This double storyed caravansary was constructed by Haj Seyed Javad, the Friday prayer leader of the time, in the year 1771 AD. It was named due to presence of Indians and their activities during the Qajar reign.
There is a relic of a Hindu Temple with its original architecture to the north of this caravansary which comprises of two sections.
Kerman is the capital city of Kerman Province, Iran.It is the largest and most developed city in Kerman Province and the most important city in the southeast of Iran. It is also one of the largest cities of Iran in terms of area.Kerman is famous for its long history and strong cultural heritage. The city is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. Kerman is also on the recent list of the world's 1000 cleanest ...read more about Kerman
Protected Zones – Kerman
Due to certain factors such as its geographical location, environment and other natural aspects of the province, a variety of wildlife species can be found in the mountainous regions and plains of this vicinity.Thus bringing forth protected ...
Kerman Bazaar – Kerman
The bazaar in Kerman dates back to 600 years ago to Timurid era when a number of people got together and established an optional bazaar as the primary base of the great bazaar in Kerman. Other parts were then added to it in different periods of time ...
Shazdeh (Mahan) Garden – Kerman
Shazdeh (Shahzadeh) Garden is one of the most beautiful historical gardens in Iran. This garden is located about 2 kilometers away from Mahan City and in the outskirts of Tigran Mountains and is related to Qajar period. The garden was established in ...
Abareq Mineral Water Spring – Kerman
The mineral water springs of Jooqan, Bibi Sharah, Jeeveh and Morteza Ali lie alongside the village of Ekhtiar Abad in Kerman. These springs contain a multiple number of minerals.
Handicrafts and Souvenirs – Kerman
The handicrafts and souvenirs of the province of Kerman are as follows: A traditional embroidery known as Patteh, carpets, rugs, Jajeems, Kilims (a coarse carpet), satchels, and other hand woven articles. Caraway seeds and pistachio of Rafsanjan ...
Joopar Mountain – Kerman
This mountain with an altitude of 4,135 m. is located in Kerman, with a length of 57 km. and its width ranges between 10-24 km. Its tallest peaks are Sesakh Bozorg being 4,200 m. in height and Baluchi 4,000m. in elevation, which are situated in ...
Vakil Bath – Kerman
Vakil Bath is one of the traditional and historical baths in Kerman City that is considered the first section of Vakil Complex.The monument was built ccording to Zand-Qajar architecture and imitating Ganj Ali Khan Bath in 1270 Hijri year. The ...
Chehel Sotune Mosque – Kerman
This mosque belongs to the Sheikhiyeh sect, and was completed in the year 1286 AH. by Haj Aqa Ali Rafsanjani.The same has 40 pillars each sculptured from one piece of stone. Its surrounding areas also add to the beauty of the said mosque.