News

Loading...

Saturday, 2 February 2013

Enjoy the Cultural Place in Arunachal Pradesh



Arunachal Pradesh has one of the oldest histories in India with a large variety of historical monuments and unique historical places in India. Arunachal Pradesh is widely visited by numerous travelers from all over the world. The historical significance in Arunachal has resulted in increased tourism opportunities. These places are the backbone of the tourism industry of the state. Important historical places in Arunachal Pradesh include Bhalukpong, Talung Dzong, Dikang Dzong, Gyuto Tantric University, Jameri, Dimachung-Betali and the Lha-gyala Gonpa. Some of the most historical places which speaks about the history and culture of Arunachal Pradesh are the Ita Fort and Bhishmaknagar Fort.

Ita Fort:

Ita Fort is one of the main tourist attraction and one of the most important historical places in India, and the state Arunachal Pradesh. This fort was built under the rule of Ahom Dynasty and the construction dates back to as early as the 14th and 15th century. This fort is located in the middle of Papum Pare district of Itanagar. The fort is inspiring but highly irregular structure of the fort is said to be built with over 8 million bricks, 45 cubic meters of stone and is known to have been made by 4600 man-days. The place is not very construction friendly, which gives Ita Fort an even greater uniqueness. Ita fort has 3 entrances with gates located on the eastern, western and southern fronts. It is a pride and one of the most important historical places of Arunachal Pradesh. So the capital Itanagar also has been derived its name from the famous Ita Fort. ‘Ita’ (literally means ‘brick’ in Ahom dialect), and Ita Fort translates to Fort of Bricks.

The Buddhist Temple This is a new but beautiful yellow - roofed shrine. It rises from well-maintained grounds behind a stupo tree planted by His Holiness The Dalai Lama. The grounds of the temple offer a beautiful view of the Itanagar Town.

Bhismaknagar Fort:

Bhismaknagar Fort is one of the most admired archeological sites. Holy heritage destinations in Arunachal Pradesh are the Bhismaknagar Fort, which is broadly visited by several tourists every year. Bhismaknagar is known as the holy heritage site of the Idu Mishmis, who belong to the ancient tribal communities of Arunachal Pradesh.…





Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Awesome Historical Places of Madhya pardesh

Madhya Pradesh is having a rich ancient historical places. The state exhibits a landscape left out with various trademark preferences of the rulers. It also maintains difference for nestling 3 well-known World Heritage Sites, as declared by UNESCO namely Khajuraho temples, Bhimbetka Caves and Sanchi Buddhist monuments.

Each of the historical places in India is an architectural representation that give up a tribute to the rulers under whose rule it saw construction. While the temples and Sanchi monuments represents the beauty attainable in stone, Bhimbetka Caves pictorially represents the majesty of art. Apart from this, Madhya pradesh also conserves many other monuments. Each monument of the state sigh out an unique story of its own. Among the monuments there are some famous historical places in India.

Rajwada Palace:

Rajwada Palace is an superb fusion of French, Mughal & Maratha architectural style and is an inheritance of the Holkar rulers in Indore. With a 200 years of old history, this seven-storied structure is an impressive monument in the heart of the city. Its upper floors are made of wood and the lower three floors are made of stone. The place endures three fire breakouts. Among them the most distressing one in 1984. The debris of the stern portion, with landscaped gardens & ponds, forms a chief draw.

Jai Vilas Palace :

Jai Vilas Palace is a luminous white sandstone palace. This Palace of Gwalior was built by Sir Michael Filose. It is designed to resemble an Italian palazzo, the palace which was built to welcome the 'Prince of Wales'. It is a structure admirably creates Italianate structure, with Tuscan and Corinthian architectural modes. At present 35 of its many rooms form the Jai Vilas Museum and display the royal memorabilia of the Scindias.

Lal Bagh Palace:

Lal Bagh Palace is prominent for its rich history and imposing architecture. It was built in the year 1886 by Tukoji Rao Holkar II.Its construction was carried out in three phases finally saw completion in 1921, under Tukoji Rao Holkar III. Its classic architecture, complemented by sprawling lawns, which is a notable sight. Today, a part of the building converted into a museum preserves rare murals and other antique artifacts belonging to the Holkars.

Sanchi Stupas :

Sanchi has been recognized for the Stupas which were built on the peak of a hill. It the Buddhist monuments of Sanchi, earn special mention due to their meticulous architecture. The intention of these stupas was mostly religious. The most likely use of the stupas has been said to keep the ruins. It is enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from Stupas & monasteries, there are also Chaityas, gateways and temples in Sanchi. 

Khajuraho Temples:

The architectural way of the Khajuraho temples is extremely dissimilar from the temple prototype of that period. Each stands, instead of within the customary enclosure, on a high masonry platform. The Khajuraho group of monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is one of the most visited destinations of India. These temples are richly carved with excellent sculptures which are sensual and erotic. There are several explanations behind these carvings on the outside walls of the temples. Some group say one must leave his/ her sexual desire before entering the temple. While others say these sculptures depict many aspects of life and erotica is only one part of it.

Gwalior Fort:

The Gwalior fort is one of the wonderful structures which were built during the ruler’s area in medieval style. The Fort of Gwalior has naped for long in silence. Now every night, famous incidents are re-enacted in a sound and light show. The Sound and Light show at the Man Mandir Palace of Gwalior Fort gives you a glimpse into the glorious past. 




Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Images of Historical Places In India


Being one of the oldest cultures in the world, India is rich in its traditions and heritage. This reality is evident in tons of monuments, their ruins, temples, buildings, forts, tombs, palaces, and caves all across India. This historical Place in India makes India as an tempting historic travel destination. 


Here are some of the most fabulous monuments and historical places in India !! Take a voyage to the past and enjoy the traveling.


Taj Mahal:
















Taj Mahal is the most well-known spectacular historical monument and the most familiar structure of the world because of its remarkable beauty and different culture. It stands as a symbol of monument love built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to his wife

Khajuraho Temples:
















This temple town is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is a is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The most well-known historical site, the khajuraho caves has many erotic sculptures that are displayed.

Ajanta and Ellora Caves:














The World Heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora have rock-cut caves. They hold some of the finest murals and sculptures India has ever produced.

Qutub Minar:

It is a UNESCO World Heritage monument, is a fine example of Indo-Islamic architecture. The construction of Qutub Minar was started by Qutub-ud-din Aibak. Qutub Minar is at a height of 990 ft high and is the tallest minaret in the world.

Sun Temple:


The Sun temple is located in Konark in the state of Orissa. It built by King Narasimhadeva in 13th century. This glorious temple to the Sun God is one of India’s architectural wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage.

Hampi:


The World Heritage site of Hampi, set in a landscape of rocks and waterways, holds the evocative ruins of magnificent temples and palaces that testify to the wealth and power of medieval Vijayanagar Empire. It is located in the state of Karnataka.

Mysore palace:

Mysore palace is now one of the most famed tourist attractions in India after Taj Mahal with more than 2.7 million visitors.

Charminar :

Charminar is a monument located in the City of Hyderabad which is the capital city of the State of Andhra Pradesh in South India.



Monday, 12 November 2012

Happy Diwali



Diwali is an occasion to enjoy the festival with friends, families, near and dear ones by lightening the candles, bursting the fire crackers and then sharing the sweets and wishes. Diwali is the festival of lights which is probably the most extensively celebrated festive occasion in India. It marks the victory of good over evil. Hence socks a string with people from all beliefs and cultures. 
For this, is a special occasion when family, 
friends, relatives and dear and near ones get together,for fun.
Wishing laughter and fun to cheer your days,
In this festive season of diwali and always!!!!!!!!
“Happy Deepavali”


Saturday, 13 October 2012

Gaze the Magnificent Historical Attractions of Goa


Goa is one of the most visited beautiful tourist destination. There you can see an exotic beaches, golden sand, turquoise water and the flourishing green palm trees which attracts travelers from all over the world to this tropical heaven. Goa is a perfect destination to spend the holidays in the lap of the nature.
Tourists can also see different architectures here which were built in the period of renaissance . It is an perfect place for those tourists who love historical monuments also . There are several superb places in goa to visit where you can find out varius goa attractions.

Forts in Goa:
Forts and monuments are the most important historical attractions of Goa that are worth visiting. Aguada Fort is about 18 km from Panaji city. It was the Portuguese stranglehold from 1609-1612, and was a shelter. Cabo De Rama Fort is 25 km away from the town of Margao. Chapora Fort lies on the banks of River Chapora and is now in wreck. You can clearly view the Vagator Beach. Tiracol Fort now works as a heritage hotel and Mormugao citadel is located near the Mormugao Harbor. Terekhol fort is situated on the northern tip of Goa, on a hillock facing the Arabian Sea. The ruins of the fort have now been converted into a hotel, the Terekhol Fort Heritage.

Churches in Goa:
Churches in Goa are evocative of the state's early history and the Portuguese rule. The social life of Goa once turned around the churches and it is still having the huge cultural importance. The churches in Goa reflect European architectural styles in a big way as most of the churches in Goa were built during the Portuguese rule. Christmas is the best time for visiting the churches that are well lit and offers splendorous view. The most visited churches in Goa are Basilica of Bom Jesus, Mary Immaculate Conception, Se Cathedral, St Anne's Church, Church of St Augustine, Reis Magos Church etc. All this churches are the most important historical attractions of Goa.



Saturday, 22 September 2012

Make A Sharp Journey To The Historical Places Of Andhra Pradesh


Andhra Pradesh, is the fourth largest state in the Indian country. Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and Telugu is the most broadly spoken language. Andhra Pradesh is a state crammed with exciting culture and rich heritages. There are so many historical places over here like pilgrimages, Forts, Museums etc.

Charminar: 


Charminar is a monument located in the City of Hyderabad which is the capital city of the State of Andhra Pradesh in South India. Charminar is one of the most significant landmarks of the city. The monument was built by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 to honor the eradication of plague.
Charminar is a beautiful and impressive square monument. Each side measures 20 m, and each of the corners has a tall, pointed minaret. These four gracefully carved minarets soar to a height of 48.7 m above the ground, imposing the landscape for miles around. Each minaret has four stories, marked by a delicately carved ring around the minaret. Unlike the Taj Mahal, Charminar's four fluted minarets of Charminar are built into the main structure. Inside the minarets 149 winding steps guide the visitor to the top floor, the highest point one can reach, which provides a panoramic view of the city. Thus here by Charminar is considered to be one of the most stunning Monuments among all the historical places India.

Warangal Fort:

Warangal Fort is also well-known for some delicate gateways that have become a icon of Andhra Pradesh Tourism. The fort has 45 towers and pillars spread all over. The outstanding feature about the main gateway comprises of the four gigantic pillars, which have been crafted out of a single rock. Warangal Fort includes 3 rawports, among which 2 are of mud, as the 3rd and the internal most one is built of stone. Inside the fort there are Sambhuni gudi, Venkatesswara temple, Keerthi Toranas and Kushmahal. Even though most of the fort is ruined these days. But still Warangal fort is among the most excellent attractions in Andhra Pradesh.

Golconda Fort:

Golconda Fort is one of the most amazing monuments, located 11 km. from Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh. The name of Golconda originates from the telgu words "Golla" and "Konda" which means 'shepard's hill'. One of the most significant features of this fort is that the sounds of hands clapped at the entry gate can be heard quite clearly at the top of the hill. The bulk of the ruins of this fort, date from the time of the Qutub Shahi kings, who had ruled this area in the 16th and 17th century. The fortress is built on a granite hill 120 metres high, surrounded by massive crenellated ramparts.So this fort is deemed to be the historical places India.

Qutb Shahi Tombs:

Qutb Shahi Tomb is Located about a kilometer north from Golconda Fort, the Qutub Shahi tombs represent the most authentic and majestic display of the Qutub Shahi dynasty. The galleries of the smaller tombs are of a single storey while the larger ones are two storied. In the centre of each tomb is a sarcophagus which overlies the actual burial vault in a crypt below. The domes were originally overlaid with blue and green tiles, of which only a few pieces now remain. This tombs are said to be the oldest historical places India.

Bhongir Fort:

The Bhongir Fort is similar to the other forts of the region as it has a moat that encircles the fort, a vast underground chamber, trap doors, an armory, stables, ponds, wells etc. Bhongir is located only 50 kms away from Hyderabad. The rock on which the fort is has a unique egg-shaped construction with two entry points confined by huge rocks, so the fort was considered practically invincible by invading armies.