Monuments of India
India is culturally very rich and is called the “Land of Monuments”. Fortunately or unfortunately India is ruled by emperors from different culture and religion for example Asoka who followed Buddhism and promoted it. After that Maurayans came and in their period Hinduism started taking its shape. After Maurayans, Mugal emperors came in and they preached Islam and finally came the British who brought in European culture. All these empires brought in different culture and different types of artistic approach to the country. Each empire developed building, temples, churches, masjids, sculptures based on their culture and religion. Over the period of time India became the country with mix and diversified culture and each culture has their monuments and places of worship. So this makes India a country where you will find various monuments, temples, churches, Masjids taking the blend of art from around the world and this also makes India a very famous tourist place. People from around the world visit the country to see this mix of culture which is hard to anywhere else in the world.
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India attracts many foreign tourists all round the year. The vast number of Indian heritage sites has continued to lure travelers from across the world. Delhi welcomes thousands of travelers every year owing to its historical significance and also being … Continue reading
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