Top 10 most beautiful places to visit in India

Top 10 most beautiful places to visit in India

Top 10 places to visit in India

India is the land of cultures, religions, wonders, and foods. Each state of India has its own speciality and offer a diversity of culture and religion to its tourists. Moreover, the history of India also adds to the beauty of the country. The monuments and palaces of the Mughal and Sultanate periods show the royalty of art and architecture of the country. It has a variety of destination options such as beaches, deserts, islands, hills, seas, and plains. India is a country of explorations. Even a whole lifetime will be less if you want to explore all the places of India. So I would like to guide you with Top 10 most beautiful places to visit in India.


Jaipur, India

Jaipur, the Pink City is situated in Rajasthan. You can witness India’s glorious history in this place. You can also see a number of forts and monuments in Jaipur. These were built by the Mughals and the Rajputs. Don’t miss to visit here the Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Diwan-e-Aam, City Palace, Rambagh Palace and Central Museum. The Pink City also gives you the proof of the architectural excellence of India in the past.


Kashmir India

Kashmir, The Heaven of Earth, is one of the most beautiful places on this Earth. It is situated in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and is also the place of Himalayan Ranges. You will be able to experience a region of geographical diversity in Kashmir. The Inner Himalayas, The Lesser Himalayas, The Outer Himalayas and The Trans-Himalayas. There is absolutely nothing in Kashmir which will fail to mesmerise you with its beauty. If you travelling to Kashmir put in your must-see list the Dal Lake, Gulmarg Gondola, Sonamarg, Mughal Gardens, Shalimar Bagh, Zojila Pass, Shankaracharya Hill. All these places will help you to discover fully all the beauty of Kashmir.


Kerala, India

Kerala, one of the Ten Paradises of the world, has been considered as the most popular tourist destination in India. Situated in the tropics of Malabar Coast, it stands as a source of natural beauty and greenery. Most of the parts of Kerala consists of lakes and water bodies. The Backwater lake of Kerala is one of the best attraction of the place. It has also received much importance from the National Geographic Traveler for its vital initiatives in eco-tourism.

Ajanta Ellora

Ajanta Ellora

Ajanta Ellora, The Masterpiece of Indian Art and Architecture, is the best example of the architectural history of India. Situated in the Aurangabad district of the state Maharashtra, it is famous for its twenty-nine rock cut cave monuments of the Buddhists. The paintings and sculptures in the caves depicting the religious past of the Buddhists hold the history of the Buddhistic arts. The Ajanta Ellora Caves have been rated by the UNESCO as one the World’s Heritage Site.


Goa, India

Goa, The Queen of Coastal Areas, is famous for its number of beautiful beaches. It is not only a place for Indian tourists but many European tourists also come to Goa during the winters to spend their vacations. Due to the beauty of the beaches, you may be able to witness many beach weddings. The Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Goa Chitra Museum, Chapora Fort, Harvalem Waterfall are some other attractions of Goa which areabsolutely worth to visit.


Delhi India

Delhi, the capital of India, is one of the most important places of India’s history. As the initiation of the Mughal Empire was from Delhi, it has a variety of forts, palaces and mosques. The Qutub Minar, the Red Fort and the tomb of King Humayun adds to the heritage of Delhi. Also, visit Temple Akshardham in New Delhi which has become one of the largest Hindu temple complexes in the world. Being the capital of India, Delhi also has many governmental buildings such as the Parliament House of India, the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the 10 Janpath, the Delhi Town Hall, the Indira Paryavaran Bhawan and the Secretariat Building. Don’t miss the opportunity to see them if you are staying in Delhi. Also from Delhi, you can get to Agra and visit one of the famous monument in the world – Taj Mahal. This magnificent white marble mausoleum will impress you by its beauty. To get here from Deli will take you 2-3 hours by train.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman and Nicobar Islands or the Palm Island is a part of the Indian archipelago which is in the Bay of Bengal. It has almost three hundred islands and most of them form a palm shape, hence the name the Palm Island. Most of the areas of the island are covered with white sand beaches, tropical rain forests, mangrove forests and coral reefs. You can also experience a wide diversity of marine life on this island. The place also has a variety of adventure options for you such as scuba diving, paragliding and many others.


Darjeeling India

Darjeeling is also said as The Queen of Hills. You can see this place in the Lesser Himalayas. Its special characteristic is its tea garden which is also the main economic source of Darjeeling. You can also find the world’s third highest mountain Kanchenjunga. The pristine beauty of its tea gardens adds to the beauty of Darjeeling.

Deodar Forest

Deodar Forest

Indians call Deodar Forest “the timber of the Gods”. It stays in the Western Himalayan Mountains. The forest area has a wide variety of Deodar trees. It is because of the trees the place has experienced economic development. You can also see the dropping branches and tall, green needles. You can also explore the variety of shrubs and wild species of the place.


Ooty, India

Ooty or Udhagamandalam is known as the Blue Mountains. You can find this place in a part of Tamil Nadu. It is 80 km away in the north from the Coimbatore. Here are many attractions in the hills of Nilgiris. For example, the Pykara Lake, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, Rose Garden, St. Stephen’s Church, Thread Garden. Helps to these sites you will be able to experience all the beauty of Ooty. You can also gather some important information about the cultural and religious diversity of the place.

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