India is a place of where divinity, diversity, and traditions live. India itself resides a small World within it. The Seven Wonders of India are some of the monuments defining the beauty of its culture. Among these miracles, four are considered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These marvels incorporate the lofty compositional structures that pull in travelers from everywhere throughout the world.
1. The Golden Temple.
The Golden Temple is Popularly known as “Darbar Sahib” or “Harmandar Sahib,” It is a Sikh Gurdwara situated in Amritsar, Punjab in India. The Golden Temple was worked in 1577 by the Guru Ram Das. It is considered one of the holiest, blessed and sacrosanct places in India. It is a symbol of both beauty and peace.
The temple is encompassed by a little man-made lake. This lake is made to comprise of blessed waters. The Golden Temple has three blessed trees. The entire top is made of unadulterated gold and in this way includes lots of pride and excellence in the whole Temple.
2. The Monolithic Gomateshwara Statue.
It is a statue of Gomateshwara or Bahubali. Bahubali statue is a 57-foot (17 m) high solid statue situated on Vindyagiri Hill at Shravanbelagola in the Indian territory of Karnataka.The statue Gommateshwara is devoted to the Jain god Bahubali. This solid statue of Gomateshwara was built by the minister of Ganga dynasty and commander Chamundaraya in AD 983. furthermore, is one of the biggest detached statues in the world.
A huge number of vacationers, enthusiasts or travelers from over the world and India visit the place amid the occasion of Maha-Mastak-Abhisheka.
3. The Nalanda University.
The Nalanda, one of the greatest centers of learning in the ancient times, situated in Patna, Bihar in India. It was worked in the 5th century AD. It is located 95 km from Patna.It was at one time a prosperous town and had a noteworthy exchange trade. The trade went through the city of Rajagriha, which used to be the capital of Magadha.
Nalanda is a standout amongst the most renowned colleges in old India that was motivated by the exceptionally composed techniques for Vedic learning.
4. Taj Mahal.
A white marble tomb built in 1631 in Agra, the seat of the Mughal Empire, by Shah Jehan for his wife, Arjuman Banu Begum. It is located at Agra, Uttar Pradesh, in India. It was completed after 22 years by using 20,000 workers and artisans along with 1,000 elephants. It was built under the supervision of Ustad Ahmad Lahauri.
This brilliant development is a mix of conventional Persian and Mughal engineering. Shah Jahan in the memory of his dearest spouse Mumtaz manufactured this landmark as promised.
5.The Konark Sun Temple.
The Konark Sun Temple also know as “Konarak Sun Temple” and “Surya Deula”. It was built by the king Narasimhadeva I in Mid-13th century AD. The Konark Sun Temple is located at Konark, Odisha, in India. The temple complex is devoted to the Hindu god Surya. It is 100 feet (30 m) high chariot with huge haggles, all cut from stone.
A significant part of the temple is a destroyed structure. The structures and components that have survived are celebrated around the world for its unpredictable craftsmanship, iconography, and topics including the sensual Kama and mithuna scenes.
6. Khajuraho Group Of Monuments.
The Khajuraho Group of Monuments is a gathering of Hindu and Jain’s temples situated in Patna, Bihar in India. This group of landmarks was worked in 9th century AD.The temples are noted for their nagara-style structural imagery and their suggestive figures. Most Khajuraho temples were worked in the vicinity of 950 and 1050 by the Chandela dynasty. As per records, the Khajuraho temples site had 85 temples by the 12th century, spread more than 20 square kilometers. out of which just 20 temples have survived.
The Khajuraho group of temples was dedicated to Hinduism and Jainism, respecting assorted religious perspectives.
7.The Hampi Temple.
It is a town situated amidst remnants of Vijayanagara, Karnataka. The remnants are all in all known as the Group of Monuments, which appeared in the middle of 1342-1565. It was at one time a rich kingdom of Vijayanagar. These exceptional remnants of Hampi speak to the astounding design and culture of the area. Thus, it has been attempted by UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Hampi likewise has numerous astounding Hindu temples. The scenery of delightful slopes makes the place one of a kind and worth going by. It fills in as an open exhibition hall for the guests to throng in more than 100 or more places. Despite the fact that the place is tallied in ruins regardless it holds fascinate in it with its delightful building ruins.