India is widely known all over the world as one of the most visited destinations for its unique beauties in terms of nature landscape and sacred temples or mighty forts. The architectural structures were built hundreds years ago which not only becomes beautiful spots today but also brings along historical mystery and various ancient cultures. In addition, travelers arriving in India can enjoy breathtaking views of mountain ranges and unbelievable odd stories. Have you ever heard of Chattarpur Mandir temple, Nubra Valley, Loktak Lake, or "The king of all the forts", Rajgad Fort? It’s very interesting to have a look at a number of spectacular photos as top wonders in India.
Located in Delhi, Chattarpur Ka Mandir is one of the most popular temples of India, a truly wonder of architecture where you can find poetry is transmitted from stones.
Known as the largest freshwater lake in North-Eastern India, Loktak Lake is so-called a floating lake in the world thanks to its floating phumdis - heterogeneous mass of soil, vegetation, and organic matters.
This is one of the most splendid monuments of Hampi located on the Southern bank of the Tungabhadra River. The Vithala temple was built several hundreds years ago.
With such a breathtaking view, Nubra Valley is the geographical backbone famous for a beautiful tourist spot.
Mukteshwar was established around the 10th century and now becomes a tourist destination in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India.
The largest fort in India, Chittorgarh
The road to Kibber town in Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India. This is the highest town in the world. (4,200m above sea level)
The mountain range along the western coast of India
One of mighty architectures in India
Known as "The king of all the forts", the Rajgad Fort in Maharashtra was special for its construction.
There are wells or reservoirs built at the center of Temple Tanks.
Kumbalgarh fort in Rajasthan was constructed at the height of 1,100m surrounded by 36km wall.