Agra: The Ultimate Abode of Romance
If you want to fall in love in the Mughal style, Agra’s TajMahal is the place to visit. An epitome of love and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, TajMahal built by ShahJahan in the memory of his wife,Mumtaz. This 16th century white marble structure that took 22 years to take shape, introduces the tourists to the magnificence of love as well as the grandeur of Mughal reign. The history and culture underlying in the city are evident through tall standing structures like Akbar’s tomb, Jahangir’s palace, Agra’s fort, Fatehpur Sikri and Sikandra Fort. The city also attracts religious crowd through Jama Masjid and Moti Masjid.
Jaipur: Exploring the Rich Heritage of Rajasthan
The first planned city of India, Jaipur is also widely known as the ‘pink city’. The magical city Jaipur lures the tourists with its majestic sites, royal surroundings and a whirlwind of old traditions mixed with present era. As you traverse the city, you can explore the creative passion of the city through monuments such as HawaMahal, Amber fort, Jaigarh fort, Nahargarh fort, City Palace, JantarMantar, JalMahal, Rambagh Palace, Chandra Mahal, Diwan-E- Aam, Central Museum.From bandhanidupattas to mojris, from Rajasthani jackets to jootis, the city is bound to take your breath away with its popular shopping centers.
Goa: International Beach Experience
A city of pristine beaches, Goa’s 103km. coastlinewill lure you with its sunny sphere, tourist crowd, fenny and water sports. Goa boasts of beautiful rustic beachesthat can be visited around all seasons. Forget visiting Phi Phi Islands or Australia, the enchanting and scenic beaches in Goa will offer you everything from drinks to parties, solitude and laziness to sunbathing, seafood dining to local cuisine dining.
Jammu & Kashmir: The Heaven on Earth
The land of mountains, sparkling rivers and shikaras, Chinar trees and cane, Kashmir has no equivalent and hence is a true heaven on earth. With its breath taking landscapes and scenic beauty, Kashmir has a lot to offer to tourists in the form of Dal Lake, Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Gulmarg etc. The landscape of Kashmir is colourfully painted with Chinar trees. The land of Leh&Ladakh is a perfect destination for bikers. Kashmir also has a lot to offer to tourists who love adventure sports such as skiing, golfing, skating and snowboarding. Kashmir’s leather goods, pashmina shawls, blankets and dry fruits can fill in the rest of your free time.
Kanyakumari: The Blue Capital of India
Famous for the stunning sunrise and sunset views, Kanyakumari is surrounded by three ocean bodies’ viz. Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengaland the Arabian Sea. Spirituality, scenic views and religion can all be explored in Kanyakumari.
Kerala: The Natural Relaxation Zone
If you are looking for some solace, natural beauty and therapeutic relaxation and massages, the green land of India, Kerala, is your destination. Glorious Arabian Sea provides the region with its beautiful back waters. Deep coconut groves, curvy hills, aroma of spices and glowing rice paddies – all make Kerala a sought after tourist destination.
Delhi: The Famous Capital
Delhi, one of the oldest and historic cities in India is not short of inviting tourists. The city boasts of most historic structures and world heritage sites like Humayun’s tomb and Kutumb-Minar. Delhi also holds the Red Fort, the Indian Parliament, the famous ‘samadhi’s’ and various other government offices, the ultimate proof of our democracy.
Ajanta Ellora: Exploring Ancient Sculptures
If sculptures, carvings and paintings allure you, the astonishing and stupendous Ajanta Ellora caves, Unesco World Heritage Site, is not worth a miss. These caves contain immense, periodic sculptures and paintings of Lord Buddha. Located in Aurangabad, the magnificence and scope of these 34 caves emit spiritual power and demonstrate excellence in architecture and excellence.
Darjeeling: If You are a Tea Fan
How can you miss visiting Darjeeling, if you are a fan of witnessing snow led peaks, feeling the pleasant breeze while walking amongst the hills and drinking a warm cup of tea.The Queen of all Hill stations, Darjeeling is clad with natural beauty and offers breathtaking views of Kanchenjunga and Mt. Everest. The tea plantations in Darjeeling provide the tourists and experience on tea processing and an opportunity to experience original tea in India.
Mysore: Experiencing the Charm of Tipu Sultan
Planning a trip to Mysore during Dusshera is highly recommended. The kingdom of Mysore, once ruled by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, offers the tourist a yummy food option in the form of Masala Dosas and excellent shopping option in terms of silk sarees.