Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
The list of 7 wonders of the world was to begin with Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is a tomb built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for 22 years during his beloved wife Mumtaz. Taj Mahal is a combination of Hindu and Indo-Islamic architecture. The vast white marble terraces, which is a famous white marble dome, and surrounded by four tapering minarets. Inside the dome lies the queen's Jewel-in-line cenotaph.
Nalanda was an ancient center of higher education in Bihar, India. Nalanda University is located in Bihar state of India and it was a Buddhist center of learning. The great library of Nalanda University was so huge that the invaders burned it for three months after burning it, demolished and destroyed the monastic, and moved the monks out of this place.
Galden Namgey Lhatse, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang Monastery in Arunachal Pradesh is India's largest monastery. It was established near the small town, according to the desire of the 5th Dali Lama. In the Tawang-chu valley, it is near Tibetan border near Tibet. This monastery is also known in Tibetan as the Galden Namgey Lhatse, which translates Celestial Heaven in clear nights.
Ruins of Vijaynagar Empire, Hampi, Karnataka
Hampi ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is listed as a group of monuments at Hampi. There are 56 musical columns in the Vithala temple complex in Hampi, Karnataka, which are produced, as when stuck, each one exits a unique musical tone. Virupaksha temple, the place of the ancient city of Vijaynagar, is the main center of pilgrimage in Hampi. It has three towers, which grow at a height of 160 feet and have nine tiers. It is on the first half of the fifteenth century.
Sun Temple, Konark, Odisha
The Sun Temple of Konark, which came from the words of Kona (Corner) and Arka (sun), is not only known for its architectural glory but also for the complexity and sculpture of sculpture work. The entire temple is conceived as a 24-wheeled chariot of the sun god, every 10 feet in diameter, with a wave of spokes and elaborate carvings. Seven horses mount the temple, and two lions guard the elephants to crush them.
The Iron Pillar, Delhi
AD 4th century dating with, the Iron Man of Delhi holds the Sanskrit inscription in the Brahmi script, which states that it was made in memory of Hindu god, Vishnu and Gupta king Chandragupta II. It demonstrates the achievements of ancient India in metallurgy. This stone is an iron made of 98 percent iron and has remained without rolling or demoting for more than 1600 years. The pillar is 7 meters high and 17 inches in diameter and is 12 inches in diameter at the top. It is probably not India's most beautiful architectural monument, but it is one of the wonders of India.
Ajanta & Ellora Caves, Aurangabad,
Ajanta caves, the third grade was built in BC century BC. The theme is centered on religious and Buddha. Paintings are done on the land of mud-plaster. Ellora caves are rock-cut temples that represent three different religions, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism, which are known for their striking proportions, elaborate art, architectural materials, and sculptural decorations. Both the Ajanta and Ellora caves are part of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites and it is India's largest exotic caves that showcase the luminosity of India's architecture in the past.