Here is the list of 10 places which have not changed in 100 years.
- Ambar Fort, Jaipur
Amber Fort, also known as Amber Palace. This fort depicts true royal lifestyle of the Rajputs, who are known for their decadent, radical and volatile behaviour.
Hampi is located in the north of Karnataka. The town lies on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, 74 km away from Bellary.
For 450 years Goa was a Portuguese colony until taken over by India in 1961. This heritage is still apparent in the architecture of its churches and old houses, and the culture of its towns, which is very distinct from the rest of India.
Sanchi, located in Raisen District of the state of Madhya Pradesh, which is renowned for its Buddha stupas and monuments. It is located at the footsteps of a hill and recognised for several Buddhist monuments.
The unique location of Pondicherry captured the attention of Portuguese, the Dutch, the Danes, the English and the French. Pondicherry remained as the capital of French India for about 300 years, before it attained its independence in 1954.
Lepakshi, a historical and archaeological village, is situated in Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh. It is 15 km east of Hindupur. Ruled by Vijayanagar kings in the years of yore.
- Maratha Palace, Durbar Hall, Thanjavur
The place is one of the oldest cities in India and existed since the times of the Chola Kings. It is popularly known as Mother Cauvery which is clearly evident from ‘Kaviri-Thala-Puranam’.
For geeks or history lovers, must-visit sightseeing places in Kolkata are Birla Planetarium, Indian Museum, which houses a varied collection of unique fossils, Buddhist Gandhara art and an Egyptian mummy, Tagore House at Jorasanko and Science City.
Khajuraho, located in the district of Chhatarpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Khajuraho is known all over the world for its temples, which belong to the medieval Hindu and Jain period.
It is popularly called the ‘Sun City’ because it experiences bright and sunny days throughout the year. Another name for this city is ‘Blue City’ because the houses around the Mehrangarh Fort are all painted blue.