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Walls tell stories. By Mrs Jyothi Singh EVS Class V 2013. Courtesy; by Mr. Pydah,BBSR. Some of the famous monuments of india. LOTUS TEMPLE. RED FORT. HUMANYUN TOMB AT DELHI. HUMAYUN TOMB. KUTUB MINAR. GATEWAY OF INDIA. BULAND DARWAJA. GOLDEN TEM,PLE. Taj Mahal. ताज महल.

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    1. Walls tell stories By MrsJyothi Singh EVS Class V 2013 Courtesy; by Mr. Pydah,BBSR

    2. Some of the famous monuments of india LOTUS TEMPLE RED FORT HUMANYUN TOMB AT DELHI HUMAYUN TOMB

    3. KUTUB MINAR GATEWAY OF INDIA BULAND DARWAJA GOLDEN TEM,PLE TajMahal ताज महल

    4. TajMahal is a marble monument located in Agra. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz. 

    5. GOLCONDA FORT

    6. he capital of the ancient kingdom of Golconda---------The meeting place

    7. Golconda (sometimes spelled as Golkonda) Fort was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Golconda which flourished in the 14th to 16th century. It is situated 11 kilometers from Hyderabad, the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh. With walls ranging from 17 to 34 feet broken by 87 semi-circular bastions, some reaching 60 feet in height, and built on a granite hill that is 400 feet high, it remains one of India’s most magnificent fortress complexes.

    8. The palace kitchen and godown side

    9. The fountain

    10. Unique Engineering

    11. Carving on the walls & gate

    12. Places to worship in the fort

    13. Weapons in golconda fort – a mark of strength

    14. Water went up step by step filling the tanks, That would fall in the upper tank and fill. The system would continue Even the pipes had different slopes to create pressure Water tanks and pipes