India is known as Incredible India because it has the varieties in all terms whether it is cuisines, shopping, wildlife, nature, honeymoon or more. Most of the travelers confused themselves for where to start. India is the country where you no need to start your journey, just pick the places and go there.
Find here Top Places to Visit in India at least once in lifetime.
One of the most desired places for lovers of high mountains and adventurers. At 3650 meters high, Leh is the capital of Ladakh, in Jammu and Kashmir. It is the place with the greatest Buddhist presence in all of India and you can find several Buddhist Monasteries there. Pangong Lake is one of the main attraction to admire.
Located in the Punjab, in northwestern India, Amritsar is the religious seat of the Sikh religion. This is a monotheistic religion in which their male worshipers are recognized by the turban of their heads and by the 5 Ks – Kesh, Kangha, Kara, Kashera, Kirpan. In Amritsar, the Golden Temple stands out above all, which every Sikh visits at least once in his life. Surrounded by a lake called nectar pool, the temple is open to people of any religion, nationality, sex, color or race. There are no restrictions. You can spend the night indoors as long as there is much space.
Rishikesh is one of the most recommended places to rest from the chaos of the Indian capital. Nestled between mountains and bathed by a virtually newborn Ganges River, this city is one of the most famous places for the practice of Yoga. With its two hanging bridges, the Ram and the Laxman jhula, its ashram places of meditation teaching, its multi-storey temples and endless bells and the beautiful Ganga Arti ceremonies.
Far North of India Region, in the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir, lies the small town of Srinagar – the city of Dal Lake. Located in the valley formed by the Karakoram and Pir Panjal mountain ranges, Srinagar is once again a way of escape from the chaos of other Indian cities. On the lake there are floating houses, where you can spend the night. There are interesting hiking routes in its surroundings.
Mumbai is the giant of India and the most populous city in the country and the fourth in the world. Among its tourist attractions, it stands out, above all. The grottos of Elephanta Island, the building of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Railway Terminal the Bollywood studios, the Dhobi Ghat – one of the largest open-air laundries in the world, the Vipassana World Pagoda – a Buddhist stupa inspired by the Shwedagon Pagoda of Burm and the Sanjay Gandhi National Park with 104 square kilometers and surrounded by three sides of the Indian megacity are the top attractions to explore in Mumbai
Named after the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, this city in the state of Maharastra has several interesting monuments nearby, apart from the Bibi Ka Maqbara – a burial tomb built by Aurangzeb in honor of one of his wives. It has an amazing resemblance to the Taj Mahal, a monument built during the tenure of his father Shah Jahan. Near Aurangabad there are two places of interest:
- Ajanta – Known for its 29 artificial caves painted and sculpted for the Buddhist cult from the 2nd century BC.
- Ellora – An archaeological complex dating from the 5th and 10th centuries and formed by 34 caves, of which 12 belong to Buddhist temples, 17 to Hindu and 5 to Jain.
Goa is a state located on the west coast of India, one of the last European colonial enclaves in India, (until 1961, when Portugal surrendered under pressure from the Indian army). Today Goa is one of the most frequented beach destinations in the country. For the lovers of the party, the beach of Anjuna, without being the prettiest, is one of the liveliest in the area. Also noteworthy, Panaji is the state capital and Old Goa where the remains of the Old Portuguese city are on the list of World Heritage Sites.
At the southern tip of India is the state of Kerala. It is the city of Alleppey, possibly the best known image of Kerala with its canals and lagoons in the middle of the vegetation. To the north of Kerala is the district of Wayanad, very close to three natural parks – Nagarahole, Bandipur and Mudumalai (which do not belong to Kerala).Tags: North of India Region