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North India

Himalayan range

India is a land of contradictions put together beautifully. From its rugged mountainous terrains with Himalayas to the enchanting sand dunes of Thar Desert, from traditional Ayurveda at Kerala to uninhibited party culture at Goa, the choices are limitless.

North India is strategically the most important region of India. The three main religions- Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism dominate the religious circle while countless communities thrive with their own unique culture. North India also boasts of several important rivers such as Ganga, Yamuna and Brahmputra. The alluring Himalayan range is also a part of the North India.


Here are some of the landmarks that attract just about every tourist to North India, foreigner or local:


Delhi
The glorious Capital of India has some exceptional monuments to its credit like Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, and Humayun’s Tomb among others. Bound by a rich cultural heritage, the city offers a mix of eclectic hybrid culture, fusion of old and contemporary and a delectable cuisine culture.


Thar Desert

Rajasthan
This is the most exotic and rich part of Northern India. Known as one of the most colourful states in India, it is known for its splendid forts, huge havelis, grand palaces and historical monuments. Other main attractions for tourists include rich wildlife, camel safari in Thar Desert, and an exciting affair of fairs and festivals to look out for.

Uttar Pradesh
The most populated state in the country, this has been blessed with an ethnic heritage so rich; it gets difficult to classify it strictly in terms of categories. The state has the eternally beautiful Taj Mahal, City of moksha, Varanasi, the pilgrim site for Buddhists, Sarnath as well as the abode of Lord Krishna, Mathura. It is also correlated with the River Ganga.

Jammu and Kashmir
One of the most fascinating states in North India, the place is aptly called as ‘Heaven on Earth’. The beautiful valleys against the backdrop of snow capped mountains present a breathtaking view for the tourists. Visit the gardens of Kashmir or simply enjoy the Shikara ride in Dal Lake. Ladakh is also a hugely popular destination to visit.


Taj Mahal

Other worth visiting places in North India includes Punjab, Varanasi, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Haryana.

Northern India has its own importance when it comes to tourism. Various colorful fairs and festivals are celebrated that define the multi-culture aspect of North India. Pack your bags and head off for an amazing North India tour!



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