India is home to a rich cultural and archaeological heritage. Visit any corner of India. You will come across monuments that speak volume about the glories of the bygone era, dating back from hundred to thousands of years. While many monuments stand tall, attracting visitors from across the world, there are equal or more monuments that are less explored and less visited. At the global level, India boasts of getting many monuments enlisted in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, deeming her as an affluent tourist hub of multiple architectural marvels.
Connect with us to take a tour of the explored, unexplored, and less explored heritage sites of India. We customize tours, combining different destinations in a state or multiple states to make your heritage travel, an amazing experience to cherish forever. Tell us your destination preferences and budget and we shall accordingly design a tailored package, which you cannot deny!
Our objective is to showcase the heritage of a past and present India. As you explore, you shall not only feast your eyes and obtain information about the monuments but also get acquainted with the people, humdrum life, art, music, dance, literature, traditions, cuisines, fairs, festivals, and more of the states you visit. Each region has a history to tell! Photographs and artifacts shall no wonder add to the décor of your living room after every heritage tour with us!
Must-See Monuments and Historical Sites:
Tripura: Unakoti (splendid rock-cut carvings and stone images), Ujjayanta Palace, Neer Mahal (Lake Palace), Mata Tripureswari Temple (one of the 51 Shaktipeeths)
Assam: Rangghar (Asia’s first amphitheatre), Talatal Ghar (underground palace), Kareng Ghar, Charaideo (compared with Pyramids of Egypt), Shiva Dol, Agnigarh, Kamakhya Temple (one of the 51 Shaktipeeths)
Other Northeastern States: Buddha Vihar and Ita Fort in Arunachal Pradesh, Kiang Nangbah Monument in Meghalaya
Uttar Pradesh: Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri Fort, Archaeological of Sarnath and Varanasi, Bada Imambara, Bibiyapur Kothi, Butler Palace, Chunar Fort, Chhota Imambara, Dhamekh Stupa, Jehangir Palace, Jhansi Fort, Kalinzar Fort, Khurshid Manzil, Kothi Darshan Vilas / Dilkusha / Nur Baksh / Hayat Baksh / Farhat Baksh, La Martiniere, Ramnagar Fort, Nandeshwar Kothi, Sikandra
Maharashtra: Gateway of India, Chand Minar, Aga Khan Palace, Bibi ka Maqbara, Lal Mahal, Shaniwar Wada, Panhala Fort, Korlai Fort, Ajanta & Ellora Caves, Elephanta Caves, Kanheri Caves, Singhagarh Fort, Tuljalena Caves, Shivneri Caves, New Palace, Vishrambag Wada, Devagiri Daulatabad Fort, Pratapgad Fort, Dakshin Kashi, Raigad Fort, Kondana Caves, Harishchandragad Hill Fort, Vijaydurg Fort, Sindhudurg Fortress, Ambernath Shivalaya, Manikgad Fort, Lenyadri Caves, Deekshabhoomi, Morarji Castle
Rajasthan: Amer Fort, Chittorhgarh Fort, Dilwara Temples, Ancient Mounds, Baori, Gateway of Taragarh Hill, Bhilwara Rock Inscriptions, Chittorgarh Fort, Ancient Ruins of Jhalawar, Jaisalmer Fort, Jodhpur Fort, Ranthambhor Fort, Jain Temples,
Gujarat: Champaner Pavagarh Archaeological Park, Bharatpur Fort, Bhangarh Fort (haunted), Kumbhalgarh Fort, Somnath Temple, Rani ki Vav, Akshardhan Temple, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Sabarmati Ashram, Dwarkadhish Temple, Amhed Shah’s Mosque, Old Fort, Uperkot Fort, Prag Mahal, Lakhota Palace
Andhra Pradesh: Charminar, Falaknuma Palace, Undavalli Caves, Borra Caves, Belum Caves, Chandragiri Fort, Golconda Fort, Chowmahalla Palace, Paigah Tombs, Kondaveedu Fort, Molangoor Fort, Elgandal Fort
Delhi: Bahai Temple (Lotus Temple), Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Purana Qilla, Jantar Mantar, Tughlaqabad Fort, and more
Tamil Nadu: Madras War Cemetery, Bharathiyar Illam, Rippon Building, Vivekananda Illam, Thirumalai Nayak Mahal, Rock Fort Temple, Ancient temples in Rameshwaram, Kanchipuram, Gangaikonda Cholapuram, Thiruvannaamalai, Aragalur, Tiruttani, and Tiruvallur
Kerala: Bolghatty Palace, Alwaye palace, Mattencherry palace, Krishnapuram Palace, Bekal Fort, Hill Palace Museum, Arrakal Palace, Kannur Fort, Chittur Garumadam, Chottanikkara Temple, Guruvayoor Temple, Sabbatical Temple, Vadakkumnathan Temple, Cheraman Juma Masjid, Saint Sebastian Church, Muttuchira Churches, Aranmula Temple, Jewish Synagogue
Chhattisgarh: Ratanpur Fort, Malhar Fort, Mahadev Temple, Ajmergarh Fort, Kashigarh Fort, Bastar Palace, Kutumsar Caves, Kailash Gufa, Kotagrh Fort, Kotmi Fort, Kawardha Palace, Shiva Bhoramdeo Temple, Buddhist Stupas in Raipur
Jharkhand: Palamu Fort, Kauleshwari Devi Temple, Asura Sites in Ranchi, Bhadrakali Temple, Royal Mosque of Chatra, Sangi Dalan or Hall of Stone, Jami Masjid of Man Singh, Tomb of Miran, Ruam Old Fort, Itagarh Mound
Bihar: Tomb of Sher Shah Suri, Maha Bodhi Temple, Patalpuri Caves, Sarnath, Munger Fort, Vikramashila Monastery, Nandangarh Ruined Fortress, Pillars of Ashoka, Karan Chaupar Cave, Ancient Mounds, Caves in Barabar and Nagarjuni Hills, Rohtasgarh Fort, Temple of Mundeswari Devi, Tomb of Bakhtiar Khan, Relic Stupa, Raja Vishal ka Garh
Madhya Pradesh: Kamlapati Palace, Alamgir Gate, Mandu Ancient Hindu Baodi, Asharfi Mahal, Baz Bahadur's Palace, Bhangi Gate, Chor Kot, Dai-ka-Mahal, Gada Shah's Palace, Lal Bag, Lohani Caves, Hindola Mahal, Jahaz Mahal, Jali Mahal, Neelkantha (Nilkantheswar), Mandu Royal Palace, Somavati Kund, Tavali Mahal, 7 Busddhist Caves at Dhar, Gwalior Fort, 51 Buddhist Caves at Mandsaur, Orccha Fort, Khajuraho Temples, Rajnagar ( Ruined ) Fort, Garhi Fort, Rangmahal Palace, Beer Singh Palace, Chanderi Fort, Madan Mahal, Raisen Fort
West Bengal: Chandraketu's Fort, Deulia & Kaukipara Mounds, Clive’s House, 26 Siva Temples at Barrackpore, Gate of Old Fort, Bankura Temples, Cooch Behar Palace, Burdwan Temples, Haneswari and Vasudev Temples, Adina Mosque, Baisgazi Wall, Firoz Minar, Dakhil Darwaza, Lukachuri Gateway, Eklakhi Mausoleum, Tomb and Mosque of Murhsid Kuli Khan, Hazarduari Palace and Imambara, White Mosque, Bamanpukur Fort
And the list goes on…. Name a state or states and we shall design a heritage itinerary for you!
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