India is seventh biggest country in the world and elongating from the high mountains of the Himalayas to the tropical plants of Kerala and from the sacred river Ganga to the sands of the Thar Desert. It’s more than one billion populace and divided into two thousand ethnic groups and speaks over 200 different languages.
India has almost infinite variety of cultures, monuments, landscapes and place to visit around. From the antique ruins, attractive religious buildings, striking cities and different landscape there is a never-ending collection of tourist attractions in India that will never come to an end to wonder and magnetize the tourist.
- Hawa Mahal: A dramatic pick and red sandstone five-story construction stands in the heart of Jaipur. Also known by the name of the Palace of the Wind, it was a place where royal women could outlook street tricks outer while unseen from view. The pyramid-shaped palace has equipped with 953 windows, each of window has an obscure design. Constructed in 1799, Hawa Mahal is measured an outstanding example of Rajputana architecture.
- Mehrangarh Fort: Mehrangarh Fort is a most impressive, a stern-looking fort, one of the biggest in India, that sits atop a hill overlook Jodhpur.
- Meenakshi Amman Temple: Meenakshi Amman Temple is an inspiring Hindu temple that dates back to the 6TH century, despite the fact that most of the present structure was built a thousand years later. It is Located on the Vaigai River, it is conceivably the most significant temple in Madurai.
- Kerala backwaters: The Kerala backwaters are a string of lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast in the Kerala state. Today, houseboat tourism is the most admired tourist activity in the backwaters
- Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer is the archetypal desert town. The yellow sandstone walls of the “Golden City” grow from the Thar Desert like a scene from the Arabian Nights while the Jaisalmer Fort crow of the city.
These are just a few to be listed, there are many more places to be visited!