India is the world’s largest democracy country. As it is also the 7th largest country in the world.
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. Famous places in Jaipur are Amber fort, which is located outside the city and set in the hill side overlooking a lake. Grandiose Citadel was a palace, but now it has become the tourist attraction. Opulent City Palace well known for stunning courtyards and gardens, also we have Intricate Palace of Winds.
Agra is a small and welcoming city. The ancient Mughal-era, Agra fort is an attractive place to visit. Agra is known for one thing – the iconic and ultimately impressive Taj Mahal, which is situated on the south bank of Yamuna River. Taj Mahal is built by an emperor as a memorial to his wife. It is built with the Mausoleum’s Porcelain White Marble as an emblem of romance.
Kerala is well known for greenery, and also called the place of tropical beauty. It consists of Palm trees, has white sand beaches, and known for ecotourism. Besides its famous backwater’s elegant houseboats and temple festivals. In Kerala there is, the City of Kochi, here you find the fishing industry and colonial architecture.
Varanasi is known for sacred place for Pilgrimage by Hindu’s. It has great religious importance. It is a holy place and located on the divine Ganges. The city is known for the religious practices that takes place on the ghats alongside the river, pilgrims was themselves in the waters of the Ganges and the bodies of Hindus are cremated. By visiting this place, you will understand the India’s deep cultural and Spiritual practices.
- Ellora And Ajanta Caves:
Ellora and Ajanta caves are located in Maharashtra. At Ellora, it is home to 34 caves. Two hours away is Ajanta, where is home to 29 caves. Why the two cave complexes are two hour away from one another, it is well worth visiting both to compare these incredible attractions.
New Delhi is the capital of India. You can visit Red fort, which was built in 17th century and made up of sandstone. Through Lahore Gate you can enter bazaar, through Jewel Palace and even into the former residence of the Sultan. While in Delhi, you can visit many museums and religious structures that make up the city.
- Goa Beaches:
Goa is well known for its beaches. The Candolim beach is the popular beach, where travellers come from all over the world. Anjuna Beach is less crowded. Also, you can visit the Chapora fort, where you can admire the sandy coastline. Palolem is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in all the Goa with its natural bay surrounded by lofty headlines on either sides.
Ladakh is located in Kashmir region. It has low population and number of nomadic residents. Mostly all the travellers spend time in the town of Leh. This town is situated on the higher elevation. Buddhist culture is followed in this town.
Amritsar is a Punjab City, which lies on the border with Pakistan, and also home for holiest of Sikh Sites. The Golden temple is in the heart of the old walled city; disappearing Sikh sign provides a place for reflection and inspiration.
Udaipur is known as the city of lakes. It is located on the edge of the desert in Rajasthan. It is surrounded by lush hills, and has a mesmerizing lake Palace in the middle of the Tranquil lake. It also consists of Graceful City Palace, along with the Monsoon Palace. Explore old temples and walk the winding streets.