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Places visited in Murshidabad, India
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Pune, India

Servants of India Society Monument

A hilltop stone monument commemorating the establishment of a historic social welfare organization.
Wadki, India

Underground Tunnel at Mastani Lake

Once a passageway that led to the Shaniwar Wada palace fort.
Veerampattinam, India

Arikamedu

The best-preserved Roman site in India.
Pune, India

Maratha War Memorial

A stone monument dedicated to Indian soldiers who fought and died for the British Indian Army during World War I.
Sidhpur, India

Losel Doll Museum

The art and tradition of Tibetan costumes are preserved through these dolls made by Buddhist monks.
Pune, India

Statue of Aryabhata

A tribute to the creator of the present day Hindu number system.
Somanathapura, India

Keshava Temple

An astounding 13th-century architectural and historical achievement
Pune, India

The Grave of Alice Richman

In the middle of a peaceful campus garden stands a lone grave.
Murshidabad, India

Katra Masjid

This 18th-century complex has served as a mosque, mausoleum, and one of the largest caravanserais in India.
Pune, India

Mahadji Shinde Chhatri

A magnificent work of architecture designed to honor a former military leader.
Tiruparapu, India

Thirparappu Waterfalls

A handmade waterfall in Kanyakumari.
Mumbai, India

Afghan Church

A 19th-century church in South Mumbai built to commemorate those who died in the First Anglo-Afghan War and the retreat from Kabul in 1842.
Chennai, India

Fort St. George

The first English fort built in India.
Chennai, India

Ramanujan Museum

One-room museum dedicated to India's most enigmatic mathematician.
Kolkata, India

Cathedral of the Most Holy Rosary

Kolkata’s only Portuguese church has a curious link with chickens.
Kumbakonam, India

Airavatesvara Temple’s Optical Illusion

This temple contains what might be the world's oldest optical illusion.
Allahabad, India

The Triveni Sangam

The world's largest human gathering is held at the confluence of three sacred rivers, one of which is mythical.
Buldhana, India

Lonar Lake

This rare basalt crater lake is used to study the Moon and Mars.
Kasol, India

Kasol: Little Israel of the Himalayas

Remote town home to Himachalis, Israelis, and tons of hashish.
Dhar Lama Chung Chung, India

Key Monastery

This hilltop warren of monastic dwellings is the result of centuries worth of Mongol attacks.
New Delhi, India

Bahá'í Lotus Temple

A blooming house of worship for the masses.
Bhangarh, India

Bhangarh Fort

This abandoned fort is said to be the most haunted place in India, so much so that entry is prohibited after sunset.
Jaipur, India

Jantar Mantar

The world's second-largest sundial, made entirely out of stone.
Junagadh, India

Mahabat Maqbara

This otherworldly palace-mausoleum complex is the stuff eternal dreams are made of.