India, the incredibly extraordinary country of the world holds a great and grand historic importance. In the chapters of History, when it comes to the past of the world, India is proudly a part of it. Besides of India just being a part of the history of the world, India itself retain the beautiful, royal and grand history which fills the chapters of the history books within no time.
With the history that still prevails, for anyone who wishes to to explore the history of this extra ordinary nation in deep, shall require a period of lifetime yet the simplest way to the history of India is the history of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
The three iconic cities of India are the face of the country to the World. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the cities as historic as the epic Mahabharata reflects the perfect history of India thus being the Gateway to the History of the Country. These three cities, with the royal and grand history are not boring as per what we usually think. These cities retain a huge historic importance of culture and heritage they once received by their rulers. Oh yeah, rulers!
As Delhi being one of the oldest cities of India, it has seen the rise and fall of many empires. Even till today, every single lane of Delhi has an untold and unheard story no one knows. Apart from the lanes, the roads of the old Delhi, the magnificent architectural marvels built by the different Emperors of different Empires explain the golden era that once lived.
Known to be the Mini India, Delhi is the only city that showcases the culture and heritage of the overall country. Initially made up with eight different cities that once lived, now the capital of India is proudly known as Delhi. Famous for its cuisine and heritage, the culture of Delhi is the natives of the previously existed era. Yet with the modernization that occurred, Delhi is known to be the perfect fusion of history and modernity. No wonder why people from all over the globe are fascinated with this epic city.
While Delhi showcases the great historic importance, one shall not forget that Delhi received its importance only when the importance of Agra as the capital of the Mughal Empire was diminished. Again, with the history that is still alive in Agra with its world famous, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal, showcases the living structures of the people in the once existed years. The magnificent symbol of love reflects the emotions of the people towards each other, the love for their nation and the love of the culture that is alive till date.
The land to the Rajputs, Jaipur has its own stories seen by the legends, told by the natives and agreed upon by the lives living. The land which is known for its luxury and royalty till now got them as a gift from their rulers mainly the Rajputs. Regarded as the city that showcases the culture and heritage of the flamboyant state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a city that reflects the past of the overall Rajasthan. The love of the colors in the heart of the people can be seen as per how the city itself is painted in pink and thus known as the Pink City.
One shall be very much scared to read and understand the history of only these cities and would be completely muddled about how these cities are the gateway to the history of the country, but trust me; I don’t think you need to worry. With the history that once lived in these cities reflects the way the lives once lived in the overall India. Hence, making the Gateway to the History of India that still prevails.