Kelve Fort is located near Palghar District of Maharashtra at the southern end of the Kelva Beach. It was built by the Portuguese in 16th century.
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Kelve Fort, also known as Kelva Fort, is located near Palghar District of Maharashtra at the southern end of the Kelva Beach. The fort was built by the Portuguese during the 16th century. Later, it was also used by the Maratha ruler, Shivaji for his defense purposes. Most of the region around the fort is covered with Suru trees.
Barabati Fort Barabari Fort stands as a witness to various dynasties who have ruled Cuttack in the past. It is one of the important heritage and tourist attractions of the state attracting lovers of historical places.
Monuments of Rajasthan The monuments of Rajasthan are considered as the architectural heritage of India. The architecture of Rajasthan is mainly Hindu, with few monuments displaying the blend of the Hindu and Mughal structural designs. The forts, palaces, and the intricately carved temples are integral parts of the architectural heritage of the state.
Chitrapur Math Chitrapur Math is reckoned as the "Mansion Of God". This Math has a long history behind its establishment. It is the central Math for the Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmins. Lord Bhavanishankar, a form of Lord Shiva is the central deity of this Math.
Phodong Monastery Phodong Monastery is one amongst the six most important Buddhist monasteries in Sikkim and among the best places of pilgrimage in Gangtok. The monastery houses approximately 260 monks.
Tendong Monastery Tendong Gumpha is situated atop Tendong Hill in South Sikkim. This monastery is surrounded by lush green virgin reserve forest. No monks reside in this secluded monastery.