Top 10 Ancient Cities in India, Why You Must Visit them.

Top 10 Ancient Cities in India, Why You Must Visit them.

India is famous for its historical art, culture, and traditions. In history, it had been inhabited by various foreign lines such as Turks, Mughals, Afghan, and British.  It displays the colors from each stream of people. 

Visiting India is an experience in itself while enjoying diversity and enriched culture. We have gathered top10 cities to visit in India. Contact any travel agency in India to make experience a historical one. 

1.  Varanasi

When visiting Varanasi, you feel a whole instant rush of religious and spiritual emotions. The city is packed with a number of historical temples and holds honor to be the birth place of Lord Shiva. Dashashwamedh by the Bank of Ganges is a sacred Aarti place. 

People visit this city for their eternal wellbeing and as a sign of salvation from the cycle of rebirth. Don’t miss visiting Ramnagar Fort which speaks the best of Indian history and monarch. 

2. Madurai

The oldest city in the South India holds the Meenakshi Temple which reminds us Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Thirupparankundram Temple must be your next destination to stop by. It is built in the name of Lord Murugan and Devasena. It is situated on the hill and neighbored by an Islamic Shrine. It is a piece of architecture to witness. 

Pay homage to the Gandhi Museum which is a speaking picture of freedom movement against British. 

3. Munnar

The busiest hill spot with a cool climate in South India can be none other than Munnar. With the tea planted on a wide area of land and Anamudi as the highest peak, it is one of the most scenic towns in the country. 

Eravikulam National Park is the biodiversity conservation center. Lakkam, Attukkal Nyayamakkad & Anayirangal are the attractive spots for visitors from vacation trips due to a number of fresh waterfalls. 

4. Puri

Make your way to the 4th Holy city of Puri to witness the sacred Jagannath Mandir. Rath Yatra and Nava Kalebara are the most celebrated festives of the town. With Bay of Bengal on its border, it stands out with the most attractive coastline.

5. Delhi

Delhi appears across the board as the beautiful blend of modernity and traditional culture. Reminding us of the Mughal Emperor, it hosts Jamia Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort, India Gate, and Qutub Minar. 

Lotus Temple is the perfect exhibition of modern architecture. Visit the Bangla sahib, the religious place of Sikh community. Hauz Khas and Chandni Chowk are the culinary corners worth visiting. 

6. Jaipur

Jaipur is the well captured picture of the historical royalty with a number of palaces, forts, and havelis. Amber Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal Palace are the most royal palaces to visit. 

Jantar Mantar with an installed sun dial to observe planetary movement is an exciting venue for visitors. Enjoy the delicious Rajasthani Cuisine to enjoy local flavors. 

7. Agra

Taj Mahal being one of the seven wonders of world is the most enchanting spot. As one of the most celebrated fort, it reminds us of Mughal Emperors. Mehtab Bagh in near vicinity is an additional treat. Fatehpur Sikri and adjoining village of Shilpgram is a portraying picture of art and culture. 

8.  Ajanta & Ellora Caves

These caves are inspired by the Buddhist culture. The caves of Ajanta (29) and Ellora (34) hold the live depiction of Buddhism. Serving as the sign of perfection and intricateness, these caves speak of the historical excellence. 

Kailasa Temple, Bibi ka Maqbara, and the Daulatabad Fort with attached pilgrims are the favorite tourist attractions. A walk from Ajanta to Ellora caves will let you buy precious stones and souvenirs. 

9. Amritsar

The Golden Temple of Sikhs is the most visited pilgrimage round the world. The temple is the home of the largest community kitchen. If you are a community server, then this place should be you next stop. Sadda Pind (theme park) is the home of the true colors of Punjab culture and its cuisine. 

The fascinating details of local culture and freedom movement of 1947 can be witnessed at Gobindgarh Fort and Partition Museum. Head towards Wagah border to witness the scenic parade in morning and evening hours. 

10. Pushkar

The Camel fare is the most famous of the town which takes place by Pushkar Lake. It brings forth the true colors of Rajhastani Culture. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it has Mahadeva Temple with all its spiritual tinges. Bath at the Pushkar Lake is famous for the salvation from the cycle of birth. 

Naga Pahar stands as the most glorious hill in the town partitioning Ajmer and Pushkar. Enjoy camel cart ride by the Bank of Man Mahal which has a temple inside. 

 

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