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The magnificent rock-cut caves at Undavalli near Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh are unique. This cave complex has layers in which you can see the influence of Buddhists, Jains, and Hindus, and this cave tells the story of the development of faith, many beautiful and more than one. The center of attraction here is the center of attraction among the sculptures. It is shown lying on a Sheshnag made of granite stone.

Fort Mubarak located in Bathinda was built by King Dub during 90-110 AD During the Kushan period, the fort was built with clay bricks. It is considered to be the oldest Purana fort in India. Today it is looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India.

There are 72 ancient temples of terracotta in Malati, a small town near Shikaripara in the jungles of Jharkhand, which have been sung since pre-historic times. These exquisite temples are considered to be one of the top 12 endangered cultural heritage sites on their walls. And narrates the story of Mahabharata in a unique way.

The ancient Kalinjar Fort, situated atop a separate rocky hill at 1203 feet above sea level, is one of the eight kilos built by the Chandela kings. This fort built as a residence for many dynasties that ruled Bundelkhand is a treasure house of many monuments and sculptures.