Best Places to Visit in India
India, known as a subcontinent because of its humongous landmass, is also known for it’s diverse culture, language, societies and what not. You can’t choose one colour for a country like India as this country itself represent the rainbows of different colours where there are different hues and shades of all the seven colours. Travelling to different part of India is actually gaining experience of a lifetime, since we have tried to mention the places you can’t miss while travelling to India, but believe us it’s just the tip of the Iceberg and India has lot more to offer you!
Known to be the oldest living city of the world, you can’t miss it at all while visiting India. It is the hub of Indian culture, music, arts and dance. It has its own story to tell with it’s ghats and the mesmerizing Ganga aarti. Banaras is adorned by almost 84 ghats and more than 3000 temples which will show you the deep roots of India and its culture. The holy river Ganga flow through the city which makes it more picturesque and mesmerizing.
“Padharo Mahare Desh” which literally means “Welcome to my Land” is the welcome greeting you will get while visiting Jaipur, Rajasthan. This city embodies the tale of Maharajas and the Royal Kings of Rajasthan who has fought and won numerous battels. Touring in the city includes visit to Hawa Mahal, Amber Palace, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, Sheesh Mahal, with enjoying camel and elephants ride in the city. It is also called the Pink city as along the buildings, the dupattas and attire of women in the city is also pink.
Known for its beautiful and diverse assortment of culture, nature and old settlement, kerala has its all to woo you and attract you to travel from one point of north India to South India to experience this magical city. Totally different from other parts of India, it might take a while to discern that you are still strolling in Indian subcontinent. You will definitely fall in the love with the culture, backwaters, beaches and nature of Kerala.
The sweet hill town situated in the lap of West Bengal with beautiful gardens of the slopes of rolling hills, pines and rhododendrons. Popular for its numerous sprawling tea estates, it is the jewel of India which produces the finest and aromatic tea in the world and you can experience it yourself the cultivation, processing and tasting of the most flavourful tea in the world.
Fondly called as the Switzerland of India, it is alluring because of its lush green forests and towering misty mountains. It has beautiful and symmetrical coffee plantation, Raja’s Seat, Dubare Elephant Camps, fascinating waterfalls and Nisargadhama Forest Park are must visit while going to Coorg.
Famously known as “Dilwalo ki Delhi” is the capital city of India and in many ways a mini-India itself. India beholds its entire culture and diversity in its heart capital “Delhi” where one can find the mouth-watering street food to royal Mughal monuments while strolling around. The visit to old Delhi will take you to the old times when it was built. Also, the stunning and spectacular India Gate, Humayun Tomb, Red Fort unfolds the beautiful story and amalgamation of Mughal, British and Contemporary India in its unique way.
· Taj Mahal
Affectionately known as the symbol of love, it is the one monument which takes your breath away with its magnanimity, grandeur and spectacular architecture. You just can’t leave India without visiting Taj in Agra. The monument explains itself the love it has received and the for the love it was made for. The cold and crystal white marble let you experience the opulence of the kings of Mughal Era with beautiful carvings which has their own story.
You can’t leave India without visiting the “Yoga Capital of the world”. Not only it is the perfect amalgamation of nature and adventure, it is a place where you will experience the true spirituality in its purest form. It is the perfect destination of old and new where you will find various things for every age group. While strolling in Rishikesh, you will visit the legend of Laxman Jhula, Ganga aarti and numerous temples to allure you.
Situated in the lap of Himalayan range, Sikkim is known for its breathtaking and picturesque views is a destination you can’t miss. It has dazzling waterfalls, virgin forests, Tibetan style Gompas, alpine meadows and much more. You will be awed while strolling around marvellous landscape is dotted with high altitude lakes, rolling green mountains, colourful rhododendron groves, azure rivers, milky waterfalls, beautiful monasteries and unparalleled views of Mt. Kanchenjunga.
· Rann of Kutch
The destination which will make you say ‘Is it Earth?’ is actually Rann of Kutch, Gujarat. It is a massive, splintered landmass that surely will take your breath away. The huge, never ending and nothingness for miles is both nerve wracking and spectacular with small oasis of water and shrub forests which is also a beautiful abode of pink flamingos and wild asses. You will witness the famous Rogan painting, metal craft, tie and dye, leatherwork, pottery and much more.
These are few of the many amazing, stunning and magical locations that this subcontinent beholds. It has something for everyone and no one goes back empty handed but with bag full of loads of memories and experiences. If you got excited and enthralled too, reading about the best places to visit in India then you must visit and watch these beauties with your own eyes and don’t think twice and log on to www.cultureholidays.com and grab the best trip with outstanding deals.