The rich history of the National Capital Territory of Delhi echoes loud in the various forts constructed through the ages and their ruins.
Qila Rai Pithora is a significant establishment faded in the chronicles of history. It was the first fortified city in Delhi during the medieval age, serving as the capital of kingdoms of Northern India.
The most significant sites of Buddhism lie across the Ganges Valley of India, through the states of Bihar and eastern part of Uttar Pradesh. The sacred sites of Buddhism are prominently scattered in East India, in Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh. The four principal Buddhism places are spread in the Ganges Valley of India – […]
The renowned Islamic Art took birth in India with the advent of Delhi Sultanate in 1206 AD, subsequently reaching its peak during the Mughal rule post which it witnessed unison with Christian influence. Islamic Art during Mughal reached its peak that dazzles and baffles the art lovers owing to their finesse and the enigma attached to […]