New Delhi, the capital and the third largest city of India is a fusion of the ancient and the modern. Standing along the West End of Gangetic Plain, the capital city, Delhi, unwinds a picture rich with culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history,monuments, museums, galleries, gardens and exotic shows. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, the Old Delhi and New Delhi, the city is a travel hub of Northern India. Narrating the city's Mughal past, Old Delhi, takes you through the labyrinthine streets passing through formidable mosques, monuments and forts. You will also discover lively and colorful bazaars that boast to cater all sorts of goods and items at mind-blowing prices amidst a barely controlled chaotic ambience. The imperial city of New Delhi displays the finely curved architecture of British Raj. It generates a mesmerizing charm reflecting well-composed and spacious streets under the shade of beautifully lined avenues of trees and tall and imposing government buildings.

Delhi offers a multitude of interesting places and attractions to the visitor, so much so that it becomes difficult to decide from where to begin exploring the city. Old Delhi hosts number of ancient Monuments of Mughal era like mosques, forts, and other monuments that depict India's Muslim history and their contribution towards the development of the city. The important places in Old Delhi includes the majestic RedFort, the historical Chandni Chowk, besides Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana, the last two being modern structures constructed after lndia's Independence in 1947. On contrary, New Delhi has been designed by Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker on modern lines.

Delhi is a spacious, open city that houses many government buildings and embassies, apart from places of historical interest. Notable attractions in New Delhi include the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the one-time imperial residence of the British viceroys; the India Gate, a memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during The Afghan war; the Laxminarayan Temple, built by the Birlas, one of India's leading industrial families; the Humayun's Tomb,said to be the precursor of the Taj at Agra; the Purana Qila, built by Humayun, with later-day modifications by Sher Shah Suri; Tughlaqabad, Delhi's most colossal and awesome fort; Qutab Minar, built by Qutub-ud-din Aibek of the Slave Dynasty and the lotus-shaped Baha'i Temple.

Rajasthan is the most colorful region in India exhibiting splendor and royalty in every walk of life. It is truly called “a land of valiance and chivalry” which is endowed with invincible forts, magnificent palaces,waves of sand dunes and serene lakes. The state represents an unusual diversity in all of its forms- its people, culture, customs,costumes, cuisine, dialects and rustic music. No other region in the country assembles as many paradoxes of India as does the desert land of Rajasthan. Unexpected forest glens, lakes and temples appear like mirages in the deserts.

Rajasthan, a land of Maharajas, palaces and preening peacocks is renowned for its monuments, art and culture that go back to several centuries. There is romance in Rajasthan’s forts and palaces and arts of gallantry retold in ballads and legends. Then there are sanctuaries sheltering rich and varied species of fauna and flora and the shimering Thar desert belt charms with a rare and amazing Sight.

Rajasthan overwhelms with color found in bustling bazaars; in wide ranging costumes of its people; in streets where elephants and camels vie with buses and cars. The irresistible gamut of art and handicraft souvenirs will bewitch you. An exciting variety of Rajasthani delicacies will pamper your palate with a never-before gastronomic delight.

Lush green and emerald valleys,alpine passes,flowery meadows,dazzling outer Himalayas, fascinating landscapes,mesmerizing country side, dotted with historic and pre-historic monuments, high altitude lakes, luxurious house-boats and-surrounded by different other towering mountain ranges with their icicle cliffs,gorges,ravines and basins down below the Valley of Kashmir is grandly imposing and beautiful as a “bride of the nature."The valley is full of fun and adventure that the modern tourist wants to indulge in. While health conscious tourist can relax and enjoy the vales splendor on the deck of a houseboat, the adventurous can venture out into the mountains not so far on trekking expeditions, trout fishing or sightseeing rounds.

A preferred spot of India's leading moviemakers, the valley has still hundreds of un-explored and virgin locations for such professionals. Nature lovers can enjoy the breathtaking view of the entire valley on the world's highest cable car trip from Gulmarg atop the Apharwat Mountain 13,718 feet above sea level while the camp lovers can take a view of the famous Thajiwas glacier or Gangabal high altitude Iake from the camp during a moonlit night appearing so serene and magical. Undoubtedly the valley is a hub of peace and plenty exhilarating and inviting.

Goa, popularly known as “The Paradise of South" is indeed an incredible destination to explore. Goa is one of lndia's most laid back, yet sophisticated and exciting destinations. From miles and miles of sunny beaches, to the splendors of its quaint cities, towns and cobbled alleyways, Goa is more than just beaches and sunshine. It's also the charm and magic of exotic resorts, a verdant green countryside, lush green forests and abundant wildlife topped with the legendary warmth and hospitality of the Goan people.And away from the beaten track , travelers discover a romantic and other-century goa in its medieval small towns, and beautiful villagers, with rich flora and fauna. There is so much to see and yet at the end of it all you feel there's too little time.A truly exhilarating out of this world experience that only Goa can provide.Whether it's fun adventure, sunshine,spirituality or just plain relaxation, you don't need to look beyond the magical land of Goa. More vacationers visit Goa every year than any other destination on the west coast of India. Why? Wonderful climate. A glorious Sunset at history richly preserved in churches, forts,traditional homes, villages and its cities. Spectacular pageantry. Colourful festivals. Warm and gracious people.As a tourist, you should know that Goa is a state of many different languages.Inhabitants hailing from a wide-range of regions, religions and ethnicities settle at Goa, bringing with them their unique cultures. The two most popular languages of this area are Konkani and Marathi. When traveling to other parts of India, you will find that the national language is Hindi, which is spoken in

Goa as well.One of the things that you may want to visit while touring Goa, is making a stop at one of the many temples that can be found in the area. The Sri Nagesh Maharudra Temple 5 faces the west where a statue ofa Nandi bull greets you at the entrance. The bull is worthy of a photo, created from beautiful black granite

At the edge of INDIA is the masterpiece, the state called Kerala. Lavished by the divine Palette, Swaying crowds of emerald palms,Galloping armies of white surf, Sprawling sands of pristine beaches, Crisscrossed by endless backwaters, Punctuated with tropical Flowers,Majestic herd of gray elephants, Dense Jungle of magic spices,flocks of waddling brown ducks, plopping silver fish, Banana Spectrums and Butterfly Rainbows.Kerala is a land of rivers and backwaters. Forty-four rivers (41 west-flowingand 3 east-flowing}criss-cross the state physique along with countless rivulets. During summer, these monsoon-fed rivers will turn into rivulets especially in the upper parts of Kerala.

Backwaters are an attractive, economically valuable feature of Kerala. These include lakes and ocean inlets which stretch irregularly along the Kerala coast. The biggest among these backwaters is the Vembanad lake, with an area of 200 sq km,which opens out into the Arabian Sea at Cochin port.The Periyar, Pamba, Manimala, Achenkovil,Meenachil and Moovattupuzha rivers drain into this lake.The other important backwaters are Veli, Kadhinam kulam, Anjengo (Anju Thengu),Edava,Nadayara, Paravoor. Ashtamudi (Quilon).

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