Heritage forts and caves Ancient architect design.

Oct 16, 2019

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Ajanta caves

The mystery of Ajanta caves, carved over a period of several centuries, was probably not open to British tiger by John Smith in 1819! Like 200 BCE, the caves are located in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. For many years, they went into misuse and the jungle grew on it and around it. Carved for many years by various artisans, it is believed that they became refugees for Buddhist monks during the rain. Some people say that they are the ways of heaven. Numerous carvings that describe the life and time of the era are like a window that anyone can see in the magnificent past of India. Running caves for the length of 29 rock cut caves, all of which are female and male performers, which are a rare sight! Examples of immense scientific calculations are evident too, as the sun lights up cave 19 on the winter solstice and cave 26 on the Summer solstice in a precision that has persisted over the years.

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Taj Mahal-The Humayun Tomb

Pick any type of literature and you will see that 'Taj Mahal' is always preserved as a permanent monument to the king's love for the Queen. But before that, there was a Tomb, a sad widow made for her husband's feelings and devotion; Humayun Tomb. The leading example of Mughal architecture, its grand combination of Persian and Indian architectural forms was decorated by the glory of Mughal architecture; it was the beginning of an era. Begum, the great Persian architect Mirak Mirza passes his whole life, supervising the design and design of the tomb entrusted to Giaas. One of its kind architecture, this garden mausoleum has more than 150 members of the Mughal family. UNESCO has mentioned the reasons for being one of the greatest examples of architecture, "This building tradition resulted in Taj Mahal, which it was created after a century. Despite the first standard example of this genre, Humayun's Tomb is the highest achievement of architectural achievements.

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Vijayanagara Empire- Hampi

The landscape of Hampi in Karnataka is full of giant Tungabhadra river and rocky outer parts, which form the main part of the landscape. These scenic settings have a group of monuments that have a living will to live for the glory of the last empire of India - the Vijayanagar Empire. A natural feeling of Indian craftsmanship, the group of temples also rotates through chariot structures, markets and walkers of immigrants. Imagine the richness of the empire that has a stable for elephants! In this Vitthala temple is the best example of ornate architecture with Gopurams, Holes, Holy Congregation, sanctum sanctorium and Sabha. At the right side of the temple are a market street and beautiful carved steps.