7 engineering wonders in India’s architecture

7 engineering wonders in India’s architecture

Indian wonder

Some of the architectural wonders in India that have become a point of attraction for the world are: (Image: Freepik)

Kailasa Temple, Ellora Caves

This temple is believed to have been carved out of a single rock, with amazing work and details dating back to the 8th century. (Image: Freepik)

Mahatma Gandhi Setu, Bihar

The length of the bridge is 5,750 meters, making it the third longest in India. It connects Patna to Hajipur across the Ganga River. (Image: Freepik)

Taj Mahal

Beautiful architectural wonder that draws the world to it. Built in the 17th century at a cost of 30 million rupees, it remains a mark of engineering brilliance. (Image: Unsplash)

Lepakshi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Excellent architectural art of ancient India. This temple has hanging pillars that seem impossible to realize. (Image: Freepik)

Atal Tunnel, Himachal Pradesh

Double road tunnel with a roadway of 8 meters and a clearance height of 5,525 meters. It is 9.02 kilometers long (Image: Unsplash)

Chenab Bridge

It is the highest railway bridge in the world. It is 1,315 meters long and 359 meters above the level of the riverbed.

Statue of Unity, Gujarat

It is the tallest statue in the world, dedicated to Sardar Patel. It is 182 meters high and has become a world attraction. (Image: Unsplash)