Top 5 Things that Make India an Incredible Tourist Destination!

Incredible India

Top 5 Things that Make India an Incredible Tourist Destination!

India is a land of diversity that is rich in scenic beauty and cultural extravaganza. India offers variety of travel options from mountains to plains, beaches to gardens, deserts to backwaters, monuments to forts and palaces, festivals to ceremonies, luxuries to daily lives of locals, temples to heritage buildings and awesome food with richest varieties mind boggling vegetarian dishes that are nowhere available in the world.

Variety of Landscapes

India is dotted with diverse landscapes. Every nook and corner of India has its own charm Hamalayas in the North, mesmerizing beaches and backwaters in the South. Desert in the West and plains & plateaus in Central India adds to the list of wide range of topographies of India.

Awesome Architecture

India is not confined to a single architectural style as it is has taken inspiration from the designs and culture of different places and communities of the world. The beautiful carvings and pictographic symbols found on the walls of striking Indian temples, the Gothic and the Victorian aesthetics and the Persian Islamic designs are few examples which give us a glimpse of the innumerable types of architecture our country is home to.

Yoga Learning

Indians taught Yoga and Spirituality to the world. According to a theory even Jesus found enlightenment in Kashmir (a part of India). Yoga day is now being celebrated on 21 June in the world. It is an established fact that practicing yoga helps in maintaining the well being of humans naturally. It is an authentic natural way of healing. It balances mind, body and soul. There are many quality yoga learning centers available in Rishikesh and Varanasi in the North India and Kerala & Mysuru in South India.

Heritage Buildings

There are many awesome UNESCO approved heritage buildings in India. The Taj Mahal, 400 years old building is one of the most beautiful heritage buildings in India, followed by many edifices that include Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Red Fort Complex, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutab Complex, Qutab Minar, Khajuraho Group of Monuments, Mahabodhi Temple, Maha Bodhi Temple Complex, Ajanta, Ellora and many more.

Indian Railways

Indian Railways Network was set up by the British way back in the 1800s- the Indian Railways is the biggest cross-country rail network in the Asian plate, it employs more than a million too!