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India is a beautiful place to visit where one finds different cultures and religions being
practiced, different languages being spoken, different attires being worn by the people and also
different places with different climates and beauty and yet its people have a strong bond with
each other which reflects ‘unity in diversity’. People of India welcome their guests so warmly
and follow the age-old motto of treating every guest like god. India is blessed with infinite
natural beauty; it is also famous for its festivals, cultures, traditions and art forms which give
birth to its exclusiveness in heritage sites, monuments, pilgrim sites and out of the ordinary
architectural marvels. For India’s charm and uniqueness, it is now counted among the world’s
top five tourist hotspots.
The beauty of Kashmir situated in the northern part of India bewitches its spectators by its
snow-capped mountains, emerald green valleys, tranquil rivers, lakes and exquisite gardens. It
is all peace and pleasure being there; therefore it is called the “paradise of the earth”. Main
attractions here are the Gulbarg, Leh , Dal lake, Laddakh, Sonamarg and Pahalgam. The
existence of garden in Jammu and Kashmir captivates the visitors.The allure of these gardens is
enhanced by the pools, canals and fountains built in them. Apart from indulging in the
sightseeing, one can opt to do horse riding, trekking, and can go for water sport and other
sports. Tourist can easily avail the service of hotels for food and accommodation. From budget
hotels to the heritage hotels, many options are available. In Jammu and Kashmir carpets are
woven by hands, which make them unique. It is also known for its handicraft market. So,
shopping from here could also be a delightful experience.
It is always interesting to know about the capital of a country; after all it has got something
different from the other cities. New Delhi, the city once was the city of emperors is now
displaying the treasure of its old heritage in sync with its modern infrastructure. The famous
places to visit in Delhi are; Red fort, architecture of Mughals Jama Masjid, famous Masjid in the
country, India gate, Lotus Temple and Jantar Mantar are the historical sites in the capital.
Fromnarrow lanes of Purani Delhi to the chic and modern shopping malls at the heart of the
city i.e, Connaught place and posh markets in south Delhi serve every one as per their tastes
and preferences. Delhi is also famous for its food, one could easily get delicious snacks from the
hawkers at the road side or one could go to the swanky five star hotels.
Rajasthan, mainly known as a desert area is one of the famous tourist attractions. Its glorious
history and rich cultural and architectural heritage attract the visitors. In the state many
festivals are celebrated and many different traditions are followed. Vivacious and elating Folk
dance and music also make the part of its culture. Rajasthani food has its own specialty; it
serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Royal experience can be relished at some of
the heritage hotels situated in the state. The markets of Rajasthan are vivid and bustling, a
variety of handicraft items are offered in these markets. These three places of the north India
have different and exciting to offer for their visitors. So plan a tour to north India and have a
delightful experience.
Aalia Khan has deep interest in writing informative articles on Travel and tourism India. Also given her
words to a portal for India Tours where one can find info about North India tours and get the best India
Tour Packages. Explore:- http://www.indianluxurytours.com

				
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Description: India is a beautiful place to visit where one finds different cultures and religions being practiced, different languages being spoken yet its people have a strong bond with each other which reflects ‘unity in diversity’.