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India-the seventh-largest country by geographical area and the second-most populous country,  and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the  Arabian Sea on the west, and theBay of Bengalon the east

 

Indiais a country that has many interesting places, activities, and a lot more to do at every step.Indiais a land with great tourism potential. It’s a land with dazzling beaches, dramatic temples, exotic rain forests, colossal mountains, eternal deserts, lively cities, and the Indian peninsula creates an ultimate allure for the travellers across the globe..

 

 Indiais the land of colors where different cultures and people live together prosperously. It is a mystic land and is rightly called as the land of prayers. People of different ethnicity and religion live inIndiaand call it their motherland. Basis of these different ethnicity and religions can be found in the country’s history.

 

Indiais a beautiful country, where one can find thousands of places to visit, ranging from the north to south and east to west. whatever you can think of, you get inIndia

 

Attractions

 

 

Taj Mahal

One of the seven wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located  inAgra,India, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz  Mahal.

 

 

Delhi

Delhi. Start with the country's capital, soak in the exciting energy of this fast growing city while enjoying the landmarks that tell the story ofDelhi's past.

Explore Red Fort, an enticing monument of Delhi. The Red Fort is the standing testimony to the magnificent power and pomp of the Mughal emperors.

 

Kashmir

"If there is a paradise on earth, it is this, it is this, it is this". The phrase rightly describes Kashmir, popularly claimed as the paradise on earth. The white snow capped mountains, apple orchards, quaint shikar as on the pristine lakes and colorful flowers', all seems like nature's own tapestry.

 

Goa

A popular destination for all age groups as well as honeymoon couples is Goa. Visit anytime of the year, and you are guaranteed of a great time. The coast is speckled with beaches. Enjoy water sports or get a tattoo; enjoy Goanese food and gulp down some drink, alcoholic or alcohol free as per your choice or shop to your heart’s content in Goa.

 

Mumbai,

Mumbai, the most cosmopolitan city of India. Besides its plethora of restaurants and nightlife, the city has a remarkable diversity of beautiful architecture.

 

Kerala

You can enjoy boating on the backwaters of Kerala through the lush tropical waterways of India’s Deep South.

 

 

Temples in India

India is a land of diverse religion and culture. It is a secular country that nurtures all religions alike. You will find temples, mosques, gurdwaras, and churches in plenty. Some of these holy monuments are important for their unique architecture and relevance in history. The Golden temple or Harmandir Sahib is one of them. Located in Amritsar,Punjabit is a famous Sikh gurdwara.

 

Varanasi Ghats

The mesmerising ghats alongside Ganges are the main attractions ofVaranasi. The ghats are known to be existing from pre historic times. A walk across the ghats leaves and everlasting experience on the visitors' mind.

 

Ajanta and Ellora Caves

 

The Ajanta and Ellora Caves are situated close to Aurangabadin Maharashtra. Thousands of tourists from all over the world visit these cave shrines made out of rock. It has 29 caves and described in the history of Buddhism of ancient India.

 

Rivers

The rivers of India have a lot of religious significance. Covering the vast geographical area of 329 million heactares, Indian rivers have been an important reason for the rural prosperity of India. The Ganges river, also known as Ganga river amongst the local Indian is the most sacred rivers for Hindus. A dip in the holy water the Ganges river is considered extremely sacred - an act that purifies soul from all sins commited in past. The Ganga river is also place to enjoy abundant natural beauty and adventure.

 

National Parks

There are over 80 national parks in India, spread all over the country. Some are larger and more accessible then others.

India's one of the first and well-known national park for tigers, Corbett Park is located in Uttarakhand. The park had a large area, which is divided, into five zones.

 

Himalaya

If you visit India, you must see the Himalayan ranges. The place is heavenly for its natural beauty of snow-covered Himalayasand fertile green valleys. You can also enjoy stuffed hot momos after a round of trekking, rafting, mountaineering or other similar adventure sports. So gear up for some fun!

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