Irshalgad needle hole
Natural arch formed in the basalt of Irshalgad Hill, in the lower, middle part of the summit. The summit of hill in medieval times was used as a hill fort.
Map of the site
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- Image, Flickr, taken by Nagraj Salian, accessed in 7 May 2010.
Any other continent (and part of the world) seems small if compared to Asia. This refers also to natural and man-made heritage: in Asia are not just thousands of great landmarks, here are found landmarks created by thousands of diverse cultures from ancient Phoenicians to the mysterious small people in the Philippines and eastern islands of Indonesia.
Maharashtra is a truly splendid state. It has everything – enormous metropolises and countless waterfalls in mountains, urban decay and architectural splendor, remnants of millennia-old Harappan towns and modern, very expensive architecture.
India is the seventh-largest country in the world by area, and, naturally, such a large area contains a huge amount of exciting attractions…
Wondermondo considers that India is the second richest center of architectural heritage in the world after Europe and maybe no single country in the world can match it in this respect.
Explores the romance of India’s forts and palaces, their past glory, wars, and warriors.