Attractions in India
Delhi can be broken up into two, New Delhi is a modern city, offering Lutyens' architecture; ‘Old' Delhi is several centuries old, with narrow, winding streets, ancient shrines and rambunctious bazaars. You can Visit the Jama Masjid which is india’s largest mosque. Nearby you can see Red Fort and well as the tower Qutab Minar’s
Discover the ‘Golden Triangle'. Delhi is its centre.
Located in the southeast of the Golden triangle lies Agra, and it is one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
On the southwest of the Golden triangle, in Rajasthan, is Jaipur, the vibrant ‘Pink City'. Visit the Amber Fort and the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds). Visit the beautiful city of Udaipur, built around the lovely Lake Pichola and famed for its spectacular Lake Palace Hotel, and known as the ‘Venice of the East'
To the southeast of the golden triangle lies Khajuraho with its famous erotic friezes.
Along its bank is the astonishing city of Varanasi. Varansi is renowned as one of India's holiest Hindu locations.
The city Kashmir's offers and insight into icy mountain peaks, flower-spangled meadows and clear rivers. Jammu is the railhead for Srinagar, the ancient Mughal capital. If you are interested taking it east go to Lake Dal where you canhire houseboats where visitors can live environment fit for a King.
The capital if Maharashtra is the pinnacle of busy life. With sky scrapers, industrial manufactures and is the home of well love “bollywood”
India's beaches are amazing. Mumbai has Juhu and Chowpatty, while Goa offers some of the nation's most inspiring beaches and resorts. Chennai’s Marina Beach is the second largest in the world. You will also witness beach beauty at Kovalam
Witness the rock-cut temples, like the Buddhist cave temples at Ajanta, which date back at least 2,000 years. The caves at Ellora depict religious stories and are Hindu, Buddhist and Jain in origin. Or travel to Orissa which is renowned for its temples such as Konarak that is known for its striking ‘Sun Temple, as well as Lingaraj Temple, city of Puri, a holy Hindu place of pilgrimage, stages Rath Yatra in June/July, where icons of gods are drawn on massive chariots. '.
Is the capital of West Bengal and India's second most populous city (after Mumbai/Bombay), with its impressive colonial buildings. It is a major business centre with many bazaars and markets.
With 93 national parks, 486 wildlife sanctuaries and 14 biosphere reserves. The Indian tiger and the Asiatic elephant are still found in certain regions. The Well known reserves are Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan),Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Rajasthan), Corbett Tiger Reserve (Uttarakhand), Kanha National Park, and Sunderbans Tiger Reserve.
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