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Introduction

When we think about to get a trip to any country in the world, we must know the important details of that following country to meet our perspective and priorities. So, here presenting the main particular about India, the must-visit country in the world. India is proudly called the Republic of India as well as Bharat Gaṇarajya. The country is also called the land of beauty, spirituality, philosophy, science and technology. It is the seventh-largest country by the geographical measurement and surrounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest part and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast part.

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1.Geography

The entire area of India is approximately 3,287,263km². Additionally, the frontier of India is bounded by the west China with Pakistan, by the northeast with Nepal and Bhutan and by the east with Bangladesh and Myanmar. India stands by the proximity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. The length of India’s coastline measures approximately 7,517 kilometers, the distance to the peninsular in India measures 5,423 kilometers and to the Andaman, Nicobar and Lakshadweep island chains, the distance measures 2,094 kilometers.
Two largest archipelagos of India are: the Lakshadweep, located at India’s south-western coast by abundant species of coral atolls; and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a volcanic chain in the Andaman Sea. The mainland coastline according to the Indian naval hydrographic charts consists of the following:
• 43% of sandy beaches
• Including cliffs 11% of rocky shores
• 46% of mudflats

Prime Himalayan-origin rivers that significantly flow through India and fall into the Bay of Bengal are the Ganges and the Brahmaputra. Chief embranchments of the Ganges include the Yamuna and the Kosi. The Godavari, the Mahanadi, the Kaveri, and the Krishna are some of the major peninsular rivers, which also fall into the Bay of Bengal. The both of the Narmada and the Tapti drain into the Arabian Sea affluently. Coastal attributes cover the waterlogged Rann of Kutch of western India, the diluvial Sundarbans delta of eastern India and the remaining is shared with Bangladesh.
With up to 1.2 billion people, India is the second-most populous country and as well as the most populous democracy in the earth. This is a constitutional country composed of 29 states and 7 union territories. India has also the world’s largest Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Zoroastrian and Bahá’í community. That’s why, “unity in diversity” is the famous statement in India. The research shows that the religion in India with the largest number of followers in the population is followed by-
• Hinduism at 79.80%
• Islam at 14.23%
• Christianity at 2.30%
• Sikhism at 1.72%
• Buddhism at 0.70%
• Jainism at 0.36%
• Others at 0.9%

2.History

3.Language

Hindi is the official language of the Indian government and vastly spoken by majority of the people. India has two major language families: Indo-Aryan which is spoken by about 74% of the population and Dravidian which is spoken by 24% of the population. Other languages spoken in India come from the Austroasiatic and Sino-Tibetan language families. India has no national language. English is the “subsidiary official language” and used widely in business, administration and international relationship facts.

4.Culture & Festivals

India has rich, multi-layered cultures and colorful festivals that are drastically influenced by religious history and spiritual beliefs. India features cultural heritage what is expressed through its magnificent languages in which myriad of literature and poetry has been written. Both classical and modern Bollywood music are very famous widely around the world with great dimensions. A fabulous tradition of classical and folk dances including art and theatre exhibit this beautiful country with dignity to the world.

5.Top 10 Tourist Destinations

India has been significantly ranking among the top of the tourist destinations since many decades. This country is the perfect fusion of wonderful tourist destinations, cultural elegance, delish food, adventurous activities, ancient heritage and many more. Important issues to be noted that it would take years to cover each of these splendid tourist regions in India, and even not every place can turn out as you desired.
Consequently, for your assistance we have listed out the top 10 must-visit tourist destinations in India-

i)Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India, was originally named by Shahjahanabad and founded by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1639. The city stood as the capital during the Mughal Empire until the end of the Mughal dynasty. The city offers magnificent pieces of architecture, a mouthwatering cuisine, and most notedly comprises a rich history with fascinating mosques, forts, monumental structures, libraries, auditoriums, botanical landscapes, and so on left over from the Mughal rulers.
Delhi stands astride a route of the Yamuna River. This city is located at approximately 100 miles south of the Himalayas, to the east the region is surrounded by the state of Uttar Pradesh; to the north, west, and south the city by the state of Haryana.
Delhi’s cultural sensation signifies an unparalleled fusion of the traditional and universal approaches. The incomparable destinations to visit in Delhi, allure a vast number of travelers from all around the world. Let’s get a list of top ranking destinations in Delhi-
• India Gate
• Hauz Khas
• Qutub Minar
• Bahai (Lotus) Temple
• Chandni Chowk
• Rashtrapati Bhawan

ii)Agra

Introducing ‘Agra’, one of the most famous tourist destinations in India. This place is renowned for the ‘Taj Mahal’, one the Seven Wonders of the world. That Agra is vastly admired by the travel-lovers who gather here in large numbers to explore its amazing beauty. Agra attributes the Golden Triangle of tourism in India along with Delhi and Jaipur.
Under the Mughal reign, Agra was called Akbarabad and was dominated by great emperors like Akbar, Jehangir, Shah Jahan, etc. Their passionate admiration towards architecture, gardens, art and culture included a new dimension to Agra’s individuality. Right from the epic Mahabharata to the Mughal Dynasty, Agra has been extremely fascinating and has played a significant conduct in implementing India’s glorious history. The city was first remarked in Mahabharata as ‘Agrevana’ which signifies ‘the border of the forest’.
On your demand, the top must-visit places in Agra are listed as following:
• Taj Mahal
• Red Fort
• Jama Masjid
• Sikandra
• Dayal Bagh
• Fatehpur Sikri
• Itmad-ud-Daulah
• Chini Ka Rauza

iii)Ooty

Ooty, the Queen of hill stations known as Udhagamandalam and located in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Ooty was regarded as the summer getaway for the Britishers during the colonial period. The hill stations at Ooty are frequented by thousands of tourists every year. The picturesque scenario and the unique charm of the Nilgiris make this place a most preferred tourist spot in India.
From April to June and September to November are the best seasons in-between to visit Ooty. Travelers visit this city every year from all around the world. There are particular tea estates, which are zig-zagged by all over the mountains. Tea cultivation is accomplished at the little bit lower altitude of the mountains. The deep forests, mountain peaks, and greenish grasslands make this hill station more attractive.
‘Tea and tourism festival’ is celebrated every year that draws in thousands of tourists to this beautiful place. Eucalyptus trees are available in this place abundantly. Popular cottage industries of Chocolate, pickle, and carpentry contribute to the economy of this hill station. Coming to Ooty, you cannot miss out on the various tourist attractions. There are several tour guides who arrange everything on your demand for the sightseeing in and around Ooty.
Some of the attractive tourist hotspots are as follows:
• Ooty Botanical Gardens
• Stone House
• Toda Huts
• Ooty Lake and Boat House
• The Fernhills Palace

iv)Jaipur

Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, is only 260 km away from the national capital ‘Delhi’. By owing to the consistency in the pink paint on its buildings in the old and heritage areas, Jaipur is widely known as “Pink City”. Jaipur is not only a well-liked destination for its rich culture, history, and traditions among local tourists but the tourists from different corners of the world visit and explore this photogenic city in huge numbers.
Though every part of the city is favored, and worth exploring, but it’s almost impossible for the travel-lovers to gather enough perception of all the tourist destinations within a short stay at Jaipur. Every monumental structure in Jaipur will hold you back to the glorious time when it was ruled by the Royal dynasty. In addition, the old buildings and historical forts have been preserved and maintained significantly that a visit to Jaipur feels like a visit to history.
To experience the real vibes of the Pink City, the local markets or bazaars of Jaipur are the excellent places ever to visit in. Representing the tradition and glorious history of the royal city, these markets hold numerous stories engraved in every corner for many decades.
There is nothing excellent than the ‘Air Balloon Safari’ in Jaipur. The extreme peace of ancient colors, crisp fresh air and the ever-present pledge to something wild experience of ultimate adventure as the balloons float you quietly. As if your dreams came true while experiencing a bird’s eye view. So, enjoy the most beautiful panoramic view of Jaipur and explore like you haven’t done before!
Some must-visit sites including the exemplary unexplored places in Jaipur that are highly recommended to visit are listed below-
• Chandlai Lake
• Kanota Dam
• Hawa mahal
• Jal mahal
• City palace
• Nahargarh Biological Park
• Sambhar lake
• Amer Sagar

v)Kerala

Can you imagine a perfect combination of immense vistas, spectacular hill Stations, enchanting milky waterfalls, alluring lagoons, zig-zagged rivers and photogenic scenarios? Then here you come to ‘Kerala’, one of the exotic tourist attractions as well as honeymoon and holiday destinations in India. Kerala is popularly known as
‘the land of God’ and considered to be a gift of the Arabian Sea. Kerala is also famous for Ayurvedic treatments, exalted mountains, gorges and excellent valleys, greenish rainforest, coconut’s fresh water and oil. Local houseboats comprise the best preference for the tourist to enjoy their vacation in the dignified lakes of Kerala. The best options to explore Kerala are shopping, museums, and markets.
Foods are the next supplement after entertainment in mind. Kerala represents the finger licking and unique flavor of foods as seafood, Malayali vegetarian, and non-vegetarian cuisines, banana dishes especially including fish curry made in gravy by fried coconut. Journalists, nature-lovers from all around the world frequented here in Kerala to meet their expectations of traveling.
Some top-ranking tourist destinations are listed below:
• Kochi
• Kovalam
• Kozhikode
• Kumarakom
• Malampuzha
• Marari
• Munnar
• Alleppey Backwaters

vi)Amritsar

‘Amritsar’ is one of the largest historical cities of Punjab in India and also known as the spiritual capital and a major pilgrimage shrine of Sikhism – the Golden Temple. The place is located approximately 28 km away from the border of neighboring country Pakistan. Amritsar comprises its own historical and religious significance that’s why the city is called as ‘the holiest city of Punjab’. Previously, before the 4th Guru of Sikh religion, this holy city was named after Ramdaspur and Ambersar, then Guru Ram Das renamed the city after ‘Amritsar’.
Remarkably, most of the regions in Amritsar enlighten the significant tales of Indian Independence. Amritsar is also famous for numerous shrines, bazaars, theatre traditions, colorful festivals, delicious Punjabi cuisines, and textiles including shawls, carpets handloom fabrics and handicrafts. Akal Takht, Sikh Parliament, Durgiyana Temple and a vast number of other enchanting tourist attractions are surrounded by Amritsar.
The best time to visit Amritsar is from November to March, especially in winter. Tourists can get the proper advantages to explore some of the wonderful destinations during this time. The top recommended places to visit in Amritsar are:
• The Golden Temple
• Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum
• Wagah Border
• Jallianwala Bagh
• Chand Baori
• Kaiser Bagh Park

vii)Kashmir

Due to the picturesque beauty, ‘Kashmir’ is known as ‘Heaven on Earth’ and located between the valley of Great Himalaya and Pir Panjal Mountain in northern India. Kashmir never fails to attract tourist from all over the world for its enchanting beauty. The Kashmir is famous among the travel-lovers of all ages, Kashmir has Kashmir is drastically surrounded by high snow-clad mountains, sloppy peaks, chilling springs, dense forests and every charm that you are looking for. The sloppy mountains in Kashmir share a common boundary with Afghanistan, China, and Pakistan.
As if God has blessed all the exemplary beauty of nature in Kashmir only, and so Kashmir comprises an enchanting beauty to attract tourists from every corner of the world. A lot of adventurous activities including trekking, ice skating, river crossing, water skiing paragliding and so on are available here in this country. Tourism is the backbone of Kashmir’s economy, marvelous nature has abundantly endowed Kashmir with certain distinctive favors and extravagant natural beauty which hardly find a competitor in any land of the world. Kashmir is flourishing as a favorite holiday destination, especially in summer time.
There are so many tourism packages as Kashmir tour package, Kashmir holiday package, Kashmir honeymoon package and so on are available that offer proper accommodation on demand.
The top-ranking places to visit in Kashmir are listed in following:
• Srinagar
• Gulmarg
• Sonamarg
• Leh
• Kupwara
• Kathua
• Kargil
• Pulwama
• Pahalgam
• Jammu

viii)Shimla

Shimla is called Simla by the local people and is known as the capital city of Himachal Pradesh. This city was also considered as the summer capital during the ancient British Empire on 1864. Shimla is mentioned as the “Queen of Hills” and an attractive tourist destination for the travelers among all ages.
Shimla is located in the north-western ranges of the Himalayas. The city stretches nearly 9.2 km from east to west. The highest peak in Shimla at 2454 meters, is the Jakhoo hill. Shimla is approximately 115 km from Chandigarh, and 365 km from New Delhi.
Shimla exhibits the landscape of majestic snow-kissed mountains, greenish vegetation overlay, lakes with crystal clear water, soothing and tranquil climate, mysterious atmosphere, magnificent tradition and colorful culture. Shimla is also famous for mountaineering.
Here you go for the top destinations in Shimla are listed below-
• The Ridge of Shimla
• Kufri
• Green Valley
• Chail
• Kiala Forest
• Himalayan Bird Park

ix)Goa

Goa popularly known as “Pearl of the Orient” is lying on the west coast of India in the coastal belt named Konkan. Goa is renowned for its golden beaches including the significant history, rich culture, and most beautiful landscapes.
The magnificent coastline of Goa is structured by the vast spreads of the Arabian Sea to the west. Konkani and Marathi are the state languages of Goa and additionally, English is also spoken fluently. The national language Hindi is also well spoken around the state.

The vast green zone of the Sahyadri mountain range ensures that Goa has an plenty of water. Both sea and rivers are enriched by seafood like prawns, mackerels, sardines, crabs, and lobsters that are most popular among the locals and visitors.
The top popular tourist attractions to visit in Goa are listed below-
• Baga Beach
• Calangute Beach
• Grand Island
• Dudhsagar Waterfalls
• Fort Aguada
• Anjuna Beach

x)Darjeeling

Are you planning for your honeymoon, or spending a gala time with your family, or even a vacation with friends? Then here you go to choose a northeast India tour package at an affordable rate on your demand and visit Darjeeling. Darjeeling is blessed by the divine nature and entitled by ‘Queen of Hill stations’ that is also called after the Land of Thunderbolt. The unique aroma of tea in Darjeeling is also popular widely around the world.
This amazing place is also popular for Buddhist monasteries, the trip on the chairlift, shopping in the jazzy markets and trekking to high sloped peaks. Darjeeling also attributes a unique feature of the toy train, that takes you from Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling through picturesque scenic valleys.
The most attractive tourist destinations to travel in Darjeeling are-
• Shingamari Ropeway
• Darjeeling Zoo
• Mahakal Dara Temple
• Tiger Hill
• Batasia Loop
• Darjeeling Tea Gardens
• Dhir Dham Temple
So, what are you waiting for?! Let’s get ready to explore the untold mystery of beautiful India! You definitely will capture the mesmerizing beauty in your eyes forever and ever!

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