The complete set of photos from the India Photo of the Day series.
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Shimla, the summer capital of India during British rule, is known for its Tudor Revival and Neo-gothic architecture.
Palyul Choelkhorling Gompa, one of the prominent ones in India was established in 1980 by Rinpoche Rigo Tulku.
The Raghupur Fort, located at one end of a large meadow a few kilometers from Jalori Pass, was built by the Kulu Kings.
Bagore-ki-Haveli, built it in the 18th century by the Mewars, sits on the waterfront of Lake Pichola at Gangori Ghat.
Harihareshwar, a beach town along the Konkan Coast, is a major pilgrim site. It is also known as Dakshin Kashi (Kashi of Southern India).
Tashi Jong, set on beautiful Dhauladhar mountains, is home to The Drukpa Kagyu tradition of Buddhism.
Gwalior Fort, one of the largest forts in India, was established in the 8th century. Emperor Babur had described it as the pearl in the necklace of forts in India.
This was once the King of the Roads.