Traveling to India

India is a land of rich cultural heritage , bamboozling place and geographic beauty. India is a country in South Asia. India, the world’s largest democracy on Earth,the world’s second most populous country, and the world’s seventh largest country by area.
New Delhi is the capital of India, and the country’s largest cities are Mumbai (formerly Bombay).
During 19th and 20th centuries India was colonized and controlled by Great Britain. Then, in 1947, India declared independence and formed its own country. A home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes and vast empires, also a home to various religions and is secular by nature. Four of the world’s major religions originated here,—Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism—while Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam arrived in the first millennium CE and shaped the region’s diverse culture.

India is home to some of the most significant natural and man-made wonders on the planet, while its culture and heritage rich of the past and the present, thus, provides powerful exotic tourism magnet.

The most frequently visited part of India is the:

Taj Mahal:

Taj Mahal is a country of diverse colors.and one of the premier destinations on the planet.

Taj Mahal palace, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. During the year 1983, the Taj became a part of the UNESCO, World heritage Site.

Taj Mahal” has a beautiful love story behind its construction,is considered a symbol of mortal love. Travelers has been since the seventeenth century cutting off hundreds of thousands of miles across continents to visit this historic landmark. An international symbol with its poetic beauty, overwhelming passion and love.

Delhi :

The Old City was founded as in 1639 was served as the capital of Islamic India.

New Delhi was built as the imperial capital of India by the British,nowNew Delhi is the capital of India, the largest metropolis by area and the second-largest metropolis by population in India. New Delhi overlies the site of seven ancient cities and hence includes many historic sites.

Hindus make up 82% of Delhi’s population. Akshardham Temple, the largest Hindu temple in the world.

Kerala: God’s Own Country.

is a state of IndiaKerala is a land of great natural beauty. Large parts of Kerala were not subject to direct British rule.

The present-day state of Kerala was created on 1 November 1956,while the history of Kerala goes back to the Mauryan Emperor, Ashoka (269-232 b.c.).

Isw well known for its beautiful beaches and extensive backwaters, and is one of the major tourist attractions in India.

The beaches and churches of Goa:

Goa is known as much for its majestic churches as for its scenic beaches.

The churches of Goa Popularly known as the “Rome of the East” and are of architectural wonders renowned for their aesthetic appeal.

Goa beaches are known as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, Of 125 km of marvelous coastline, the Goa sand beaches cover about 83 km.

Temples of Tamil Nadu :

Tamil Nadu is known as : Land of Temples. Nearly 33000 ancient temples built by various dynasties. ( many at least 600 to 800 years old). Temples from the pre Christian era as well as those from the 20th century exist in this state, characterized by ornamented temples with soaring towers known as gopuras. scattered all over the land.

Jaipur :

The city of Jaipur is also known as pink city. The Pink city marks its impact with the sight of the amazing Hawa Mahal. is a multi-layered palace, with a profusion of windows and stone screens, was built in 1799in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god.

The city also has a high historical significance and a reservoir of the architectural wonders as it had been under the rule of a number of kings. There are many forts and monuments,Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort are the three antique forts that provide the spectacular view of the city.

Agra :

Agra the city of architectural wonders. As it is the one of the prominent destinations of the World, houses three heritage monuments – The Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri & Red Fort.

Also In Agra City there are five Shiva temples which are the symbols of ancient culture.

The banks of the Ganges River:

Gangais the second largest river on the Indian subcontinent by dischargeIt has long been considered one of the holy rivers by Hindus and worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism Hindus believe that a dip in the Ganges erases all sins.Ganges River is lined by religious towns like Haridwar, Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.

Indiais a place so varied and so interesting, it’s difficult to provide a brief list of things to see and do.

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