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Travel-and-Leisure India, the rich land of assorted culture and history written in golden words is a country which has numerous forts, palaces, havellis and other monuments that showcase the erstwhile inheritance and splendor of the significant states ruled by the mighty rulers. These wonderful forts and palaces are the excellent example of architectural wonder of the earlier craftsman. At present, most of these forts and palaces have been converted into the heritage hotels, so that visitors can get a feel of princely lifestyle. You will have the special and mesmerizing experience of tourism on your holidays in this most famous country India. Most of the Indian states are gifted with many architectural masterpieces and among them the most favorite destinations of India are Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Andra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Rajasthan is blessed with a number of forts and palaces to explore. Some of the most admired forts in India are Agra fort, Red Fort, Delhi, Amber Fort, Jaipur, Gwalior Fort, Golconda Fort, and Hyderabad. India has many palaces to explore such as City Palace, Lake Palace, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur and Mysore Palace, Mysore etc. Some of the most enchanting forts and palaces of India are as follows: Agra Fort: it is situated in Agra which a World Heritage Site and it is merely 2.5 km northwest from the elegant Taj Mahal that is also situated on the bank of the river Yumuna. The structure of the Agra fort was started on 1156 A.D that finished on 1605 A.D. Red Fort: Red fort of Delhi is also known as the Lal Quilla was made by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1639 A.D. Due to its architectural brightness and noteworthy history; it has obtained the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2007. Amber Fort: Amber fort is located at a distance of 11km from Jaipur which was the antique fortress that belongs to Kachhawaha clan of Amber before they shifted their capital to the Jaipur. Gwalior Fort: Gwalior fort was situated on an isolated rock Quoted by Mughal emperor Babur as the "pearl in the necklace of Hind". It was made by Raja Man Singh Tomar that has two parts, a Main Fort and Gurjari Mahal, which was later adding to the fort. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: