The ruins of ancient Nalanda university take us back to a long forgotten era that was symbolic of free thinking and intellectual excellence.
The Dhauladhar range is home to one of the few monolithic temples carved in India.
Ayutthaya was the seat of power in Thailand for centuries and the ruins of its temples are a reminder of the Indic influence in this region.
The temples of Angkor are a standing testimony of the Indic influences not only in religion and iconography but also in script and language.
Ancient Angkor Hindu temples located at the foot of Kulen mountains helped sanctify river water as it passed over the carvings of a thousand lingas.
The Devas and Asuras from the Samudra Manthan and huge four-faced 'smiles of Angkor' lead us to the magnificent enclosure of the Royal city of Angkor Thom.
The incomparable and majestic depiction of Mount Meru with Lord Vishnu as the main deity makes Angkor Wat an otherworldly temple complex.
The harmonious co-existence of different Indic faiths depicted on the Udayagiri-Khandagiri Caves is a sight to behold.
The boundless Shakti present in Chidambaram helps our consciousness to come out of its slumber and start the regeneration process.
The magnificent sandstone temples with its brilliant workmanship showcase the perfection achieved by Kalinga architects.