India is a bag full of hidden treasures! One would end up being spellbound if they were to see the glorious sights that our country has to cover. Recently, we witnessed the crystal clear waters of Meghalaya’s Dawki River which could be mistaken for as the Maldives!
And now, people online are sharing pictures of stunning Indian Architectures, claiming that they could put the Wonders of the World to shame. From Gujarat’s ‘Rani Ki Vav’ to the intricately designed temples of Tamil Nadu, people shared pictures showing off how beautiful and artistically brilliant some of India’s historical sites are.
Have a look:
I always laugh when ever they say, that there are only 7 wonders in the world. pic.twitter.com/iJNjt8RBom
— Lost Temples™ (@LostTemple7) September 24, 2020
The Seven Wonders are probably accounting for human efforts at excellence in architecture.
Our temples fall beyond the realm of human endeavours and it is rightly so that they are not clubbed with walls, tombs and towers with structural defects.
But sadly we don't give value. pic.twitter.com/8m7tW6N7KN
— The Pilgrim (@pavpil) September 25, 2020
Ramanathaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. This temple is another famous pilgrimage site in India and is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples in India. pic.twitter.com/kpFbAOCMtH
— Deeksha Sharma (@AskDeeksha) September 24, 2020
It'd take a couple of days to thoroughly appreciate the sculptures and design as stepwell portrays the entire universe inhabited by —
animals, fishes and birds including real and mythical ones; plants and trees pic.twitter.com/lhKVEMQLoW
— Anu Jain (@anujain2000) September 24, 2020
क्या दुनिया ने सारे आश्चर्यजनक चीजें देखी थी जो उसे मात्र 7 wonders ही मिला, लगता है कोई पागला फिरकी ले रहा था pic.twitter.com/CJDbL0SgUF
— 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳Brand Pappu🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@secularchachu) September 24, 2020
A must see , carving inside is magnificent and you can also visit near by Motera sun temple pic.twitter.com/aWrBIBKeut
— Surendra Mehta (@surenmehta) September 25, 2020
Ranakpur Jain temple, Rajasthan…
Look at the accuracy….just unbelieveable!!! pic.twitter.com/yEFBwVBYn0
— Proud Indian🇮🇳 (@JITENNNZ) September 24, 2020
— दिव्या (@DivyaKShandilya) September 24, 2020
Rani ki vav pic.twitter.com/TawBOk2PKz
— Sarath (@bsarathcp) September 24, 2020
Brihadeshwara Thanjavur Big Temple, Tamilnadu. pic.twitter.com/o9ALJ7sorT
— Sarvana Naidu (@SarvanaNaidu) September 25, 2020
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They carved more than 1000 such a beautiful culpture❤️ pic.twitter.com/U7jeZUyESD
— manav chaudhary (@Maan_99_) September 24, 2020
In Tamilnadu 🥰 pic.twitter.com/PLw6aPLpHq
— D M EASUDASS (@DMeasudass1994) September 25, 2020
— 🦂$co₹p!oN (@surunaik14) September 24, 2020
A different angle… pic.twitter.com/k76ivIrNyg
— UK (@Peanuts0545) September 25, 2020
Several people took to the comment section to claim how India is indeed filled with an infinite number of “wonders”!
And this wasn't even created to be some "wonder of the world"… this was just to make water available to all… hamare yaha paropkaar me bhi chamatkar kar liye jaate hai..
— Vyengy (@Vyengy1) September 25, 2020
There are seven "wonders" in the world, but above all there are Indian creations like this.
— Ashok Shetty (ಅಶೋಕ -#JaiShreeRam) 🇮🇳 (@ashokshetty1970) September 24, 2020
Beautiful…we should actually have Wonders of India.. beautiful Architecture..so much we don't know about our own country..🙏🇮🇳
— Kavya (@chinkib) September 24, 2020
— Amol A Girhe (@amolagirhe) September 24, 2020
India has infinite number of wonders.❤️
— Prateek Khandelwal (@prateek1393) September 25, 2020
Awesome. Firsttime seeing it. Real wonder
— Moutani Chakraborty (@moutani_T4u) September 24, 2020
Quite something, the architecture!
— Arti (@artisdiary) September 25, 2020
In a way I am happy these unique architectural wonders are not in the official wonder list. Don’t want tourists ruining & disturbing the sanctity of this history.
— Ash (@asheeshsisar) September 24, 2020
All those over hyped. Real wonders are hidden here which is coming out 👌 https://t.co/n0SlCbACPr
— Sujeet Kumar (@SUJEKUMA2) September 25, 2020
India is full of wonders. Those 7 wonders are for rest of the world only. One life is not enough to see all with your other routine work. https://t.co/EFCElPL7MH
— jai ho!! (@mittalsandy) September 24, 2020
Can the pandemic please subside so I can pack my bags and embark on a journey to see all of these gorgeous Indian architectures?