Tourist places worth visiting in India

India has unique varieties of places worth exploring along with varied places, monuments and even the landscapes. There are several almost endless combinations of tourist attractions in India which will never cease to amaze you. India is considered as the seventh largest country in the world and is the only such sub continent with mountains stretching in the North and the vastness of the ocean in the south. Not to forget the tropical greenery of the west to the beautiful folk culture of the north east. There are more than one billion people in India and they are divided into approximately two thousand ethnic groups of people. In India alone, at least around 200 different languages are spoken.

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The Taj Mahal that is located in Agra is well known all over the world and tourists flock from different parts of the world all throughout the year to visit the place. It is an exotic mausoleum carved out of white marble. It was built between 1632 and 1653 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is also known as “a teardrop on the cheek of eternity” and is one of the best masterpieces of Mughal architecture, apart from being the most popular tourist destinations in India. The Harmandir Sahib, which is better known as the Golden Temple is worth making a visit too. It is located in Amritsar and is considered as the most important religious place to the Sikhs.

The Kerala backwaters in the southern most part of India are a chain of lakes and lagoons lying parallel to coast of the Arabian Sea. It is home to many unique and varieties of species of aquatic life like the frogs, crabs, and the mudskippers, otters, turtles and other animals and water species, birds etc. The Virupaksha Temple located in the city of Hampi grew larger during the reigns of Vijayanagara. The Kanha National Park is a great watch for the variety of wildlife species in Asia. You can also catch a glimpse of the tiger here apart from the sanctuary at Sunderbans. Jaisalmer is the desert town and is located in Rajasthan’s remote westernmost corner close to Pakistan.

Varanasi situated at the banks of the River Ganges is sacred to the jains, hindus and also the Buddhists. Palolem is one of the most developed beaches in Goa. The Ajanta Caves are rock-cut cave monuments dating from the 2th century BC. Also worth visiting are the Ajanta and the Ellora caves located in the state of Maharashtra.

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