Which is your favourite Cultural heritage of India?

Hampi - Hampi was the 14th century magnificent capital of one of the greatest empires of the world. It is protected by the tempestuous Tungabhadra river on the north and by rocky granite ridges on the three sides. Covering an area of about 26 kms, the ruins are situated in the midst of a rugged landscape.

The Mahanavami Dibba or the royal seat is yet another striking structure in Hampi. This immense platform was used by the kings to view the Dassehra festivities. It commands an overwhelming view of the royal residences and other ruins of a glorious era. Nearby are the Lotus Mahal and the elephant stables. The Lotus Mahal, a graceful two-storeyed palace is a photographer's delight and is an attractive synthesis of Hindu and Islamic architecture.
November 9, 2006 2:06am CST
Hampi is my favourite.
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9 Nov 06
Telling about the favourite heritage point is damn difficult for me.... coz i like everythin abt India.. India's heritage is like a rainbow of multiple facets like performing arts, crafts, religion, customs, traditions, beliefs, philosophy, history, health, medicine, travel, cuisine, monuments, literature, painting and languages. Each one of these heritages of India reflects the influence of prevailing cultures. These were the cultures primarily taken birth from the amalgamation of migrating cultures with the Indian ones. Nevertheless today its medical, scientific and philosophical heritage has made a mark of its own in the world. From Amarnath to Kaya kumari, i like every cultural heritage site...