In India, a country of heritage, natural beauty, and modernity, people travel to different parts of the world. If you are visiting this country of fancy, this is a photo gallery about places that will not be forgotten.
This is one of the seventh wonders of the Mughal architecture Millions of tourists visit Agra every year in northern India to see this memorial of love for Shahjahan-Mumtaz and it is the place of most expensive hotels in India. The best time to visit the Taj Mahal on the banks of the river Jamuna is during the winter months, from October to February.
One of the highest bricks made in the world is to visit the capital Delhi The tower was built at the behest of Qutbuddin Aibak, India’s first Muslim ruler. A visit to this UNESCO World Heritage Site will visit in the spring or summer; otherwise, the tower will remain unseen due to fog.
The Golden Temple:
The Golden Temple of Amritsar in Punjab is the largest synagogue of Sikh fanatics. Because of the infinite importance of human services in Sikhism, the temple, which is enclosed in 162 kilograms of gold, is fed free of charge to about 50,000 people every day. Visitors can also help in cooking so many people.
Desert of Rajasthan:
India’s Rajasthan is the seventh-largest desert in the world, a part of the Thar Desert, which is a short distance away from the city of Jayasalmi. The beauty of sunset or sunrise in the desert is just as fancy as the local dance music. It’s best to go from October to March to enjoy Rajasthan in full, as it is very hot at other times.
In this state of western India, you will find beaches, mountains, tasty sea fish and many important places with Portuguese history. Youths around the world are crowded in Goa, known as India’s ‘Party Town’ every month some kind of festival goes on. So you can go to Goa at any time of the year.
Land of Kashmir:
March to August is the best time to visit Kashmir, known as ‘paradise of death’. Before leaving for Srinagar, Gulmarg, Leh, Sonarmg, be sure to check if there are any necessary documents. As a border region, Kashmir is much more secure than other parts of India.
The caves were built around two thousand years old in Maharashtra These caves, described in the life story of Gautam Buddha, were rediscovered in the 5th, after being lost in the jungles of the jungle. When you go to Ajanta-Ellora, Mumbai has to become a city. For that reason, Bollywood’s premier Mumbai can also visit.
This fort, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, was used as a British military camp for up to 1947 years. Today, on Independence Day every year, the Prime Minister unveils the national flag of India at this fort, a symbol of the sovereignty of the Republic of India. It was ranked UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. You have to go to Delhi to see the Red Fort.