(Last Updated on : 23/09/2015)
North India is the subcontinent's melting pot and the monuments here bear testimony to this fact. Tales of romance, chivalry, loyalty, deceit, contrive, camaraderie, etc are superbly spun around the World Heritage Monuments in North India. Indian cities like Agra, Delhi and others are sprinkled with several such historical and religious Indian monuments. The cultural importance associated with these sites has led to their enlistment in the UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Splendid monuments, such as the Taj Mahal, are part of the World Heritage Sites in North India. Tourists from across the globe drop in to witness the glory of this memorial of love. Besides, there are historical sites like the Red Fort in Delhi. Whilst one is engrossed in the monuments the captivating beauty of the Indian landscape is equally inescapable. Hence natural site, such as, the Valley of Flowers is also on the list of World Heritage sites in North India.