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James Corner
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Information about ancient historical temples in India visit http://visitsdindia.weebly.com
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Kaziranga is a perfect destination to see in India, Kaziranga is famous for its endangered species of one horn Rhino and home for many other animals also. This place is also included in the list of world Heritage site. for more on this visit visitdindia.blogspot.com
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The name Bhimbetka is associated with the ancient Indian epic hero Bhima. Who was well known for his physical strength, Because of its archaeological values and importance this destination is inclu......
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Salimgarh Fort
Ring Rd, New Delhi, Delhi (state)
Truly Delhi is fabulous in terms of its history. Many historical buildings are situated within the premises of Delhi and also is a capital city of India. Humayun Tomb, Red Fort Complex and Qutb Minar were included in the list of world heritage sites. Apart from this Delhi also features many more historical buildings also. Salimgarh is a part of Red Fort complex and which was also included in the list of the world heritage site. Archaeological Survey of India opened a Swatantrata Sangram Smarak which is a museum. In this fort many freedom fighter loss their lives this Smarak is opened here in memories of them.
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Find some Unknown, unexplored tourist destinations in India. Also get some knowledge about some archaeological sites on my blog
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James Corner is a professional archaeologist who studies human history from the development of the first stone tools of million years ago up until recent decades. It is of most importance for him to learn about prehistoric societies, when there are no written records for historians to study.
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    graduate in archaeology, 2001 - 2003
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Truly Delhi is fabulous in terms of its history. Many historical buildings are situated within the premises of Delhi and also is a capital city of India. Humayun Tomb, Red Fort Complex and Qutb Minar were included in the list of world heritage sites. Apart from this Delhi also features many more historical buildings also. Salimgarh is a part of Red Fort complex and which was also included in the list of the world heritage site. Archaeological Survey of India opened a Swatantrata Sangram Smarak which is a museum. In this fort many freedom fighter loss their lives this Smarak is opened here in memories of them.
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Rajgad, formerly known as Murumdeo, By 1648 AD. it was under the control of Shivaji, who gave new identity as a Rajgad, a royal fort. Shivaji reconstruct this fort in 1670 AD. This fort then became residence of Shivaji for 25 years where it witnessed golden history of Swarajya under Shivaji's dynasty.
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In Mahudi you can spend a whole day, lodging and food quality is excellent. There are lots of places you can visit here some to them are Jain Mandir of Vijapur, Kotyark Mandir, and beautiful sightseeing of beautiful Madhumati river.
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