Seen as a country of snake charmers, magicians and naked fakirs India has for centuries intrigued the outsiders. Subject of much conquest, the Golden Bird has a torturous history, the invasions and occupation has left an indelible but colorful mark in the countries tapestry.
It is no more somebody’s cup of imagination the country is on road to fast progress and becoming an economic super power. But the
India is a land of delight and despair and both make the tourists exult in bewilderment. The diversity is mind boggling and so is harmony in existence. India changes every short distance people, landscape, dialect, ethnicity and color. The landmark culture is ancient going back to five thousand years. The subsequent development of fine arts, performing arts, rites and rituals and classical music is a testimony to the age of India.
The state rejoices in colorful festivities, rituals and ceremonies – religious and social. The colors have a profound effect upon the visitors and coupled with the sights and smells India appears an amazing pool of
The jewels of India are Taj Mahal, Tiger and Temples the very hallmark essence of a bewildering cultural pot pouri. The mainstay of tourism in India is cultural tours but nevertheless wildlife is essential to
India has much to offer the historical monuments abound palaces, forts and amazing edifices that hold the tourists spellbound. The natural sightseeing abounds and enthrall the visitor in the country reside many hill resorts that have salubrious and serene surroundings.
Indian food is a conglomeration of regional tongue tingling delicacies and not all are spicy and hot. The cuisine of India is addicting and the enticing aroma is a mix of spices, natural herbs and whatnot. The food is as diverse as the country is a life time is not enough to experience it.
Those on a spiritual quest visit the numerous places of holy pilgrimage in order to discover oneself. Lord Buddha, Krishna and Mahavir were born here and credited with philosophy that augured spiritual awakening amongst people of India.