1. Red Fort, Delhi

The Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a magnificent example of scale and beauty. The building process lasted ten years, from 1638 to 1648. 

2. Qutub Minar, Delhi

One of Delhi's most important historical sites and a UNESCO World Heritage Site is Qutub Minar. 

3. Fatehpur Sikri, UP

The short-lived capital of the Mughal emperor Akbar was Fatehpur Sikri, which is located roughly 40 km to the west of Agra.

4. Taj Mahal, Agra

One of the most well-known historical sites in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the Taj Mahal.

5. Gateway of India, Mumbai

One of Mumbai's well-known historical sites is the Gateway of India. It served as a point of access for admission and exit during the British era beginning in 1924.

6. Konark Sun Temple, Odisha

A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Odisha, the Konark Sun Temple is a tribute to the artistic genius produced during the time of King Narasimhadeva

7. Khajuraho Temple, Madhya Pradesh

Located in the Madhya Pradesh village of Khajuraho, the Khajuraho Temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

8. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

With stopping in Jaipur to see the Hawa Mahal, your trip would be lacking. The Palace of Winds, also known as Hawa Mahal, was more of a gallery than a monument.

9. Hampi, Karnataka

A reminder of the splendour that reigned under the Vijaynagara Empire may be found in the ruins of Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

10. Mahabodhi Temple, Bihar

Gautam Buddha is said to have reached enlightenment while sitting beneath a fig tree at the Mahabodhi Temple.