Sights to see in India
March 31, 2017
If you’re looking for a country where you can find astonishing contrast, I mean a nation with the convergence of both modern and traditional worlds, it is no other place but India. India prides herself possessing a rich heritage which is the resultant effect of centuries of diverse religions and cultures in the past. India has the largest population as well as the seventh largest land mass in the whole world.
In India, there are dozens of unexplored natural side attractions as well as great sights almost everywhere. Making a trip to these places should offer once in a lifetime memorable experience. To explore these places, an appreciable amount of time will be required as they are scattered in all parts of India. If you ask me, I would say its worth the time. Please find below, a list of few beautiful places you can visit in India.
This is a section in the famous Golden Triangle tourist circuit in India,Tajmahal is located in Agra, and it was named in honor of Mumtaz Mahal. She was the favorite wife of Emperor Shah Jahan in her days. It’s arguably India’s most known building as well as the world’s most popular testimony to the power of love. It has made it to the top of the list because it remains India’s most iconic monument as well as the India’stop historical attraction.
Frozen Lakes of Himalayas
If you’re seeking to visit India for beautiful lakes, then the great Himalaya Mountain is the right place to visit. The great mountain has lots of lakes. It ranges from Greater Himalaya to Arunachal Himalayas. The Himalayan terrain of Arunachal Pradesh, as well as Sikkim, possesses some of the best-frozen lakes in India.
The Frozen lakes include Gurudongmar lake of Sikkim, Tawang lake as well as the world renowned Dal Lake found in Srinagar. The beauty of the Himalayas comes from the frozen water bodies.
In 1577, the fourth Sikhs guru known as Guru Ram Das founded the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The name can be interpreted as the Holy Pool of Nectar, and it’s derived from the body of water found around it. It serves as the spiritual capital for all Sikhs. The exquisite Golden Temple draws pilgrims from diverse parts of the world. The visitor counts rivals that the tourists for the TajMahal! The beauty comes more elegant at night when it’s beautifully lit up. The sight of this with its gold dome illuminated is awesome.
Located in Tamil Nadu, the ancient Madurai is found at the home of the most significant and impressive temple in South India known as the Meenakshi Temple.
If you have ever heard or seen one south Indian temple, then it no doubt, the Meenakshi Temple. The 4000 years old city of Madurai has remained the leading center for Tamil culture and learning. The city annually hosts a 12-day Chithirai Festival, used to re-enact a celestial wedding of God with a Goddess. The festival holds in April yearly.
Goa is India’s highest beach destination. It tends to draw tourists to itself via the promise of parties as well as taking off days at the beach. Interestingly, the state itself is appealing with the blend of culture, nature, adventurous activities and visible historical evidence.