India is a beautiful and bamboozling place, an endlessly fascinating country that is often challenging and always surprising. Stretched between the golden beaches of the Indian Ocean and the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan mountains lies an incredible tapestry of natural and man-made wonders- astounding temples, mystical monasteries, frenetic cities, pristine national parks, lavish palaces, lost kingdoms, mesmerising markets and some of the world’s most iconic monuments. It is surrounded by three big oceans from three directions such as in south with Indian Ocean, in east with Bay of Bengal and in west with Arabic sea and the Himalayas stand as guard to its north.
India is very famous for its spiritual works, Yoga, martial arts, etc. A huge crowd of pilgrims and devotees come here to see and enjoy the beauty of famous places, temples and other world heritage sites in India. It is the birth place of three religions—Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism. It is the country which made the world familiar with the philosophy of non-violence and truth. Today, Buddhism is a popular religion in many countries of the world. It is a land whose fame and exotic riches turned travellers from around the world which drew Alexander the Great to its plains besides the great Mughals. It is a land of romance, mysticism and wisdom. India is the country of contrasts from architectural and cultural perspectives. It’s a huge and bewildering country, with many different religions and cultures, and cities that roar with traffic and bustle with activity non-stop. If you want to amuse yourself with food, culture,language, clothing and various traditions, India is the right place for you to visit. With the population of over one billion people, India is very multicultural and each of the twenty eight states in the country has its unique identity that determines and directs its history. People of different caste, creed, colour, customs, and cultures live here in peace and harmony. The national language of India is Hindi however almost fourteen nationally recognized languages are spoken.
Though perhaps a cliché, the only way to get a true sense of India is to visit smaller villages.The real benefit is that it’ll get you out of the sprawling and vastly overpopulated cities. Onceyou’ve cleared your head, say with a trip to the mountains or into the slower-moving land of Kerala in the south, you’ll be far better placed to enjoy the famous hospitality of the Indian.
India Beautiful Places To Visit 2018:
5.Kanha Tiger Reserve
8.Periyar National Park.
9.Valley of Flowers National Park
10.Bandipur National Park,
This Article credit goes to Rohit Sahu