This #tourpackage is quite famous among the #travelers who want to #explore any place in a different way. Being a #desert state, #Rajasthan has many of ghost #villages like #Bhangarh, #Kuldhara etc. and few of them are maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). This #tour takes you away from hustle & Bustle of India and offers you a relaxing time and give you a chance to recharge yourself with a unique opportunity to learn about rural life in Rajasthan

This #tourpackage is quite famous among the #travelers who want to #explore any place in a different way. Being a #desert state, #Rajasthan has many of ghost #villages like #Bhangarh, #Kuldhara etc. and few of them are maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). This #tour takes you away from hustle & Bustle of India and offers you a relaxing time and give you a chance to recharge yourself with a unique opportunity to learn about rural life in Rajasthan

"Bhimbetka a unesco world heritage site, home to some of the oldest cave paintings known to man ten thousand or more years older,the amazing thing about these paintings is that they were actually painted using prehistoric forms of dyes and pigments and given that they were painted, it is a wonder how the paintings haven’t fallen prey to erosion and other natural processes. In fact, recent marks made by the Archaeological Survey of India on the same stones, only 60 years back are faded and…

"Bhimbetka a unesco world heritage site, home to some of the oldest cave paintings known to man ten thousand or more years older,the amazing thing about these paintings is that they were actually painted using prehistoric forms of dyes and pigments and given that they were painted, it is a wonder how the paintings haven’t fallen prey to erosion and other natural processes. In fact, recent marks made by the Archaeological Survey of India on the same stones, only 60 years back are faded and…

INDIA - Photo Gallery of World Heritage Sites, Excavations Sites, Ticketed Monuments & Museums of Archaeological Survey of India

INDIA - Photo Gallery of World Heritage Sites, Excavations Sites, Ticketed Monuments & Museums of Archaeological Survey of India

#CurrentAffairs  All ASI-protected monuments declared polythene free zones, A total of 3,686 historical monuments and archaeological sites have been declared protected as that of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).    #TodayNews #UpscExam2017 #IASTips

#CurrentAffairs All ASI-protected monuments declared polythene free zones, A total of 3,686 historical monuments and archaeological sites have been declared protected as that of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). #TodayNews #UpscExam2017 #IASTips

The Chief Guest of the inaugural function was Principal Secretary, “Shri Chaitanya Prasad, IAS Dept. of Art, Culture and Youth, Govt. of Bihar”, who inaugurated the Photo Exhibition and the function was presided by “Dr. Phani Kant Mishra, Regional Director (East), Archaeological Survey of India”.

The Chief Guest of the inaugural function was Principal Secretary, “Shri Chaitanya Prasad, IAS Dept. of Art, Culture and Youth, Govt. of Bihar”, who inaugurated the Photo Exhibition and the function was presided by “Dr. Phani Kant Mishra, Regional Director (East), Archaeological Survey of India”.

Sojourns from the Himalayan Land: My Ladakh Diary    The Tibetan Budhist Paintings are a much protected heritage of this region. These Fresco processed walls were subject to immese torture given the history behind Tibet, however the arid & dry extreme climatic conditions have helped evade natural damage compared to other Indian heritage and aided a prolonged life of these work of art. In fact, the Archaeological Survey of India is presently involved in the restoration of many such…

Sojourns from the Himalayan Land: My Ladakh Diary The Tibetan Budhist Paintings are a much protected heritage of this region. These Fresco processed walls were subject to immese torture given the history behind Tibet, however the arid & dry extreme climatic conditions have helped evade natural damage compared to other Indian heritage and aided a prolonged life of these work of art. In fact, the Archaeological Survey of India is presently involved in the restoration of many such…

It has several smaller pavilions with evocative names like Jangli Mahal, (Palace in the woods), Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace) and Badshah Pasand (King's favourite).      The complex also has a madarsa. The archaeological Survey of India maintains a library over the main gateway.

It has several smaller pavilions with evocative names like Jangli Mahal, (Palace in the woods), Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace) and Badshah Pasand (King's favourite). The complex also has a madarsa. The archaeological Survey of India maintains a library over the main gateway.

List of Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains of Karnataka - Archaeological Survey of India

List of Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains of Karnataka - Archaeological Survey of India

There are 1076 temples declared as protected monuments in the country under the protection of Archaeological Survey of India.  There are 506 monuments/sites including 242 temples declared as protected monuments in Karnataka under the protection of Archaeological Survey of India.  The monuments including temples are in a good state of preservation.   #ancient monument #Ancient Temples #Archaeological Survey of India #conservation work #monuments #monuments in Karnataka #Restor

There are 1076 temples declared as protected monuments in the country under the protection of Archaeological Survey of India. There are 506 monuments/sites including 242 temples declared as protected monuments in Karnataka under the protection of Archaeological Survey of India. The monuments including temples are in a good state of preservation. #ancient monument #Ancient Temples #Archaeological Survey of India #conservation work #monuments #monuments in Karnataka #Restor

Bautch Dancers at Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, India. by Hooper and Western in the 1860s, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections.

Bautch Dancers at Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, India. by Hooper and Western in the 1860s, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections.

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