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What to See in India


1. Delhi

India's cosmopolitan capital city, where diversity resides in every stream including culture, creed, color, language, ideologies, art and lifestyles. Delhi, its eye-catching ancient monuments, preserved relics, exhaustive museums and art galleries, bustling markets, fascinating theaters and various other performing-arts spots and diverse culinary delights always attract tourists from each corner of the world.

2. Agra

Prominently known as 'Mughal Kingdom', Agra stands majestically on banks of Yamuna river and is a major tourist destination because of its splendid antique structures. Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, Jahangiri Mahal and Fatehpur Sikhri are few of its tourist attractions.

3. Ahmedabad
Cradling safe the relics of ancient Indus Valley civilization, Ahmedabad throbbing with the strange mix of several religions is touted as one of the most sought after religious destinations of India.

With its enchanting wealth of picturesque lakes, it also contains a series of splendid monuments, which boasts of peculiar blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles. Weave out your romantic odyssey around tranquil Kankaria Lake and vastly placid Chandola Lake.

4. Chennai
Situated on the trailing stretch of Coromandel Coast and a harbinger of traditional Tamil heritage, Chennai is more like a haven of bliss and bloom. Besides the picturesque scenery of nature's lush castles, Chennai also has a number of lavish temples, serene mosques and stately churches that calls for unwavering admiration from its visitors.

5. Rajasthan
Popular for the breathtaking magnetism of Great Indian Thar Desert and the encompassing beautiful Aravalli hills range, Rajasthan is touted as 'The Land of Royals'. With distinctness residing in its culture, religion, art & craft, architectural structure, remains of eons and even inhabitants' lifestyles, the land forms a compelling draw for tourists.

Apart from its world famous 'camel safari', Rajasthan is also famous because of its dancers' juggler moves and innate dance talent.

6. Kerala
Infused with captivating beauty & nature's bliss and holding an aesthetic appeal to its visitors, Kerala is rightly known as 'God's own Country'.

High mountains, lush hills, azure backwaters, crackling waterfalls, sprawling coastlines and deep ravines form the natural charms of this land. Apart from tranquil retreat in nature, Kerala also offers adventure journeys, culinary delights and a series of Ayurveda treatments that could even cure of terminal diseases.

7. Khajuraho Temples
Located in the woody plains of Bundelkhand region in Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho is a historic city that stores some antique symbols of medieval period. It is one of the biggest attractions in North India, which is considered as purely a religious haven reflecting an aphrodisiac appeal.

The city encases the largest group of medieval Hindu and Jain temples, famous for their erotic sculptures that present distinction in artistry and eminence in architectural style. Welcome to the world of religiosity, culture and eroticism

8. Ajanta and Ellora Caves
Acclaimed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ajanta and Ellora Caves are the ancient repositories of ancient Indian architectural heritage.

Ellora cave complex comprises 34 cave temples built during Buddhist, Hindu and Jain periods. The caves display a rare excellence in craftsmanship and brilliant conception of varied religious themes. You will get swooned on seeing its elaborately carved ceilings, geometric designs, narrative sculptures and inscribed murals.

Similarly, forged out into the heart of the rock, the primordial enchanting Ajanta Caves mostly consist of chaitya-grihas and monasteries. Tempera technique wall paintings done on the interiors of caves display incidents from the life of Buddha and the Jatakas. These paintings reveal astounding architectural details and high level of mastery in sculpting and a skillful command of hammer over chisel.

9. Varanasi
Touted as the cultural capital of India, Varanasi is a picturesque city located on the western banks of Yamuna river. Its beauty and significance increases manifold by the fact that, it has carried the legacy of Indian tradition and culture for centuries and passed it on the following generations.

The city oozes with spiritualism and philosophy and embraces a fine blend of religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Besides the Hindu temples, ashrams, ghats, Buddhist Stupas and Jain Temples, the pure mysticism of river Ganga adds to the spiritual aura wrapping this city.

10. Jaipur
Jaipur, the flamboyant & colorful capital of Rajasthan is known as “Pink City” of India. With its rich & colorful past, resplendent with tales of valor & bravery, it is one of the most important heritage cities in India.

It is also the only city in the world symbolizing the nine divisions of the universe, through nine rectangular sectors. Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal and City Palace are few of its architectural wonders.