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Ancient Indian Cities
Ancient Indian Cities are mostly known for their rich culture and diversity. Further, a glimpse of the history of ancient India can be obtained from the ancient Indian Cities. These ancient cities of India are now popular places of archaeological tourism.
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 Unakoti
Unakoti is an archaeological venue in Tripura. This spot also has the importance of pilgrimage tourism. It is a Shaivite place of offering worships with idols and rock-cut images of Lord Shiva and other Hindu deities.
 Lal Mahal
Lal Mahal of Pune is one of the most famous monuments of Pune. It was built during the rule of Marathas. Shivaji stayed there for many years until he had captured his first fort.
 Lotus Mahal in Hampi
Lotus Mahal, also called, Chitragani Mahal and Kamal Mahal, is located in the Zenana enclosure of Hampi. It was built in the Indo-Islamic style. It is believed that the royal women used to come here to mingle during evening.
 Dibiyapur
Dibiyapur is a town in the Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh. It is an important place in terms of education, employment and industrial development. It is a nagar panchayat in the Auraiya district.
 Vijay Stambha
Vijay Stambha is a magnificent structure in the heart of Chittorgarh, constructed by Rana Kumbha. It is a very famous sight of Rajasthan tourism attracting visitors from all across the world.
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