There are simply no words that can describe the utter diversity of India’s many contrasts – from snow-capped mountains and spice bazaars to ultra-modern cities and tranquil temples, this multidimensional nation is a place you’ll never forget. Home to more than a billion people, the subcontinent houses a mélange of ethnic groups; famous for its sacrosanct sites, cricket as well as the razzle-dazzle world of Bollywood, the country’s a juxtaposition of conventional and New Age. From well-known sites such as the Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple, the Ganges River and the Himalayas to lesser-known starlets such as the Sri Meenakshi Temple, Chowmahalla Palace and the Haji Ali Mosque, India encompasses some of the most dramatic landscapes and historical architectural gems on earth. We can’t cover all the options, but we have listed some of India’s most popular attractions in the following sections.
Attractions by Areas