These beautiful exhibit erotic carvings and represent two religions of India, Hinduism and Jainism. The complex has twenty temples in all and is spread over six kilometres and they are one of the finest temple arts in the entire world.
Gardens, temples, forts, national park for catching a glimpse of a tiger, Sawai Madhopur is much more than just this. It was built and named after Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh and offers a short retreat in royal settings.
Gulmarg or the ‘Meadow of Flowers’ is located very close to Srinagar and is a must visit place. It can be visited in any season and offers a wide range of options for entertainment such as a ride in a cable car, hiking or skiing etc.
The French town of India having influence from British, Portuguese and Dutch settlements, Pondicherry invites you to myriad experiences.
Known as the ruins of the Vijayanagara Empire, Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its charisma is not lost even in its ruined state. It is a unique amalgamation of the traditional ruins and the new hangouts just across the river, both giving a unique experience.