The Bhimbetka shelters exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India. A number of analyses suggest that some of these shelters were inhabited by hominids like Homo erectus more than 100,000 years ago. Some of the Stone Age rock paintings found among the Bhimbetka rock shelters are approximately 30,000 years old ( Paleolithic Age). Bhimbetka owes its name to the character from the epic Mahabharata
Bhimbetka Caves, Madhya Pradesh Bhimbetka Caves have been named after Bhima of Hindu Epic Mahabharata. The name 'Bhim-bet-ka' means Bhim sat down. Dr. V.S. Wakankar of Ujjain, an archaeologist, found these caves in 1958. For excavation, it took nearly 17 years!
Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!