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In the foothills of the Himalayas and the forest of northern India, from the banks of Ganges to the temples of the Varanasi, this sub-continent is full of subjects to study. For the lovers of fauna there are more then five hundred species of mammals living in the country, these include wild ass, one horned rhino and the Indian elephant. 

Over two thousand species and sub species of birds, which include large hornbills, fishing owls as well as the elegant national bird “the peacock”. For the study of flora, ever green forest in the northeast and along the Western Ghats. Moist and dry deciduous forests of the plains. Swampy marshes of Bengal and Madhya Pradesh and pinewoods of the Himalayan foot hills – each pave for a different Eco system, sheltering unique forms of plant and animal life. 

For the archeological study, India offers rich archeological legacy dating to ancient past never ceases to lure even a traveler. These sites are known to have an exceptional interest and universal value, the protection of which is the concern of all mankind. Some of the most famous sites are Ajanta & Ellora – magnificent rock-cut Buddhist cave temples. 

Mahabalipuram shore temple in south, carved out of rock along the cromonadal coast. Konark sun temple – chariot of the sun god pulled by seven carved ornamented horses. Khajuraho - renowned for their fine blend of sculpture and architecture. Hampi the glories of Hindu kingdom. Elephanta the glorious abode of lord Shiva. Sanchi – known for its masterpieces of Buddhist art. 

The most enduring achievements of Indian civilization is its architecture, which extends to a great deal more than the Taj Mahal or the temple complexes of Khajuraho and Vijayanagara. Though the sites of Harappa, Mohenjo-daro and Lothal provide substantial evidence of extensive town planning. Temples are the major part of India architecture, each monarch have contributed more or less. 

In South India Pallavas share can be seen in monoliths of Mahabalipuram and Kanchipuram. And of later periods of Vijayanagara at Meenakshi temple of Madurai. In central India, the Chandelas built a magnificent temple complex at their capital, Khajuraho. These temples show vaishnavite, Shaivite, and Tantrik influence.Surya or sun temple of Solanki King’s in Modehra, three hours away from Ahemadabad provide striking testimony to their achievements. 

The temples of, Konark, Bhubaneshwar and Puri in Orissa are the masterpieces of Hindu architecture. The Mughal Emperors were fond of monuments and gardens. Their monumental architecture includes Mosques, Mausoleums, forts and palaces. Some of their masterpieces be best seen at Delhi, Agra and Fatehpur Sikri. 

Mughal Emperors also laid down elaborate gardens, the finest of which are in Srinagar. British also contributed their bit to India’s architectural history, their contribution can be seen in the Victoria Terminus in Bombay, Victoria Memorial in Calcutta, St. John’s church in Delhi and of course in the present capital of India, Delhi. 

India’s vast diversity provides countless subjects for study, Float & Fly Tour will be pleased to arrange complete material and support, and chalk out itinerary to study subject of your interest

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