by tasleem khan Digital Marketer
To explore India it is being advisable to explore its historical architect through its fort , palaces ,Tombs , temples and ancient city structure . The amazing piece of architecture is the right example of fine knowledge which has created such marvelous building without any help of modern technology . They present the perfect example of yesteryear’s power and vision of the rulers and their imagination on these beautiful carved buildings .
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However most of the forts have been converted into the heritage hotels those have been serving to its guest from all over the world . but still their glory echos its importance in INDIAN history . Many of the marvelous forts and palace are from Mughal / rajput era while their kingdom was on peak & their glory made their marks in Indian History . From Amer Fort to Mehran Garh Fort or from Chittorgarh fort to Kumbhalgarh fort every fort is having its unique presence in its own.

These Fort and Palaces presents beautiful relations of Mughal ( Muslim ) and Rajput ( Hindu) from the Indian history . They built these amazing structures in various places such as Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer , Jodhpur , Agra & many more. Rajasthan is being crowned for various forts and palaces that echoes the legacy of its rulers with their splendid architecture.

In southern India you will find many amazing temples from history and they have earned the name for the same , one can also find beautiful palaces and fort in South India also Like Mysore Palace is the best example of Indian History and it has maintained the legacy till now .

So when you think travelling to INDIA , travel with Divine India Memoriez – we will help you to customized your travel plan in perfect way to enjoy the royal legacy through its fort and palace tour


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