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Top 7 Incredible Places to Visit in India

November 9, 2016 Nency Willims 0Comment

India is an amalgamation of infinite cultures and traditions. One of the oldest civilizations of the world, India is rich in culture and history and is champion of a non materialistic view of life. In fact, many of the prominent world religions can find their routes in India like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and so on.

Here are a few must visit destinations for an amazing and offbeat adventure in India.

Taj Mahal

taj mahalLocated in Agra, the Mahal has been forever hailed as a symbol of love and commitment. Built in 1632, Shah Jahan dedicated this Mehal for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. The two still lie besides each other in their tomb. Thousands of couples flock every year to this majestic Mahal that is the epitome of love. The marble palace is also a symbol of Affluence that once was like wind in India.

 

Delhi

India GateCapital of India, New Delhi is a cosmopolitan city. It is also a one stop destination to experience the wide cultures of India. Delhi can be seen as the miniature of India as most people from diverse backgrounds move to Delhi in search of Better opportunities. Make sure to visit Chandni Chowk market. Here you would be able to enjoy authentic indian food as well as shop a little for garments and other work of arts produced by Indian artists. Red Fort is a classic of Mughal architecture and also the palace in which emperor of India used to reside.

Ladakh

ladakhAmidst the valley of Jammu and Kashmir lies one of the best tourist destinations, Ladakh. Acclaimed for the hilly and mountainous regions, the place is far away from urban setting. This makes it one of the best destinations that enable you to enjoy the sheer beauty provided by Mother Nature. Chadar Trek is a thick sheet of ice on the river Zanskar. The sinister path has led many to stay away from the place but in recent years it has been considered safe for trekking. Spectacular himalayan ranges can be seen during the daytime from this trek. Khardungla Pass is the highest motorable pass, at least on our planet; no one knows how advanced those aliens are going to be.

Karela

kerelaThe Alleppey backwaters and gardens of Kerala are acclaimed throughout India. This is the place for a romantic boat ride with your partner. The waters are nested between the lush green forests of Kerala. Elephants, though colossal in size, are quite amiable. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is the epitome of spirituality that is the air that people breathe in India. It does not take long to experience the power of belief in the ambience of this exotic temple. Other places of Interest:

  • Wayanad: The Green Paradise
  • Kumarakom: The tourist Paradise
  • Kochi: it’s located on the coast of The Arabian Sea

Kasol

kasolA paradise on earth, Kasol is far away from the humdrum urban life. In fact, many people visit Kasol in order to rediscover themselves. Stroll aside Parvati River that offers picturesque landscapes. Manala is a sure place to visit, especially for cannabis lovers. The people on Manala see themselves as descendants of Aryans. Rumors are that even europeans used to cherish the high quality Malana cream. In fact, you will be able to spot a lot of tourists who have come just for recreational purposes.

Bhangarh Fort

bhangarh fortA sadistic obsessive lover and a beautiful princess are the perfect ingredients for a horror story. A rishi who fell in love with a princess that declined his marriage proposal went rouge and developed a potion to make her fall in love with him. Baba Balak Nath, once saw princess Ratnawati buying a scent that he immediately replaced with the potion that he had developed. The princess became aware of this and blew the potion on a boulder. Before being crushed by the boulder, the rishi cursed the people of Bhangar. Next thing you know, the Mughals invaded the city killing more than 10,000 people including the princess at one go.

It is said that the ghosts of the city come to life at night and kill anyone they find roaming around the ruins of the fort.

To witness something entirely different, Assam is the place for you to be at. The rhinos at Kaziranga National Park are just delightful…from a distance.) Assam is famous for producing the highest quality of tea in the entire world. Paranormal Enthusiasts can take a walk on the streets of Mayong. Acclaimed as the world capital of Black Magic, Mayong can provide you with some scenes that will make your blood run cold.

India will indeed provide you with some aberrant year great experiences that are unheard of in the west. India has always been misunderstood as an exotic place drenched in spirituality. There is much more in India for a person to explore. So pack your bags and head over to India.

Nency Willims

Nency Willims

Content Writer at FareMachine LLC
I’m Nency Willims, a New York based travel writer by profession and lover of world cultures, languages, souls, food, oceans, wild spaces and urban places by nature.
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