amritsar, which literally means the aspiration of nectar. The Golden Temple represents Sikh heritage and rich history. 

The Golden Temple is famous for its complete golden dome. The temple is built on a 67 square foot marble structure and is a two-story structure. Maharaja Ranjit Singh placed a leaf in the upper half of the building which contained about 400 kg of gold leaf. 

The Holy Granth Sahib is kept here and the gold-plated temple has an amazing copper dome and white marble body. The fourth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Ram Das, who initially built a pond here, founded Amritsar, which contains the Golden Temple or Harminder Sahib Book The Golden Temple in Amritsar Trip.

3. Hampi Temple in Hampi

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Hampi has a rich history of architecture. It is famous for the ruins of the medieval kingdom of Vijayanagar, which is also a World Heritage Site. The monolithic statues and monuments in the temples of Hampi are also tourist attractions and are one of the 7 wonders of India. It has many Hindu temples, most of which support Vedanta myths.

 For Shiva, the Virupaksha temple is the most prominent of all the temples in Hampi. It is also known as the Pampapathi Temple. A neighboring town in Vijayanagar of the Vijayanagara Empire, culture flourished in Hampi in ancient times.

 It was part of the ancient Indian Empire of Vijayanagara, whose rulers were known for their love of art and culture. Some of the notable temples are the Virupaksha Temple, the Queen’s Bath, and the Vittala Temple Complex Book Hampi Temple in Hampi Trip.

4. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Madhya Pradesh

 The Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Madhya Pradesh
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The Khajuraho Group of Monuments is a group of Hindu and Jain temples in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, India, about 175 km southeast of Jhansi. Khajuraho is known for its amazing and wonderful Hindu and Jain temples and its jaw-dropping status. 

The artwork is amazing and the sculpture depicts romance, love, and spirituality at the same time. It is a monument dedicated to works of art all over the world. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

The temples are famous for their nagara-style architectural symbol and their erotic sculptures. The distance and loneliness of Khajuraho saved Hindu and Jain temples from destruction by the Muslims Book The Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Madhya Pradesh Trip. 

5. The Monolithic Gomateshwara Statue in Shravanabelagola

The Monolithic Gomateshwara Statue in Shravanabelagola
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It is 57 feet high monolithic and is located at Vindhyagiri in the Indian state of Karnataka. It was built by the minister of the Ganga Dynasty during AD 981. 

The statue was first erected in honor of Jane Tirthankaras’s grandson Bahubali (Gomateshwara) when he stood and was saved for a year. It is so long that it can be seen from a distance of 30 km. It is one of the 7 wonders of India. It is a symbol of peace, non-violence, the sacrifice of worldly affairs, and a simple life after Jainism. 

During the Maha Masak-Abhishek ceremony, every 12 to 14 years, this is the best time to visit the place. During the program, the sculpture is washed with gallons of water, honey, milk, and a variety of sandalwood paste Book The Monolithic Gomateshwara Statue in Shravanabelagola Trip.

6. Nalanda University in Bihar

Nalanda University in Bihar
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Nalanda, founded in the 5th century AD, is known as the ancient seat of learning. Although Buddhists visited Nalanda several times during their lifetimes, the famous Buddhist center gained fame during the 5th-12th centuries. 

The ruins of the world’s oldest university are located here, 62 km south of Bodhgaya and 90 km south of Patna. He also gave a clear account of the environment and architecture of this unique ancient university. 

Today’s Nalanda University in Patna is the oldest and most prestigious seat of education in the country. It is one of the oldest universities in the world and it is believed that even students from China, Greece, Tibet, and Persia came here to study Book Nalanda University in Bihar Trip.

7. Konark Sun Temple of Odisha

Konark Sun Temple of Odisha
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Due to its dark color, the Konark Sun Temple, also known as the Black Pagoda, was built in 1255 by Narasimhadeva I, king of the Eastern Ganga dynasty, on the banks of the river Chandrabhgha. 

This sanctuary is devoted to the Sun God and is situated in Konark, Orissa. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Konark Sun Temple is known for its unique architecture.

 The Sun Temple, the beach, rich culture, and heritage make Konark one of the most popular tourist destinations in Odisha and it is one of the 7 wonders of India. From its geometric patterns and maps, the wheels act as the dial of the sun Book Konark Sun Temple of OdishaTrip.

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