Tagged: Forts of India

Ugra Narasimha or Laxmi Narasimha statue in Hampi 4

Hampi: Story of A Ruined Citadel – Part 1

The visual delight of Hampi is dominated by craggy hills, Tungabhadra river, plain surfaces or vale and widespread of ruins. The entire region consists of 1600 surviving remains which include temples, mandapas, forts, royal complexes, lofty towers, water structures, pillared halls, gateways, defense architectures, stables, and many more. My imagination took a swift turn from the alley of Roman Amphitheater to the era of Ramayana.

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Baz Bahadur’s Palace in Mandu Fort, Madhya Pradesh, India 7

Mandu: A Ruined City in the Heart of Incredible India – Part 1

Once, it was a thriving city situated on the top of a hill, surrounded by the dense forest, where nature was the protector of the fort. Love bloomed, where Islamic faiths melted into the Hindu faiths, become myths and part of folklore. Even conspiracies were hatched, where a sharp dagger killed the faith of a father. Whatever happened, the destiny never encountered permanent sorrow, as joy was in the air of Mandu. Mandu, a story of a city called Shadiabad or City of Joy, Anand Nagri.

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