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Ever wondered how rich the heritage is in India? Grab your camera and visit these locations with your friends to cherish it as per Holiday IQ users. 

1. Khajuraho ; For its sensuous sculptures

Khajuraho ; For its sensuous sculptures
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saranya Devanathan adds, “The best part is a huge sphinx kind of Nandi on the top of the temple. If one starts from Varaha temple on the left side, by the time we reach Vishwanath temple on the right we get tired. Even the guide says all the temples are the same, I have told you the story, after little rest you can go on your own and see the temple.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Pradeep Kumar shares, “Very old temple with excellent architecture. We visited western side temples in Khajuraho. They are 11 in number. Very old temple. Excellent architecture. Entry fee is Rs 10/- per head. A guide takes for a group of 1 to 5 for Rs. 1100/- which seems a little high. ” Read Full Review 

2. Panjim ; The Indian party hub

Panjim ; The Indian party hub
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq says, “Excellent example of Portuguese Civic architecture; An excellent example of Portuguese civic architecture in the 19th century, the Institute Vasco da Gama was build to impart knowledge in the arts and sciences. It was later renamed after the philanthropist Luis de Menezes Braganza, whose famous family home is in Chandor, South Goa.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vaishali K says, “The visit to this place was planned all of a sudden and proved to be a worthy one. It is a must-see site of Goa, and needless to mention that the architecture of the church is amusing and truly captivating! Also, there is a museum on the upper floors of the church building. ” Read Full Review 

3. Madurai ; A place for Dravidian architecture

Madurai ; A place for Dravidian architecture
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HolidayIQ Reviewer ABHINAV Kumar shares, “The magnificent architectural marvel is a pure bliss. Once you enter the temple you will be amazed and surprised at every corner. The goddess temple has two types of darshans.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Mahendra Jain shares, “Beautiful temple with intricate architecture; Meenakshi Temple is must-visit place in South India. Its architecture reminds you of our capabilities in Ancient India” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nagendra Revooru adds, “Wow, amazing temple The temple is dedicated to Meenakshi, her eyes are so attractive, bird, on one hand, the statue is great.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sangram ghatge says, “Colourful temple with good architecture; Temple was very crowded, we took 100 Rs ticket but still, it took 2 hours for darshan.” Read Full Review 

4. Warangal ; For its history and culture

Warangal ; For its history and culture
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saddam Syed says, “Historical location with beautiful architecture of Kakatiya dynasty; I went with my friends to Golconda Fort. It was a very good memory of visiting Warangal Fort; enjoyed a lot had great fun by jumping, dancing in the fort. Since the fort is totally grassy land we can sit, jump and can do anything, like in a garden.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Savan Parthasarathi shares, “Beautiful historical temple with great architecture and wonderful construction. I went to Ramappa Temple.. It is a beautiful temple with great architecture and good construction.” Read Full Review 

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5. Thanjavur ; The land of the Cholas

Thanjavur ; The land of the Cholas
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Piruthivi Raj adds, “Brihadeeswarar Temple Peruvudaiyar Kovil, which is also famous as Brihadeeswarar Temple, and RajaRajeshwara Temple, is located at Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Harilal Pillai says, “Amazing temple; One of the best ancient and largest temples in India. 1000year old temple, still preserved as it is. Temple tower is so huge and carved out of a single 80ton rock. Nandi's Statue is also made out of a single rock.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Bhupalam Kumar says, “A beautiful lifetime memory; A huge temple you can't even imagine. There is a big Nandi. The premises are neat and clean. We visited the temple at night time. It is very beautiful with lights. The architecture is very nice.” Read Full Review 

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