Wherever you turn to in India, you’ll find out there are numerous things you to do and sights to see that are surely new to you.
There are so many experiences you mustn’t miss on- is it the fascinating or rewarding or shocking or educational or even the confusing ones? Every day of your stay will surely involve seeing, hearing or knowing a new thing. Some breath-taking attractions to visit include…
As we have it, there is no way we’ll make this list without making mention of this enormous mausoleum of white marble in Agra; it was constructed between 1932 and 1653 by the order of Mughal emperor- Shah Jahan in memory of his loving wife. Taj Mahal is also called “a teardrop on the face of eternity,” and it is one of Mughal’s architectural masterworks, and a great attraction in India.
Varanasi is situated on the banks of River Ganges; it is sacred to Buddhists, Hindus, and Jains. It is also one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. Varanasi represents the best and worst parts of India in so many ways, and it can be a tad overwhelming.
In Ellora Caves, cave art is on a whole different level. There are one hundred caves in Ellora, and only thirty-four are open to the general public. These caves are devoted to Buddhists, Hindus and Jainism deities.
This place is better known as the “Golden Temple.” It is the main attraction for tourists in Amritsar, also being the most significant religious place to the Sikhs. Guru Ramdas Ji began the construction of this temple in the 16th century. Maharaja Ranjit Singh, in the 19th century, covered the upper floors of the temple with gold. This temple is super stunning, and there are like thousands of pilgrims here from every place of India.
Kanha National Park
This is one of the most lovely wildlife reserves in all of Asia, also one of the top places to see a tiger in India. The plush sal and bamboo forests, ravines of Khana and the grassy meadows were Rudyard Kipling’s muse for his popular novel – Jungle Book, and this made Kanha National Park one of the top tourist attractions in India.