Enjoy Your Visit to India and good experience


India, formally the Republic of India, is basically a land-locked country in South Asia, bordering various countries. It is currently the second-most populated country, second only to China, and the seventh-most populated democracy in the whole world. The land mass of India consists of lands that are separated into many provinces or states. Many major cities in India have been developed into metropolises, which form the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi, and Jharkhand. There are also numerous princely states like Gujarat and Rajasthan, which form the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan respectively.


Most people from the western part of the world travel to India to enjoy some of the best holidays ever. With innumerable fascinating attractions, India is indeed a wonderful place to visit, and a must visit for all those who wish to know about history, culture, arts and crafts, natural attractions, etc. The country boasts of some of the oldest civilizations in the world, including the Indus Valley Civilization, Hittite period, Pre-historic period, Ancient Greek civilization, etc. Tourists can participate in numerous activities during their stay in India, ranging from shopping to horse safaris, sightseeing to cultural shows, etc.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal, one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture, in Agra, on the northern tip of the country, has become a tourist attraction of the world. This amazing structure, a century old now, was built by Shah Jahan in memory of his dear wife Mumtaz Mahal, who was killed in World War II. The marble structure of the Taj Mahal was completed just as it was designed, and is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture. Built on the bank of the river Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is a masterpiece of art and symmetry, with its intricate carvings, floral designs and gold decorations. It is said that when the Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahan, it took almost twenty years to complete it, as it required many sacrifices.

During the time of World War II

During the time of World War II, while the country was under the control of the British, a lot of effort went into restoring the historical Mughal capital of Agra. The British decided to rebuild the city in the same style as it was destroyed in the World War II, and as a result the Taj Mahal was done in a regal style, just as it was meant to be. Once the marble structure was finished, people flocked to see it, as they believed it was a miracle. Within a few months, the tourists were amazed to find that it was not only in Agra but also in many other cities across the country. Since then, it has become an indelible part of the Mughal culture, just as the tombs of the Hindu gods in Varanasi were.

Over the past few decades

Over the past few decades, India has emerged as one of the biggest tourist destinations, attracting millions of tourists across the globe. Tourists from all over india visit India every year, in order to experience the warmth and flavor of its people. Tourists from all across india flock to the beautiful land of Rajasthan, where they can experience the culture and tradition of this land without spending a single penny. In fact, if you go to any major city in India during your vacation, you will find that there are many options for shopping, dining and entertainment. There are numerous hotels in India, catering to every budget. From budget hotels to luxury hotels, there are many options available to suit every kind of traveler.

In the state of Maharasthra

In the state of Maharasthra, located in the east of India, there is the city of Mumbai. Mumbai is an important financial and commercial hub in India, famous for its vibrant nightlife, exciting bazaars and international events. The major attractions of Mumbai include; Gateway of India, Colaba Causeway, Navigators Point, Chor bazaar, Fashion Street, Film City, Sony Office, etc. Just a few steps away from Mumbai, one will find the land of Hinduism, in the state of Gujarat – Panchganga near Ahmedabad.

Ganges River

It is believed that Lord Buddha once chose to dwell here and meditate in the Ganges River. This is why the Hindu temples are a common sight across India. The most popular of Hindu temples in India are – Lord Brahma Temple at Pushkar, idols of Hindu gods at Rameswaram, Khajuraho Temples at Mussoorie, and Sarnath, a burial place for Hindu religious scholars. There are also many Hindu pilgrimage centers in India, which draw thousands of Hindu tourists.

colorful state of Kashmir

No visit to India can be fully appreciated without visiting the colorful state of Kashmir. It is located in the northernmost part of India. Like all the other countries in South Asia, Kashmir has something for everyone. Whether you wish to go for an amazing adventure trek, or enjoy some of the world’s most picturesque scenery, Kashmir is for you. It is a paradise for adventure lovers, snow-loving skiers and a dream destination for thousands of international travelers.


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