India boasts of diversity in topography, heritage, culture and language. The historical monuments of India speak of the historical tales.

Seven Wonders of India are :
Harmandir Sahib Golden Temple
Konark Sun Temple
Taj Mahal

1. Gomateshwara- Karnataka

Gomateshwara is dedicated to God Baahubali of Jain religion. It is located in Shravanabelagola, Karnataka. It is one of the largest free-standing statues of the world.

During celebration, the statue is washed and polished with milk, saffron, and ghee to maintain the shimmer & luster of the rock.

How to Reach

By air: Mysore Airport is 94.5 km away.

By rail: Shravanabelagola has its own railheadand is well-connected with major cities like Bangalore, Mangalore, Mysore, Pune, and Coimbatore.

By road: The driving distance from Bangalore is 144 km via NH 75

2. Hampi- Karnataka

It is located in Tungabhadra, Karnataka, Hampi is one of the most famous historical places in India. Hampi is known for historical ruins of the grand Vijaynagar Kingdom. It is recognized as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

How to Reach

By air: Hubli Airport is 167.3 km away.

By rail: Hospet railway station is located 13 km.

By road: The driving distance from Bangalore is 343 km via NH 48 and NH 50.

3.Golden Temple- Amritsar

Harmandir Sahib, more popularly known as the Golden Temple and Durbar Sahib, is the holiest shrine of Sikhism. Its serenity & the charm of the place, clean & hygienic ambiance, and spiritual solace have made it popular in the world.

How to Reach

By air: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport is situated 11 km from the city-centre.

By rail: Amritsar Railway Station is well connected to other Indian cities.

By road: Buses are available from other cities in Punjab and other places.

4. Khajuraho- Madhya Pradesh

Khajuraho is known for its cluster of marvelous Hindu & Jain temple structure.

How to Reach: Khajuraho has its own airport and railway station.

5. Konark Sun Temple – Odisha

It is located at Konark in coastal Orissa. It is a cluster of ancient temples with stunning artwork & sculptures. It is built in typical Kalinga style pattern by the King Narasimhadeva-I of the Ganga Dynasty.

How to Reach

By air: The Bhubaneswar Airport is situated 64 km away.

By rail: The nearest railhead is Puri, 31 km away.

By road: Buses of the Odisha State Public Transport are available from Puri, Bhubaneswar, and other cities.

6. Nalanda – Bihar

Nalanda is located near Patna. It is one of the ancient education centers in India. It is believed that students from several places came here to attain education and enhance learning skills.

How to Reach

By air: Lok Nayak Jayaprakash International Airport in Patna is situated 97 km away.

By rail: Rajgir, located 12 km away, is the nearest railway connect.

By road: Nalanda is well connected by roads with Rajgir, Bodhgaya, Patna, Pawapuri, Bihar Sharif, and other cities.

7. Taj Mahal – Uttar Pradesh

Taj Mahal is the white marble mausoleum in Agra. It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. This masterpiece is regarded as one of the World Heritage Sites. It showcases Islamic artwork.

How to Reach

By air: Agra’s Kheria Airport, located about 12.5 km from the city.

By rail: Agra has five main railway stations and these are well-connected with Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and other cities of India.

By road: Nalanda is well connected by roads with Rajgir, Bodhgaya, Patna, Pawapuri, Bihar Sharif, and other cities.

India have a large number of monuments which have their own architecture and story behind them but these are the top 7 which you should definitely check out.