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Taj Mahal (Agra, Uttar Pradesh)
This is the most iconic and emblematic monument of the nation, which is in fact a manifestation of a monarch’s love and obsession for his beautiful wife. The construction of the grand marble wonder with exquisite domes and pillars started in 1632 and culminated around 1653. The Taj Mahal was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died at a young age. The emperor is said to have chopped off the hands of the craftsmen who worked on building the monument, so that there could never be another monument of its caliber anywhere on earth.
Bandhavgarh National Park
A vast natural reserve located 200 kilometers from Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh is famous for its spectacular setting amidst green valleys, rocky terrains and high cliffs. The park has one of the highest numbers of tigers along with deer, leopards, bears, elephants, gibbons and a host of indigenous birds. The entrance to the park is from Tala village and the best time to spot the animals is at the break of dawn or in the late afternoon. The park is closed from July to September during monsoon season.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands boasts of some of the richest coral reef ecology in the world and is great for diving and snorkeling. Even for visitors who aren’t particularly charged about water sports, the pristine clear blue water islands, lagoons and reef formations on the shore are worth seeing.
Khajuraho temples, located in Madhya Pradesh, are an outstanding collection of temples and shrines depicting medieval Hindu architecture and erotic sculpture. The exquisite statues and stone carvings are skillfully worked on wall panels and sketch the ancient sexual legacy and mythology of the land of Kamasutra.
One of the most breathtaking natural sights in India, the Kerala Backwaters is a gorgeous landscape of tranquil waterways, swaying palm trees, lush rice fields and old-fashioned inlets. Take a ride on the backwaters on a houseboat and enjoy a traditional, world-famous Kerala ayurvedic massage.
A land of many wonders, India has several diverse and fascinating sights that are replete with history, mythology and a deep-rooted culture along with some superb natural attractions.
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Jammu Kashmir- “Heaven on Earth”Millions of tourists visit Jammu Kashmir every year to see its fascinating tourist destinations, exotic wildlife and heritage sights. Jammu Kashmir, situated in northern India has been famous for its natural beauty since time immemorial and has been aptly described as "Heaven on Earth". Formerly one of the largest princely states of India , it is bounded to the northeast by the Uygur Autonomous Region of Xingjian and to the east by the Tibet , to the south by more..
Heritage Tour to Sikkim MonasteriesThe monasteries of Sikkim are places of religious discourses, worship and meditation and are the store-house of many hands written religious books and manuscripts preaching morals. Monasteries constitute the part and parcel of Sikkimese cultural heritage. In general, the monasteries are called Gompa, which means a solitary place. In Sikkim there are near about 200 monasteries or Gompas belonging to the Kagyu and Nyingma order have not only been influencing the cultural heritage and lifestyle of the people, more..