Top Attractions to Explore in North India

In India there are no end of tourists Places with varieties all Taste of places are available here & all places have their own uniqueness & Property to represent themselves but apart from this some famous & most preferred places of northern part of India by tourists are listed below.

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1- Taj Mahal is a huge mausoleum is located in Agra and is constructed of white marble by the order of the Emperor Mughal Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal . Construction of a grandiose mausoleum, which surpassed the beauty and size of all the rest, lasted more than twenty years. The work involved more than twenty thousand people

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2- The Ajanta caves were created in the 2nd century BC from a rock in the form of a horseshoe along the river Vagora. They were used by Buddhist monks as prayer halls and monasteries for about nine centuries, after which they were unexpectedly abandoned. Opened again in 1819.

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The caves are numbered from east to west, from 1 to 29. Today, all the caves are connected by a terrace, but in ancient times, each cave led a separate course from the waterfront.

3- The magnificent Jaisalmer fort is built on an 80-meter hill. For many centuries, little has changed here, and it is unlikely that somewhere else will be found a place where just as many buildings are located in such a small space.

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The fort has many winding streets, and there are huge gates, the magaraj palace, the courtyard and beautifully decorated Jain temples. The most beautiful of Havelas are Havels, built by the merchants of Jaisalmer: Petwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli and Nat?mal k Khaveli.

4- Golden Temple Amritsar — The temple is considered to be one of the most respected and oldest in India. This is the sacred Mecca of the Sikhs. The construction of the temple began in the 16th century by the Guru himself, and in the 19th century the upper floors of the temple were covered with gold.

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The Famous golden temple stands in the center of an artificial lake & a road to it lies a narrow marble bridge it was once thought that only the righteous can go to the sanctuary, and the path through the lake equated to the purification of the soul.

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