Unusual Ruins which Reflect Unique Heritage of India

WRITTEN BY Saumya Jaiswar education

Sisupalgarh

The archaeological remains of Sisupalgarh (also known as Sisupalagada) is considered one of the largest and best preserved ancient fortifications in India.

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The Great Wall of India (wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort)

The second-longest continuous wall on the planet. It is often referred to as Kumbhalgarh Wall or simply as Kumbhalgarh Fort as a whole.

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Shahi Qila

The architecture of this qila is a domed structure with minarets is said to have been an architectural inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

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Bijay Mandal

Away from the everyday bustle of New Delhi lie the intriguing remains of a 14th-century fort and palace. Bijay Mandal is a remnant of Jahanpanah.

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Ranthambore Fort

A colossal citadel founded in 944 by the Chauhan Rajputs is one of the most unique architectures to be found in India.

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Alamparai Fort

Built In The mid-18th century on the site of a seaport active since ancient times, Alamparai Fort lies on the coastline of the Bay of Bengal in Tamil Nadu.

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Masrur Temple

Intricately carved from one single piece of sandstone, almost nothing is known about the Masrur Temples located in Himachal Pradesh.

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Bateshwar Temple Complex

Little is known about their construction, as once this empire fell, the temples too disappeared from the history books and revived by Britishers.

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