Nearly 7 miles away from Jaipur (capital of Rajasthan) on a hill is the region's top tourist attraction. Amer Fort is a palace that contains four levels (accompanied with a courtyard on each level) and was built with marble and red sandstone.
This marvelous golden temple was constructed in the 1500s and completed in 1577 by Guru Ram Das. It was rebuilt several times due to damage from Muslim armies (Afghanistan and Mughal Empire).
The Taj Mahal is a famous attraction in the city of Agra and was designed as an ivory-white marble tomb (originally built to contain the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal, Mughal emperor, Shan Jahan's favorite wife (who ruled from 1628 - 1658)).
A very large monastery-temple rock-cut cave complex. This cave complex holds momuments depicting Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain figures. There is even a chariot shaped momument dedicated to Shiva in the Kailasha temple.
The beautiful Konkan Coast spans 450 miles along the coastal districts of Goa, Karnataka, and Maharashtra. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west and the Western Ghats mountain range to the east, Mumbai is the largest Indian city along its coastline.
Built as a luxury hotel, this incredible palace built on a lake houses 83 rooms (which have white marble walls). It resides in the city of Udaipur in Lake Pichola, on the island of Jag Niwas.