The cultural heritage of India is a combination of various sub-cultures, which are brought together by the divided communities of the people who come subcontinent as part of various religious interests, attacks, or trade as well as commercial. Different dynasties and different groups of people ruled and left behind the symbols of the Symbiotic hybrid culture.
Multilayered culture throughout India provides ample evidence of its historically facts.
1. 5000 years old, Varanasi is one of the oldest built places in the world
It is located on the banks of the Ganges River, the holy city of Banaras or Varanasi at least 3000 years old. According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Shiva discovered the city 5000 years ago.
Meteor builds Lake Lonar Lake in Maharashtra
A four-hour drive from Aurangabad and doubled as a well-kept secret Maharashtra, the lake was formed by a drop of 52,000 feet down 52,000 years ago. Those who love to travel should not miss out on this amazing star and the temples around us.
TWO MEN on the UNESCO World Heritage List!
The historic cities of Ahmedabad and Pink City-Jaipur were named “UNESCO World Heritage Sites.”
Jaipur is the capital of the state of Rajasthan of India. It removes the royal family that once ruled the region and that, in 1727, established the so-called Old City, or “Pink City” in the colour of a trademark. In the city of its magnificent street grid (notable in India) there is a beautiful, cordial City Palace building. With gardens, courtyards, and museums, part of it remains a palace.
Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in Gujarat province. The Sabarmati River flows through its centre. On the west bank is Gandhi Ashram in Sabarmati, displaying the leader’s residence and artefacts. Across the river, the Calico Museum of Textiles, once a building for a textile retailer, is a huge collection of old and modern textiles.
The only Floating Post Office Office in Dal Lake in Srinagar
India is known not only for the most significant number of post offices in the world but also has its own floating post office at Dal Lake in Srinagar. Built-in a houseboat, including a magnificent museum inside. An unusual fact about India, right?
Shongani Shingnapur is a village where houses have no doors!
Attracting more than 40,000 people daily dedicated to the 300-year-old legend, the Maharashtra village includes facilities without doors and keys. Its residents sleep well as they believe King Shongani is the city’s security guard. Hmm, I wonder how they keep the rain out …
The World’s Highest Cricket Ground
India is a cricket-loving nation. It is only natural that it also includes the highest quality cricket world in the world recorded by the Guinness Book. It is located at an altitude of 2,144 meters above sea level in the Chail, Himachal Pradesh.
The Second Largest Network of Roads in the World
Travel is easy here because there are nearly 1.9 million roads in the country, making it the second-largest road network in the world in the USA.
The World’s Highest Highway
The world’s most powerful road greets Ladakh at an altitude of more than 4,000 feet [19,300 m]. Bike Lovers, Beware because a little truth about India can bring you a new adrenaline-filled with adrenaline.
Bandra-Worli Sea Link Has Steel Rings Equal To The Earth’s Circle
This is true of India which many may not know. Each of the ropes is capable of holding 900 tons of weight. The total weight of nature is equivalent to 50,000 African elephants.
First World Train in Hospital
True to its name, Lifeline Express a.k.a Jeevan Rekha Express The world’s first hospital train takes its help from cancer surgery to remote villages.
“This blog post is written for SpeakEasy Blogging Challenge 2.0 hosted by Ruchi and Dipika”
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