It’s no surprise that India’s tourism industry is flourishing.
Its been dubbed as the fastest growing in the world and has become a major source of revenue for the government.
Here’s a look at some of the top spots to visit and what makes them so interesting.1.
The Taj Mahal (3,500 sq. meters)Tanzania has more than 50 temples and monasteries that are in the UNESCO World Heritage list, which means they are under constant threat of destruction.
The majestic Taj Maha is located in the middle of the city of Kolkata, just a few miles away from the capital.
There are many other magnificent temples and sites throughout the city that you can visit, including the Taj Mahals Mughal Museum, a large collection of Indian antiquities, the Indian Pavilion at the Taj, and the Taj Mughals Garden of Wonders.2.
The Bijapur Temple (2,700 sq. m)The Bijanpura Temple is situated at the foot of Mount Jandiala.
It’s home to over 4,000 people and has the largest concentration of temples in India.
Built in 1612 by King Narasimha Rao, the temple is a Hindu pilgrimage site, offering prayers at the end of each lunar day.
It is one of the holiest places in India, but not only is the temple inaccessible, but the construction work has been plagued by accidents and the temple has been damaged numerous times.3.
The Dharamshala Temple (3.5 million sq. ft.)
Located in the state of West Bengal, the Dharampal Temple was built by Guru Nanak Dev in the 8th century.
It stands in the heart of the town of Dharamsala and was a major tourist attraction until the 1980s.
During that time, the structure was extensively damaged by a series of floods and was not reconstructed until 2009.4.
The Nagarjuna Temple (1.7 million sq ft.)
Built in the 17th century, the Nagarji Temple is one the oldest Hindu temples in the country and is known for its unique architecture and intricate rituals.
It sits on the banks of the Ganges River and is one one of India’s most important Hindu shrines.5.
The Jumla Temple (7.2 million sqft.)
Located on the bank of the Indus River, the Jumal Temple is a sacred site of India.
It was built in the 16th century by the king of India, Akbar.
It has the highest concentration of statues in India with over 7,000 statues.6.
The Bhaktapur Temple(1.2 billion sq ft)The largest Hindu temple in India is situated in the city, which has a population of over 7 million.
The temple is surrounded by lush gardens and a collection of Buddhist statues.
The complex was founded in the 19th century and is now known for the Bhaktapur, a pilgrimage site known as the home of the Buddha.7.
The Vijayapura Temple(2.5 billion sq. feet)Located in north Delhi, the Vijayamurthy Temple is the oldest temple in the western world.
Built by the Buddha himself, it has over 740 statues, including many sculptures of Buddha.
It can be seen from all over the city and can be reached via a narrow wooden bridge.8.
The Kankalapalli Temple (600 sq.m)This majestic structure sits on a cliff in the foothills of the Himalayas, which is one reason why the temple was built at such a high altitude.
It boasts of the largest collection of temples and shrines in the Western world, including over 1,000 temples.9.
The Babri Masjid(1 million sq)A famous landmark in the Indian capital, the Kankapalli Masjad is home to the largest number of shrines and temples in Europe and Asia.
The site was built over two centuries ago and it’s considered one of world’s largest Christian churches.10.
The Vasant Vihar Temple (750 sq.ft.)
The tallest structure in the whole country is the Vasant Vidharam temple.
It features a towering structure of 1,500 meters (4,400 feet) tall and is considered to be one of three sacred sites in the Hindu religion.
The main attraction is the Ramayana, a collection tomes of sacred Hindu texts, which are believed to have been composed by Guru Gobind Singh in the 3rd century BC.11.
The Temple of the Vulture (3 million sq.)
This majestic landmark is the world’s highest structure, built by King Hari in the 7th century BC, and has an incredible array of Hindu gods, including Krishna, Lakshmi and Shiva.12.
The Vishwanath Temple(400 sq. meter)The most famous Hindu temple on Earth is the Vishwamitra Temple, located in Varanasi,