Seven Wonders of India
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Times of India's list of seven wonders of India
The Times of India newspaper carried out a SMS poll, from 21 July to 31 July 2007, to vote for the seven greatest wonders of India, out of a list of 20 identified ancient or medieval sites for the purpose.
|Gomateshwara||Shravanabelagola, Karnataka||AD 981||57-foot (17 m) statue of Bahubali, a Jain Arihant.|
Darbar Sahib / Golden Temple
|Amritsar, Punjab||1585–1604||Sikh Gurdwara|
|Taj Mahal||Agra, Uttar Pradesh||1632–53||White marble mausoleum of Mumtaz Mahal|
Pampa-kshetra / Kishkinda-kshetra / Bhaskara-kshetra
|Vijayanagara, Karnataka||1342-1565||Village housing Virupaksha Temple|
|Konark Sun Temple
|Konark, Odisha||Mid-13th century AD||Kalinga architecture temple of the sun god Surya|
|Nalanda||Near Patna, Bihar||5th century AD||Ancient centre of higher learning|
|Chhatarpur District, Madhya Pradesh||Earliest parts c. 9th century AD||Complex of medieval Hindu and Jain temples|
- "And India's 7 wonders are...". Times of India. 5 August 2007. Retrieved 3 December 2015.