Abu: Dilwara Temple of Jains dates back from 1030 AC and was built by the Chalukyan kings of Gujrat.
Agra: The Taj Mahal viewed from the gateway, as the architect intended the visitor to catch his first glimpse on the tomb. It is flanked by four minarets.
Agra: This marble screen in the Taj Mahal attracts the visitors from all over the world.
Agra: The interior part of the Pearl Mosque or Moti Masjid.
Bharatpur: The Bharatpur fort in water was a strong means of defense.
Banaras Hindu University: The Banaras Hindu University was founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and is a centre for Sanskrit studies
Benares: On the banks of the most sacred river Ganges at Benaras.
Benaras: Steps on the Ganges, the waterfront leading up to the palaces and temples which were founded at various times by various princes.
Benaras: Tulsimanas Mandir is a sacred temple celebrating the famous poet-saint Tulsi Das and it is situated in Benaras.
Benaras: Manakarnika is the large cremation ghat on the river Ganges in Benaras.
Benaras: The new Vishwanath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva as Lord of the world.
Benaras: Sankatmochan temple is famous as the site where Tulsi Das was visited by Hanuman, also known as Sankatmochan, "the reliever of difficulties."
Bijapur: Aihole Temple is a good example of early Chalukyan style.
Bodh Gaya: The Eastern approach to the great temple where Buddha gave his first sermon.
Brindaban. The red temple of 1590, dedicated to the Gobind Deo, i.e. Lord Krishna.
Chittorgarh: Tower of Fame famous as Kirti Stambh was probably built in the 12th century. It is dedicated to the Jain Tirthankar Adinath.
Delhi: The Fort of Delhi, built from 1628 to1658 in red sandstone and white marble by the Emperor Shah Jahan and its famous gate is also seen.
Delhi: The Jami Mosque, built in red sandstone and white marble by Shah Jahan from 1644-1648.It's view from the east gate with the well of purification at the centre.
Delhi: The Mughal throne in the capital Delhi was the symbol of pride and greatness for many years. It was the splendour of the Imperial court in Delhi.
Delhi: The Tower of Victory, Kutb Minar, begun at the commencement of the 13th century by Kuthud-Din. It is 232 feet high.
Delhi: The river Yamuna Yamuna has moved away a little since the three centuries when the Taj was built. But it's location has been singularly well chosen,on a bank of the river.
Delhi: Raja Jaisingh's astronomical observatory at Delhi.
Fatehpur Sikri: Lotus Pillar throne.
Fatehpur Sikri: Gwaliar Fort crowns this medieval settlement, dating back to the 8th century,with palaces and apartments within that have been added over the centuries.
Jhansi: The Fort of Jhansi from where the Queen of Jhansi has to run away for the survival on the horseback in the war of Independence in 1857.
Jaipur: The Palace of winds famous as Hawa Mahal is in Jaipur, famous as the Pink City of India.
Jagannath: The temple of Jagannath, the master of the world is at Jagannathpuri, also known as Puri.
Khajuraho: Khajuraho Nandi or the bull is in the Lord Shiva's temple at Khajuraho.
Konark: The Sun Temple is in Konark, 20 miles from Puri. Examples of its lavish carvings include these stone lions which rest on the backs of elephants and the war horses are seen below left.
Mathura: The Buddha from Mathura dates back to the Gupta period. Evidence of Gandhar influence is seen clearly.
Delhi: The Red Fort was built in the 17th century by Shah Jahan.It was an imperial residence and its fortified settlement has grand public and private palaces.
Sarnath: The Lion Capitol on an Ashokan pillar built by King Ashoka can be seen on present day Indian currency.
Sarnath: The Sarnath temple is well known for its architectural style.
Sarnath: The The Sarnath deer park is an eye-pleasing resort specially reserved for the deer. The place is famous as the location of the Buddha's first sermon.
Udaipur: Palace in the lake as seen in the picture is at Udaipur. For the purpose of amusement or past time for the kings, it was built in the lake.