With the mighty Himalayas crowning the skyline and the Arabian Sea washing the shores in South, with sun-kissed deserts residing in the West and deeply rooted tribes of East - India paints a picture with multihued colours that one needs to see to believe. The country often leaves the world wondering and pondering in disbelief due to its larger than life outlook reflecting in all its tourist attractions. While there are lures which still chant stories of the bygone era, there are also places which are perfect exemplars of modern day living.
India is home to numerous sites of historical significance. Visit the caves of Ajanta and Ellora which paint Indian cultures and traditions in the most beautiful way. The ancient cave temples on Elephanta Island are another UNESCO World Heritage Site that forms a network of sculpted caves.
A visit to Taj Mahal is a must during holidays to India. This epitome of true love is a pearly white monument made by Shah Jahan, a devoted husband for his loving wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
Forts and palaces of Rajasthan are catch attention of travellers willing to walk down the memory lanes. Explore the larger than life Amber Fort or explore the majestic Umaid Bhawan Palace - forts of Rajasthan take you to the time when India was proudly called as the Golden Sparrow.
The locals of India are deeply rooted to their religion. That’s why holidays to India offer you opportunities to visit some of the most popular religious spots depicting varied cultures and traditions. Visit Amarnath, an extremely significant sight among Hindus. This abode of Lord Shiva is visited by millions of people every year. Bodhgaya is another popular religious hub which is often known as a crucible of Buddhism. This is the place where Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment under a bodhi tree and became Buddha.
Konark Sun Temple also makes many jaws drop with its Oriya architecture. The temple has the shape of a colossal chariot with seven horses and twelve wheels, taking the sun god across heavens. Sanchi Stupa, a popular Buddhism hub, is also considered as India’s oldest stone structure built in 3rd century BC by Emperor Ashoka. The gleaming Golden Temple of Amritsar, a religious place of the Sikhs, also deserves a visit due to its complex history and grand outlook.One needs more than a lifetime to explore all the attractions of this country. They not only capture the rich past of India but also act as caretakers of India’s vivacious cultures, art and traditions.
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