Best Tourist Attraction Places

Familiar Tourist Attraction of India

Familiar Tourist Attraction of India

India is a measureless land and there are so many Tourist Attraction places you can visit. From North to South, East to West there are several places which you can see, each more attractive than the other. Out of those thousands, here we list out the top 10 for you to see in case you are on a short trip to India. Even if you are on a long visit, these are the ones which you must not overlook out.

1. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is located in the city of Agra, one of the most powerful cities in the medieval world. Taj Mahal was constructed in excess of a period of twenty-two years, employing twenty thousand workers. It was completed at a cost of 32 Million Rupees. Taj Mahal is inspired by love and shaped to perfection; it immortalizes one man's love for his wife and the splendor of an episode.

2. Goa

Goa is situated on the western seaside of the Indian peninsula. India's most fashionable beach resort lures ardent tourists from all over the world. Goa is truly a traveller's happiness as it offers an array of visual treat in the form of its beaches, forts and churches. Goa has a fair temperature showing insignificant variations in different seasons. After the Andamans, come the Goa beaches in beauty. Be here and enjoy the best...

3. Kerala

Kerala is a land of grand natural attractiveness situated in South India. Kerala is synonmus with blue backwaters, Lush hill stations and foreign wildlife, ayurvedic health holidays and wonderful art forms. God's own country boasts of some foreign wildlife that can be witness by you. The climate is equable and varies little from season to season. Famous as Gods Own Country, Kerala has a special place...

4. Beaches

India lives in its coasts too. From Colaba to Cosava, these come power packed as a some of water games can be played in their sands. A short holiday on a beach if this is your idea for weekend, then its the best. Lying in the seaside of India are its beaches which invite people from all over the world. Most famous Beaches are Anjuna Beach, Bag Beach, Colva Beach, Removal Beach, Marinara Beach, Mahabalipuram, Varkala Beach, Calangute Beach, Andaman Islands India’s are From Andamans to Lakshadweem, from Calangute to Kollam, there is a list of them….

5. Himalayas

The hill stations at the Himalayas are gateways to bewitching attractiveness and interesting experience. The place attracts numerous tourists for various activities This majestic ground offers the highest mountain trails, roads and bridges for the adventurer; highest wildlife assets which abound with the most foreign birds, animals, flowers and herbs for the naturalist.The Highest Peaks of India, invites people to have a walk in its lands. See yourself...

6. Khajuraho Temples

The well-liked Khajuraho temple is located in Madhya Pradesh. Khajuraho is a attractive village with a old-fashioned, rural ambience and a rich cultural legacy. The architectural work is based on a theme (women), not like other temples. The complexity achieved in ornaments, hairstyles, clothes repeat the unbelievable skill of the artisans. Khajuraho is a well visited tourist center. This village houses several temples built in the Indo Aryan Angara style of architecture. Temples of Khajuraho have fascinated the attention of a visitor with their marvelous art. The Buddhist Temples have been an attraction for ages. They still have the same charm...

7. Varanasi Ghats

The city of Varanasi is located along the west bank of the Ganges in the north India state of Uttar Pradesh. Varanasi is one of the old city in the world . The river-front of the city is decorated by hundreds of well built ghats which is a unique feature. Banaras has been famous for the 'Gharanas' in the Classical Music and Singing.Varanasi is a largely vegetarian city, especially in the old city area. The city is very hospitable. The Holiest City of India has the best river banks to visit....

8. Ajanta Caves

The Ajanta Caves were exposed accidentally by a British Captain, John Smith in 1819, while on a hunting expedition. These 3rd-century caves are fine achievements by Buddhist monks and are considered the finest masterpiece of Buddhist art and architecture.The caves are cut from the volcanic lava of the Deccan and are set in beautiful blooming surroundings. The Ajanta caves are dedicated solely to Buddhism. Buddha lies here in many forms; see all of these here in this rock cut caves...

9. Ganges River

The Ganges River has been a symbol of India's age-long culture and civilization, ever changing, ever flowing, and yet ever the same Ganga. The river recognized as the Ganges is officially and commonly known by its Hindu name, Ganga is more

10. Corbett National Park

The park has all the time been well-known for its tigers that are spotted fairly often, are one of the prime attractions for the tourism. Corbett Park also has a spectacular bird diversity to offer its visitors.The park has over 600 species of birds, including the pied kingfisher, crested serpent eagle, fishing eagle and Himalayan Grey headed fishing eagle. With the Jim Corbett it was born, with him it grew, today it is known for its tigers...