Pathik World Tours

Ancient Routes

Dholavira

HARAPPAN TRACES   Situated in the Great Rann of Kutch, Dholavira is one of the five largest Harappan sites in the Indian subcontinent. A visit to the place is an eye-opener for laymen in terms of town planning that existed 5000 years ago. Dholavira also consist one of the world’s earliest water conservation system. It …

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Mamallapuram

WHERE STONES SPEAK The ancient historic town of Mamallapuram (previously known as Mahabalipuram), in Tamil Nadu, was a bustling seaport used by primitive Indian traders to sail to Southeast Asia. Still famous for its beaches, the real treat for travelers, however, are Mamallapuram’s stone sculptures and rock-cut caves. The five rathas are beautifully sculpted temples …

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INDIAN WILD WEST-Badami

Rock shelters, megalithic burial sites, cave temples, gateways, forts…. Badami is any archaelogist’s fantasy. Once the royal capital of the Chalukyas–who ruled much of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh between the 6th and 8th centuries–this sleepy town in Karnataka is a monumental archive of ancient art and inscriptions. A total of 18 inscriptions have been identified …

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