India is a country in South Asia. India is one of the most diverse countries with 29 states and 7 union territories wherein people having different religion reside. India is known for its history. It has very interesting history. India is one of the most spiritual countries and really advanced in science of Ayurveda. People from around the globe visit India for spiritual gain, to learn fine arts, Science of Ayurveda.
Here Are 9 Best Places In India Which One Must Visit:
Symbol Of love: TajMahal, Agra
TajMahal is pride of India. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is also known as symbol of love as great Mughal Emperor built it in the memory of his beloved wife MumtazMahal. Standing on the banks of Yamuna River, it is known for its architecture as it is perfect blend of Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architecture.
Delhi is administrative capital of India and political hub as well. Delhi has historical significance as well. It is believed that Indraprastha, i.e., capital of Pandavas is situated in Delhi. Also, Delhi has been capital of many regimes which has contributed in magnificent architect in Delhi. Delhi has such monuments like QutubMinar, India Gate, Lotus Temple etc. which shows intelligence and architecture capability of then India.
Also known as Harmandir Sahib, it is considered the holiest Gurudwara by Sikhs. It has four entrance gates which signify that people from all walks of life can come here to pray without any hindrance irrespective of the religion or caste they belong to. The temple has Guru Granth Sahib, holiest text of Sikhs, always present inside the temple.
Ladakh means “land of high passes”. It is sandwiched between Karakoram Mountain Range and Himalayas. Ladakh is an ideal place for those who love scenic beauty, adventures. Jeep safari and motor biking to Ladakh through Rohtang pass is one of the most adventurous ride one can have in his lifetime. River rafting, fishing, trekking in Ladakh are eye catching for tourist. With all the fun, Ladakh is also known for its pilgrimage value. It has beautiful monasteries which makes trip to Ladakh worth it.
Kerala is land of spices, famous for its back waters. It is one of the top honeymoon destinations in India. There cannot be something more romantic than staying on house boats which are fully furnished house-like boats sailing through backwaters, enjoying the sceneries and visiting the islands passing by. One must try Cuisines of Kerala and Kerala special meals, Sadya. One must visit Kochi during December to witness famous Portuguese carnival. Backwaters in Alpuzha, beaches in Kottayam, mountains of Munnar, trek in Thekkady will make trip to Kerala really memorable.
Kaziranga National Park situated in Assam is of very significance as in the park resides 2/3rd of the World’s population of Great Single Horned Rhinoceros. It has highest density of tigers in the protected area. It was enlisted in tiger reserves in 2006. It has high population of elephants and buffalos too. It is difficult to spot Rhinoceros and tigers due to tall grass but their presence can be felt there.
Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert located at the boundary of India and Pakistan is one of the main tourist attractions of Rajasthan. Desert safari on the back of camel around Jaisalmer is famous. Camping in deserts, night stays in tents in mid of deserts are really enjoyed by the tourists. PushkarkaMela experiences lot of spectators from foreign countries. People from around the globe visit deserts to see oasis.
Junagadh literally means “Old Fort”. When it was princely state, it was known as “Sorath”. It is located on the foot of Girnar hill. Girnar Hill is important pilgrimage place for Jains. It is also rich in Fauna. Mitiyala and Pania Wildlife Sanctuaries are worth visiting. Main tourist attractions in Junagadh are Darbar Museum Hall, MahabatMaqbara, Narsinh Mehta’s Choro, Jama Masjid, Ashoka’s Rock edicts, DamodarKund, Upperkot Fort. Junagadh is also famous for Kesar mango. Gujarati Thali is a must try for those visit Gujarat.
Maharashtra is famous for caves. Ajanta and Ellora caves are famous for its carvings. The painting and carvings on these caves show about the life of Lord Buddha. Elephanta caves, also known as “Gharapuri” are dedicated to Lord Shiva. It shows Lord Shiva as Creator, Protector, Destroyer. Caves of Pitalkhora, though not as famous as Ajanta caves are worth a visit.