Akshita Tawde
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  • Lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Ấn Độ
  • From Mumbai, Maharashtra, Ấn Độ
Unveiling India’s 10 Most Popular Landmarks That You Can’t-Miss
India has a rich history, and because of its previous rulers, we have some of the best architectural gems all over the country today. Unfortunately has some of the most prominent landmarks that are a must-visit at least once in a lifetime. Whether you are living in India or just on a tool to India, consider visiting these landmarks as they are breathtaking. India is one of the best countries for every...
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Here's All About The Iconic 18th Century Mughal Marvel AKA Safdarjung Tomb
Delhi is known for its wide plethora of monuments & medieval structures scattered all across the city. One of the most prominent among them is the Safdarjung Tomb. It was built in 1754 for Safdarjung, the Governor of Awadh (Oudh) who later went on to become the Prime Minister to the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah. The monument holds such great significance that it lends its name to the entire nei...
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Agra Fort: An Immortal Symbol of the Mughals’ Power, Culture, and Creativity
The magnificent Agra Fort is one of the most remarkable monuments built in India during the reign of the Mughals. This 94-acre structure is situated in the city of Agra along the banks of the Yamuna River, about 3 km away from the renowned Taj Mahal. If you are planning a trip to Agra, make sure to include this erstwhile residence of the Mughals in your itinerary. Also, book your hotels in Agra in...
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Jaigarh Fort: A Majestic Affair in India’s Pink City
There is something about forts that attracts history buffs, photographers and culture enthusiasts from far and wide. The majestic Jaigarh Fort in Jaipur is a fine example of that. Built in 1726, by Sawai Jai Singh II, it is perched on the top of a hill, much like a few other . One of the most famous things about this fort is that it exhibits the largest cannon on wheels in the world, known as the Jaivana...
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Mysore Palace: A Royal Edifice Where History and Opulence Meet
Mysore Palace, also known as Amba Vilas Palace and Mysore Aramane, is one of the most magnificent and largest palaces in India. Situated in the southern state of Karnataka, it used to be the official residence of the Wodeyar Dynasty, the rulers of Mysore from 1399 to 1950. The grand palace stands tall in the heart of Mysore city and attracts visitors from across the world. Being one of the prime at...
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7 Convincing Reasons To Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site - The Red Fort
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, the Red Fort (Lal Qila) is the one tourist attraction in Delhi that never fails to attract international & local tourists alike. Moreover, every year on Independence Day, the 15th of August, the Prime Minister of India hoists the National Flag at the Red Fort & addresses the nation, thus anointing great national & emotional significance to the monument...
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6 Ethereal Places For A Morning Person In Delhi NCR To Start Their Day On A Positive Note
In the city of night owls, early birds often walk unnoticed in the quiet of the dawn while soaking in the first ray of sunlight to radiate positive energy and optimism. But we see you folks, and to make your mornings more memorable, we’ve handpicked some of the best places in Delhi NCR where you can inhale the different shades of the morning to give a positive start to your day. Let’s check it out!...
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The Majestic Tomb Of Khan-I-Khana In Nizamuddin Once Belonged To The Famous Poet Rahim
For most Indian school children, the name Rahim is synonymous with couplets in archaic Hindi that take some effort to comprehend, yet hardly anyone can relate the poet to his own monument. Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana was a poet and an astrologer, one of the famed Navratnas (nine jewels) of King Akbar’s court. Son of Bairam Khan, Akbar’s caretaker and one of his close confidants, he was presented to...
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India's 'Pink City' Is a Stunning Mix of Palaces, Bazaars, and Luxury Hotels
Jaipur is a city of ancient forts and royal palaces, a place where visitors will find sweeping views of lush green hills and some of the finest hotels in the world. Nicknamed the Pink City, Jaipur forms a point on the Golden Triangle, the tourism trail that connects the Indian capital New Delhi with Jaipur and Agra, home of the iconic Taj Mahal. It is the gateway to Rajasthan, the aptly named land...
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6 Gorgeous Churches To Visit For A Divine Expedition In Mumbai
Mumbai has seen the pinnacle of Gothic architecture and churches back when it was “Bombay”. Churches comprise a huge part of the city’s architectural wonders, mostly due to the widespread Christian inhabitants and profound colonial influence. To marvel at the scenic vistas, or to bow down under the almighty’s glory, the undermentioned churches are perfect for it all! 1. Mount Mary Basilica, Bandra...
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