Top 10+ Most Famous Historical Places In INDIA

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{*Top*} Historical Places in North India


1. Taj Mahal

This opulent white marble structure was commissioned to be built in 1632 by Shah Jahan for his late wife Mumtaz Mahal. It took around 22 years to complete .

Entry fee: Indians- INR 40
Foreigners- INR 1000
 Open :- Sunrise to sunset ( closed on Fridays)


Taj-Mahal


2. Agra Fort,{ Uttar Pradesh}

Agra Fort that is built entirely of red sandstone. Built in 1565 by Akbar, this historical tourist place in India.
Entry fee: Indians- INR 40
Foreigners- INR 550

Open :- Sunrise to sunset

Must see More:- Jahangir Palace, Nagina Masjid, Moti Masjid, Mina Masjid and Zenana Mina Bazaar.


Agra-Fort



3. Red Fort in  Delhi


 the Red Fort was constructed over ten years from 1638 to 1648. This fort was constructed when Shah Jahan shifted the capital from Agra to Delhi and it was then known as the Qila-e-Mubarak.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10
Foreigners- INR 250

Open :- 9:30 am - 4:30 pm daily (Closed on Mondays)




Red-Fort-HD-Images



4. Qutub Minar In Delhi


The Qutub Minar is definitely one of the most historical places in India

Interesting fact: The Qutub Minar complex has an iron pillar that has not rusted even after 2000 years.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10
Foreigners- INR 250

Open :- 7 am - 5 pm


Qutub-Minar


5. Humayun’s Tomb IN Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most famous historical places in India. Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum commissioned the building of this tomb for her husband in the 15th century. 

Entry fee: Indians- INR 40
Foreigners- INR 510

Open :- 7 am to 7 pm (Closed on Fridays)


Humayun's-Tom


6. Fatehpuri Sikri {Uttar Pradesh}


The royal city of Fatehpur Sikri was once the capital of the Mughal era during Akbar’s reign. This royal city is one of the historical tourist places in India

Entry fee: Indians- INR 40
Foreigners- INR 510

Open :- Sunrise to sunset (Closed on Fridays)

Must see More:- Diwan-i-Aam and the Diwan-i-Khas


Fatehpure - Sikri


7. Hawa Mahal In Jaipur


The Palace of Winds or Hawa Mahal gets its name due to the fact that it looks like a honeycomb of a beehive with its 953 intricate windows. It is also shaped like a crown as the ruler who built it, Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, was a major devotee of Lord Krishna. One of the popular tourist places in Jaipur.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10
Foreigners- INR 50

Open :- 9.30 am - 4.30 pm

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8. Khajuraho Temples IN Madhya Pradesh


a misrepresentation as only about 10 percent of the sculptures are sensual and the rest are common depictions. Countless sculptures depicting love, eternal grace, beauty, delicacy and the creative arts can be seen in one of the most historical places in India. A perfect amalgamation of Hinduism and Jainism, these temples have carvings of cult icons, demi gods and Apsaras.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10

Foreigners- INR 250 (only for the western temples, rest are free)

Open :-  Sunrise to sunset

Khajuraho-Temples-Picture


9. Sanchi Stupa In Madhya Pradesh


 This famous historical place in India was built by Lord Asoka in the 3rd century B.C for Emperor Asoka. The Dome of the Stupa signifies the wheel of law and this stupa is actually considered as a symbol of Buddha’s freedom the circle of life and death (Moksha).
Interesting fact: The relics of Buddha were painted with a Mauryan polish to make them glow like glass.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10

Foreigners- INR 250

Open :- 8.30 am -5 pm

Sanchi-Stupa-Image


10. Konark Temple In Odisha


King Narasimhadeva I  along with 1200 artisans  the Konark Temple is magic set in stone. Located on the coast of the Bay of Bengal, this temple signifies the exquisite detailing of ancient architecture and is one of the famous historical places in India.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 10

Foreigners- INR 250

Open :- 10 am- 5 pm ( Closed on Fridays)

Konark-Temple-Wallpaper


11. Mahabodhi Temple In Bodh Gaya


The Mahabodhi temples that are one of the four holy grounds of Buddhism. This is the spot where the Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment while meditating under a fig tree. The Bodhi tree is the descendant of the Fig tree and lies just near the temple. The earliest temple was built by Asoka in the 3rd century BC.

Entry fee: None

Open :- 5 am- 9 pm

Must see More:- The Jewel Walk here is the spot where the Buddha is said to have gone on a seven days walking meditation after he was enlightened.

Mahabodhi - Temple - IMages


12. Rani ki Vav In Gujarat


The Rani ki Vav stepwell as it is a massive structure that is around 24 meters deep. One of the most unexplored historical places in India, this stepwell was built in the 11th century AD, as a memoriam for King Bhimdev of the Solanki dynasty by his wife Queen Udayamati. 

Entry fee: Indians- INR 5

Foreigners- INR 135

Open from: 8 am- 6 pm


 Rani - ki - Vav - Photo




13. Victoria Memorial IN  Kolkata

The Victoria Memorial in Kolkata is one of the most historical tourist places in India and was built during the peak of the British era in India.

Entry fee: Indians- INR 20
Foreigners- INR 200

Open from: 5:30am- 6:15pm daily


. Victoria- Memorial- Photo


14. Gateway of India In Mumbai


The Gateway of India is one of the best historical places in India. This ancient gateway was completed in 1924 and was inaugurated by The Viceroy, the Earl of Reading. It has been reinforced over time using yellow basalt and concrete and has delicate latticework all over the turrets. 

Entry fee: None

Open :- 12 am-12 pm

 Gateway- of -India- HD- Photo

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