India is a country full of history and its amazing monuments and structures. Everyone knows about the Taj Mahal, Golden Temple, India Gate etc but there are places in India which are either less known of or not known of at all. These places are full of history and lots of information and views for you to know and see. If you are someone who is interested in the history of India then you must visit these six historical places. Kumbhalgarh Kumbhalgarh is a Mewar fortress located in Rajsamand in the state of Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh is a fort which would provide you with history of royalty and culture. The Kumbhalgarh is no ordinary fort like you go and see, it is a place which has 360 temples which consist of 300 being Jain temples and 60 Hindu temples, and not only this but the fort holds a wildlife sanctuary too. A lot of people visit Rajasthan yet miss out on such historical places, your next visit to Rajasthan should include the Kumbhalgarh. Rabdentse Rabdentse is in west Sikkim and was previously the capital of Sikkim. This place is not so popular with usual tourists but more with backpackers. The monument has officially been declared as of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. Rabdentse provides eccentric views where you can see the kanchengdonga ranges, which are ruins from the Buddhist pilgrimage. Tughlaqabad Many have heard of Tughlaqabad which is situated in New Delhi, but not many may have been there and discovered the place. It is a place which 90% of time left behind by many tourists, where as it should be part if the major attractions in Delhi. There is an artificial lake which has been constructed along with embankments which are a must see. With the rest of the Delhi attractions like India Gate make Tughlaqabad a must see attraction too and you would be amazed. Maluti Temples Maluti temples are located in a small town in Maluti in Jharkand and are ancient temples which are considered to be one of the top ten ruins in the world. These temples are terracotta temples and the total number is around 72. The temples portray a number of different scenes from mythology. The place is also known for the sacrifice of goats during kali pooja. Basgo Basgo located in Leh Ladakh is a monastery which is on the bank of a hill. At first this was a cultural and political center. Apart from the ruins Basgo is also known for the Buddha statue and murals. A palace was also built in the 15th century, and you can still see the ruins when you visit. Another must see when visiting Leh. Bhangarh Bhangarh is only recently becoming popular with tourists and that is because of it being known as one of the most haunted places in India. In the recent years many people have stared visited the fort but not after 5pm, when the fort is closed, due to the place being haunted. The fort is quite big and if you like seeing things in detail, then do make sure you take your trekking shoes, once at the top you would be able to see the ruins of the old village.