Sanchi Stupa Buddhist Monuments, UNESCO World Heritage Site in Madhya Pradesh, India

Sanchi Buddhism Monuments, Sanchi, India

5 / 5 ( 5 votes ) UNESCO World Heritage Site Sanchi Stupa is a famous sightseeing destination that has innumerable Buddhist structures, pillars and monasteries. The majority of these monuments date back to the 3 BC. Sanchi Stupa is known for its masterpiece of Buddhist art- Buddhist Stupas monasteries, temples and pillars dating from 3rd century B.C. to the 12 th century A.D. The site consists of mainly three stupas.           The most famous of The Sanchi Stupa- Sanchi Stupa No. 1. is a hemisphericalRead More

Pattadakal, World Heritage Site by UNESCO in Karnataka, India

Pattadakal Monuments, Karnataka, India

The tiny village of Pattadakal, World heritage site by UNESCO is situated on the banks of the Malaprabha river in Karnataka, India. Referred to as Petrigal by Ptolemy.  It is located in North Karnataka’s Bagalkot district on the banks of the river Malaprabha. It has been listed amongst the World Heritage Sites due to its remarkable temples. It illustrates the Chalukyan art which, in the 7th and 8th centuries A.D. , under the Chalukya dynasty, achieved a harmonius blend of architectural forms from the north and south of India. ThereRead More