Map of cities in India

Map of cities in India
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Map of cities in India
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Many tourists from all over the world know Jaipur as a “Pink City”. If you arrive in this beautiful city and visit its old quarter, you will see the reason for this name with your own eyes. Indeed, all buildings in this part of the Indian city have a pink or terracotta color. Jaipur is also the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. According to traditions of the ancient Indian architecture, the territory is divided into nine rectangular sectors. This is the location of the major attractions of this region. Don’t be surprised if you happen to see an elephant during your walk in Jaipur. This is normal for this Indian city. Legendary ruler and warrior Jai Singh II was the founder of the city. He was also a talented astronomer. When his father Maharaja Bishan Singh died, the boy was only 11. Despite such a young age, Jai Singh II had to become a ruler. At that time, Amer was the capital of the region. It was located eleven kilometers away from modern Jaipur. To protect the territory, Jai Singh II built a fort of an impressive size. He named the fort Jaipur. The kingdom of Jai Singh II was getting richer year after year. Its population was growing too. The capital, Amer, became so populous that there was not enough water for all people and too little space to build new …
Top sights in India

Taj Mahal

From the series “15 Unofficial Man-Made Wonders of the World”
The mausoleum and mosque of Taj Mahal is an outstanding architectural monument of world importance. It's located in the Indian city of Agra. Construction of the mausoleum lasted for 21 year and was completed in 1653. The story of its creation is incredibly interesting, tragic, and romantic at the same time. The mosque was built on the orders of Shah Jahan, the Mughal sultan. He decided to devote this magnificent building to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth of fourteenth child.

The ruler attracted the best architects, masons and stone carvers from Turkey, Persia, Iran and India to construct the mosque. Since its foundation, Taj Mahal doesn't cease to amaze with its greatness. Its walls inlaid with precious stones simply enchant. Finish of rare marble has being keeping … Read all

Ladder Abaneri

From the series “Furious Footways Around the World That Make You Dizzy”
Not all of the most breathtaking stairs of the planet lead up. A good example of this is a staircase, which is located in the old Indian city of Abaneri. In ancient times, city inhabitants built a deep well, at the bottom of which they were escaping from the exausting heat. It is to the bottom of this well that the legendary Abaneri staircase leads. Like many centuries ago, today the bottom of the well is filled with water. A hundred years ago, everyone could bathe in the well, but today the historic landmark is open exclusively to pilgrims who are allowed to wash their feet in the well.

To descend into the well of the right square shape, many steep stone staircases were equipped along its perimeter. All along the perimeter there are 3500 steps. The stairs have no railing, so the descent … Read all
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Culture of regions in India

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