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The blossoming country on the verge of expansion, India is a country well in touch with its roots as well as the digital age. A country that shows promise to become the next superpower has diversity as its very key element that allows it to grow. With cultural diversity and a penchant for growth, India, and its people are the perfect combination of nations that have taken their fate into their own hands.

Although just like any other country, India has its fair share of problems such as poverty, lack of sanitation, education, and corruption, there is also a positive and a more endearing sight that makes it attract hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. A country blossoming with a rich heritage, colorful people and century’s old architecture, one is always in for a surprise regardless of which city they travel to. 

Places to Visit in India

The Taj Mahal

Traveling to India and not visiting the Taj Mahal is like going to Paris and not visiting the Eifel Tower or going to Rome and not visiting the Coliseum - you get the idea right? A symbol of love for the generations before us and the generations to come after, the Taj Mahal is literally the definition of true love and is all that it stands for. Built in the year 1632 by emperor Shah Jahan, Taj Mahal was built out of love for Shah Jahan’s favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. This mausoleum attracts hundreds and thousands of tourists each year by young and aged lovers alike and renews within them a passion for love. 

Ganges River

The Ganges River also referred to as “Ganga” is a river that flows through India and Bangladesh. Stretching at about 2,525 km, the river starts from the western Himalaya and flows through Uttarakhand, make its way south and east through the gangateic Plain of North India and then onwards to Bangladesh and then finally merging with the Bay of Bengal. Ganges River is the third largest river in the world, who would want to witness such a marvel?

India Gate

Originally called the All India War memorial, the gate is a memorial of the 82,000 or more soldiers of the Indian Army that died in the First World War between the years 1914-1921. Though a memorial, the gate has an alluring architectural style which is quite similar to that of the Colosseum in Rome and the Gateway of India. So if one is interested in the history of War and wishes to pay homage to the many soldiers that have died in the war then India Gate is a place that one must visit. 

Harmandir Sahib (The Golden Temple)

The holiest of sites for the religion of Sikhism, the Golden Temple is located in Amritsar, Punjab. The temple is the capital of the religion and receives a vast number of Sikh devotees all year round. If not for its religious significance, the philanthropic activity of the free community kitchen that feeds the thousands of tourists and devotees each day for free is a sight and taste one must try while in the “abode of God” as the place is called.

Mysore Palace

A historic place located in the city of Mysore in Karnataka, South India. The palace is the official residence of the Wodeyars who are the royal family and the rules of Mysore. The palace is spread across a huge piece of land and has a wide array of courtyards, buildings, and gardens. Undoubtedly one of the most visited tourist attraction in India, the Mysore Palace receives a whopping 6 million tourists annually. 

Accommodation in India

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Transportation in India


India has a wide network of local and intra-country railroads that is used by the middle and lower classes on a daily basis, though crowded at times, the railway transportation model is safe and an efficient means of transportation for locals and tourists to every corner of India.


India is an interesting country when it comes to transportation because here you will find a unique set of transportation all coexisting within the same spectrum. It's only in India where you will find Uber and hand pulled rickshaws going side by side. India also has a wide taxi network, car rental, public busses and other means of transportations easily available.


India has a total of 132 operational International Airports and amongst them, the most popular ones are The Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, the Goa International Airport, and the Mumbai Airport.

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