Get to know the most popular places to visit in India.

April 16, 2013 3:30 pm

India is a land that exemplifies “Unity in Diversity” at its best. People talk about it for its varied cuisines, culture, heritage and travel. From the majestic mountains to the mesmerising beaches, from the great number of pilgrimage sites to the alluring sand dunes, this amazing country has everything to leave that will you spellbound at the sight of it.

While traversing from one travel destination to another in India it is impossible to rate these destinations on the scale of one to ten. So mentioned below are the most popular places to visit in India.

Rajasthan- The legacy of royals

RajasthanWhenever the word Rajasthan comes it always makes you think of the majestic palaces, forts, heritage hotels and beautiful sand dunes. The colorful life of the local tribes of this state adds colorful magic to the beauty of it. The state has large monuments and is home to some of the breathtaking cities like Udaiur , Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Udiapur exhibits sight of alluring lake and palaces while Thar in Jaisalmer cannot be forgotten for the undulating views of sand dunes. Rajasthan has something to surprise you at every turn.

Goa- The Party Place

One of the most popular [;aces to visit in India, Goa perfectly testifies the quotation of good things coming in small packages, thanks to the small geographical area occupied by it. This small state is a bag full of surprises to enthrall its visitors. The state receives a large number of tourists from all around the world at all seasons. The presence of exotic beaches, lip smacking seafood , vibrant nightlife, adventure sports and beautiful colonial churches make it the most loved tourist destination on the popularity charts.

Kerala –God’s Own Country

While listing the popular tourist destination, the list would not be complete without the mentioning of Kerala. The state brings beautiful sandy beaches, wildlife sanctuaries , sparkling backwaters at the disposal of visitors. The state houses large number wildlife sanctuaries that are inhabited by a wide variety of species. This state is also popular in Ayurveda tourism. As it has shown the way for alternative medical treatment for releasing the stress from ones life in a more convenient way.

Ajanta and Ellora- exemplifying Finest Sculptured Art

These caves are sure to make you wonder about how great our ancestors would have been in the field of sculptured art. The Ajanta and Ellora caves have been cut out of rocks with the help of hammers centuries ago. The Ellora Caves are a group of 34 Hindu, Buddhist and Jain rock-cut cave temples. While the Ajanta Caves consists of a total of 29 rock-cut Buddhist caves. The place has been known for the Buddhist sculptures from pre-medieval times. Kashmir

Kashmir –Switzerland of India

The Kashmir region is bounded in between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal mountain range. The Kashmir valley showcases the breathtaking beauty of dazzling and gushing rivers, splendid gardens, flowering pastures and the snow-capped mountain ranges in the background. The region is famous for the exotic flora and fauna it offers to explore. It is a great place of adventure enthusiasts as the valley offers the opportunity to experience water rafting, trekking, ice skiing and para-gliding.

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