Some Tourist Places in India

       Some Tourist Places in India 
India is the most beautiful country in the world. While nature has decorated India with unique and rich beauty on the one hand, on the other hand it has also shed the Ganges of Spirituality. In India, there is the Himalayas on one side, the sea on three sides, the deep desert on one side and the terrible forest on the other. Apart from all this,push green meadows and on the other side there is huge rocky ground. Should say that everything is there in India.
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Information about some major sightseeing places of India:-

Arunachal: Traveling to Arunachal in the Northeast will be very beautiful, full of adventure and wonderful experiences. It is wonderful to visit Assam, Sikkim, Arunachal, Nagaland, Tripura, Meghalaya and Manipur. These northeastern states of India boasts of natural beauty in themselves. The high mountains here are worth seeing. If you want to see the beauty of the mountains, then you must definitely visit the northeastern states.
These states of the Northeast offer a different view of weather, mood and culture. Do visit this lush and beautiful Northeast of 7 states. The best thing for tourism in the North-Eastern states is that once on a tour, one can take a tour of the entire Northeast.
In Assam, you can enjoy tea gardens, flowers, flora, rare rhinos and the festivals celebrated here. There is a lot to see in Assam. You will have a wonderful experience by walking in Kanjiranga National Park in Assam. Apart from this, one of the scenic spots of Assam is the temple of Kamakhya Devi situated on the Nilanchal mountain and the ancient Umananda Shiva temple situated on the Peacock island of the Brahmaputra river.
Waterfalls falling from the high peaks of Arunachal are the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Seeing the peaks of Gorichan and Kongtou in particular gives an amazing experience and feeling. The mighty Sarpi hill can prove to be an ideal place for adventure tourism enthusiasts in the river Kameng.
Arunachal

Delhi:-
The capital of India, Dilwalas, is famous as Delhi. The city is famous throughout the country for its existing historical buildings, temples, markets etc. A person coming from anywhere comes to Delhi and this is the reason that they find the atmosphere here friendly. If you want to spend a few moments of peace, then the Lotus Temple will be the best choice for you. If you like noise, go to Chandni Chowk. Red Fort, India Gate, Akshardham Temple, Jama Masjid, Sarojini Nagar Market etc. make your trip memorable by visiting many places.
Delhi

Haridwar:-
Haridwar is one of the seven holiest sites in India located in Uttarakhand. It is a very ancient city and is located in northern India. Haridwar is also the gateway to the four holy Chardham Yatra of Uttarakhand. It is also the land of Lord Shiva and the land of Lord Vishnu. It is also known as the land of power.
Haridwar is a holy city in Haridwar district of Uttarakhand and is a major pilgrimage center for Hindus.Haridwar is one of the seven sacred sites of the Hindus. Traveling 253 km from its source Gomukh (Gangotri glacier), situated at an altitude of 3139 meters, the Ganges river enters the plains at Haridwar, hence Haridwar is also known as 'Gangadwar'; Which means the place where Gangaji enters the plains. Haridwar means "Gate of Hari (God)".

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Varanasi is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world and the oldest inhabited city in India. Is a famous city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is also called 'Banaras' and 'Kashi'. Considered to be one of the most sacred cities in Hinduism and is known as the Non-Free Zone.
The city is the oldest and continuously growing city in the world. This city is called the city of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is the main deity of Hindus who is considered a symbol of creation and destruction. Varanasi is one of the holiest cities in Hinduism. There is a great belief in Hinduism about this city that if a person comes here and dies or has his last rites in Kashi, then he attains Moksha i.e. that person gets rid of the cycle of birth and death. Therefore, this place is also known as Mukti Sthal.
People have unwavering belief about Varanasi that if one dips in the holy river Ganges flowing here, all sins are washed away. For many tourists, a dip in the Ganges at sunrise and sunset is a unique and memorable experience. Aarti (prayer) is organized every evening at the main ghats of Varanasi.
Varanasi

Jammu
Jammu, the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir, is a center of attraction for domestic and foreign tourists due to its specialties. This region is also a beautiful tourist destination, having a confluence of many castes, cultures and languages. It is the main gateway to the state of Jammu and Kashmir located on the beautiful banks of the Tavi River. Also, lakhs of pilgrims come here every year to visit Vaishnodevi. Due to the countless temples located here, it is also called the city of temples.

KHAJURAHO

Khajuraho is a town in the Indian state of Madhyam Pradesh, located in Chhatarpur District. One of the most popular tourist destinations in India,about 175 kilometres southeast of Jhansi. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temples are famous for their nagara-style architectural symbolism and their erotic sculptures.Most Khajuraho temples were built between 950 AD and 1050 AD by the chandela dynasty.Historical records note that the Khajuraho temple site had 85 temples by the 12th century, spread over 20 square kilometers. Of these, only about 25 temples have survived, spread over six square kilometers.The Khajuraho group of temples were built together but were dedicated to two religion's Hinduism and Jainism.
The famous Khajuraho temples of Madhya Pradesh have been hogging the limelight every now and then for various reasons. And the most popular psyche is that many find the carvings on the Khajuraho temples as offensive pornographic scenes.
As per the legends, Hemvati was a beautiful woman, after whom the Khajuraho temples were built. Interestingly these sculptures have many theories to their existence and are based on the Hindu iconography and are a part of the core belief system which hinge around the four tenets of Hinduism: karma, dharma, kama, and moksha.
The temples follow the design sensibilities of the Nagara-style architecture and are made out of sandstone and granite. Barring the temple of Chaturbhuja all temples are sun-facing, a common aesthetic found in Hindu temples. The deities of male and female deities exhibit a co-dependence of the male and female power. The temples run on the basic mandala design comprising a square and circles. The entire precinct is divided into three zones combining to form a pentagon. The three zones house the following temples.
As per the legends, the temples had, as their gate, two golden date-palm trees. And this is how Khajuraho was derived from the word ‘khajur’, which means date palm.

PRAYAGRAJ OR ALLAHABAD
Allahabad is one of the largest cities of the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in India.
The present city of Prayagraj was founded in 1583 by the Mughal emperor Akbar, who named it Allahabad It became a provincial capital during the Mughal Empire, and from 1599 to 1604 it was the headquarters of the rebellious prince Salim.Prayagraj, also called Prayag, formerly Allahabad ,city, southern Uttar Pradesh state, northern India. It is situated at the confluence of the Ganga and Jumna rivers.
This position is of importance in Hindu scriptures for it is situated at the confluence, known as Trivani Sangam, of the holy rivers. As per Rigveda the Saraswati River (now dried up) was part of the three river confluence in ancient times. It is one of four sites of the Kumbh mela, an important mass Hindu pilgrims.The bathing at Prayag is mentioned in Brahma Puran – in the month of Magha at the bank of Ganga Yamuna in Prayag bestows results of millions and millions of Ashvmedha Yajna.
Prayagraj has long been primarily an administrative and educational centre.
 It has a modest industrial base and is a marketplace for agricultural products. Tourism has grown in importance in the region, visitors being drawn to the many historic and religious sites located within and near the city. The administrative and professional sector and a military cantonment (base) are located north of the city proper. Prayagraj is a major road and rail hub and is served by a nearby airport. The University of Allahabad (1887) has a number of affiliated colleges, and there is an aviation training centre. The city has several museums. Prayagraj has a Government House dating from the British period, Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals, and the Great Mosque.
Allahabad

Mathura
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Mathura is a major city of Uttar Pradesh. Mathura is founded by the Kanishka dynasty. Today it is famous as a religious place. Mathura is the center of Indian culture and civilization. Name of Mahakavi Surdas, Swami Haridas, Swami Virjanand, Kavi Rasakhan.                               
Mathura is known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna. According to the legend, Mathura is known by many names such as: Shursen Nagri, Madhupuri, Madhunagari, Madhura etc.
Mathura is called Madhupur or Madhudanav Nagar in Valmiki Ramayana.It was the capital of Lavanasura.In this way this city is said to have been inhabited by Madhudatya. Lavanasura, who was killed by Shatrughna in battle, was the son of Amadhudanava. This suggests that Mathura was inhabited during the Ramayana period. During the Ramayana period, Shatrughan has been described as the king of Mathura and the happiness and prosperity of this city has also been described.

Srinagar:-
Srinagar is a very well recognized tourist destination situated on the route of river Jhelum. It would not be wrong to call it the heart of the Kashmir Valley. Srinagar is known as 'heaven on earth'. Known for its natural parks, beautiful lakes and regional handicrafts, Srinagar is the place where the traces of the Mughal and British periods are still embedded in their architectural wonders. The city is also commonly known as the 'Summer Capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir'.
Shalimar Bagh, Mughal Gardens, Hari Parbat, Chashma Sahi Gardens and Salim Ali National Park along with Nagin Lake and Nishat Bagh are major tourist destinations for tourists. Srinagar has various shrines which are quite popular among both locals and tourists. Prominent among them are Shankaracharya Temple, Hazratbal Tirtha, Hari Parbat, Jama Masjid and Kheer Bhawani Temple. Apart from these attractions in Srinagar, tourists can also enjoy shopping at the floating market at Lal Chowk, Residency Road, Badshah Chowk and Dal Lake. Each season has its own charm at this scenic destination of Kashmir Valley. With snow-capped peaks and heavy snowfall in the background, Srinagar looks amazing during the white glow of winter. The winter season is ideal for those who want to enjoy the breeze in the cold. During summer, tourists can enjoy many activities like Shikara riding and horse riding. In this article today, we will give you information about the tourist places of Srinagar. There are not one or two, but many places that tourists visiting here must see.

Darjeeling:
Popularly known as 'Queen of Hills', Darjeeling has always been a great honeymoon destination. Once a part of Sikkim, the biggest feature of this hill station is its tea gardens. Green tea fields spread far and wide as if a green sheet is lying on the earth. Darjeeling was once famous for its spices but now it is known globally for tea. Each tea garden located here has its own history and its own specialty.Tea is exported all over the world from the beautiful and lush tea gardens here, but the beauty of this magnificent hill station in West Bengal is not just its tea gardens but its attractions are also very attractive. Beautiful mountains covered with snow, deodar forests, natural beauty, gurgling waterfalls captivate everyone. It is because of its beauty that it has been called 'Queen of the mountains' and it is counted among the famous and beautiful hill stations around the world.
The journey to Darjeeling begins with the famous toy train, which passes through the hills and beautiful plains. During its visit, the beautiful views of the confluence of tea plantations, cedar forests, Teesta and Rangit rivers fascinate the tourists. The train rotates circularly while passing through the Bathsia Loop and passengers can see hills in a 180 degree extension.
On one side of Darjeeling is the famous Tiger Hill, which is located about 13 kilometers from the city. From here, the amazing view of the sunrise looks very beautiful. This is the reason that tourists from all over the country and abroad congregate here every day to see the sunrise view behind the hills of Kanchenjunga. Not only this, Mount Everest is also the world's highest peak, when the weather is clear.
Darjeeling also houses the Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park, where many rare species of animals, animals and birds including red panda and black bear can be seen. Tourists can also enjoy seeing Siberian tigers and Tibetan wolves here. Darjeeling also has the colorful Valley Passenger Ropeway, the country's first passenger ropeway.

Kanyakumari: -
Kanyakumari is a city located in the far south of Tamil Nadu state which is very popular for tourism. There are many places to visit in Kanyakumari, Kanyakumari, situated at the southernmost tip of India, is included in the attractive place of India. It is the confluence of the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, whose captivating charm draws tourists here. Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip of India, has been a symbol of art, culture and civilization for centuries. It also has its own significance as a tourist destination of India.
The view of Kanyakumari's sunrise and sunset amidst the vast waves of the far-reaching sea is very attractive. The colorful sands spread over the sea beach make it very breathtaking in its beauty.
Kanyakumari beach is also a religious place to take a walk, which is located at the southernmost tip of peninsular India. The view of sun rise and sun set on Kanyakumari beach is amazing. To see this, especially on Chaitra Purnima (full moon of April), a huge crowd of people are attracted. Kanyakumari Beach is a rocky beach and this sea receives the water of three seas Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean. This beach is famous for colorful and soft sand.

Kerala:-
The province of Kerala is very popular with tourists, hence it is called 'God's Own Country' meaning 'God's own house'. There are many types of sightseeing places, the main ones being - mountainous terrain, seaside area, Aranya region, pilgrimage center etc. Innumerable tourists come to visit these places from abroad. Mountain areas like Moonnar, Nellianpati, Ponmuti etc., Kovalam, Varkala, Cherai etc. beaches, Periyar, Ervikulam etc. Wildlife center, Kollam, Alappusha, Kottayam, Ernakulam etc. Backwaters region etc. are special attractions for tourists. Indian system of medicine - Ayurveda also has an important contribution in the field of tourism.
Kerala

Udaipur:-
Udaipur means city of lakes. This city of Rajasthan is also known as "Venice of the East". It is surrounded by beautiful Aravalli hills, which makes it a beautiful and beautiful tourist destination. Udaipur is a delightful place for the romance-filled people at heart and the best place to holiday in Rajasthan. Equipped with beautiful palaces and magnificent lakes, this popular tourist destination has a lot to offer for honeymoon couples and history lovers. The city is the second largest man-made freshwater lake and one of the most exotic boutique hotels in India. If you want to go for a honeymoon, go to a family vacation, or go for a walk with friends, then you should definitely visit Udaipur.
Because the charming Udaipur attracts the attention of tourists with its huge lakes, awe-inspiring palaces and quite fragrant food. Apart from lakes, palaces and heritage hotels, Udaipur is home to many popular Hindu temples, so one can also plan a pilgrimage to this tourist destination in Rajasthan. Shilpagram Festival and Mewar Festival are one of the cultural festivals of Udaipur.


Goa:-
Goa is one of the most famous tourist and sightseeing destinations in India. If you are planning to spend a vacation in Goa, then know about the top tourist places and places to visit in Goa. There are many famous places in Goa where you can enjoy with your girlfriend or boyfriend. Tito is famous for beach parties and drinks. Trance and house music provide a lively atmosphere on Anjuna beach and being a number of other maritime beaches, Goa has become a hot destination for holiday enjoyment.
Goa is ranked 6th among the top 10 nightlife cities in the world in National Geographic Travel.
Everybody likes to go to the city of Goa, known as Las Vegas, especially the youth of India. By the way, you will get to see a better beach in Goa in South India, but if you are in the mood to have some fun and for some time away from family to celebrate with your friends or boyfriend, then Goa for Fun & Parties There can be no better place than.

Andaman and Nicobar:-
Andaman and Nicobar Islands are affectionately called the "Emerald Islands" (islands such as emeralds). Its specialty is its unique beauty and astonishing flora and fauna. In this way the state tourism of Andaman and Nicobar Islands has been enriched and it has expanded its network. The fact is that there are many attractive places, sun-kissed beaches, exotic picnic spots and many other surprises, which are taking the tourism of the state to a new level.
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar Islands strengthen the tourism of the state. Beautiful islands include Jolly Boy, Havelock, Clink, Chantham, Viper, Rose, Baren and Red Skin. Where there are ancient prisons, an active volcano, medieval saw mill, multicolored coral and many other tourist places.
The beaches here have become enchanting due to its ancient expanses and golden sands. This beach has the power to free your mind from all tribulations and freshen the soul. The most prominent among them are Radhanagar, Karamatang, Ramnagar, Harminder Bay and Karbinj Cove Tourism Complex.
There are picnic spots such as Chidiya Tapu, Mount Harriot and Corbin's Cove Tourism Complex, which provide an enjoyable place to relax. Give you happy and fun moments of your life.
Museums and monuments also contribute to the tourism of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Renowned museums include Forest Museum, Naval Maritime Museum Samudrika, National Museum and Anthropological Museum. On the other hand, hundreds of tourists also visit the Cellular Jail and see the hanging planks of Viper Island.
Madhuban and Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Parks in Port Blair and Car Nicobar and Katchal in Nicobar extend tourism to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
The accommodation facilities are also excellent. You will find many well-known, star and deluxe hotels in both these islands. There are many government lodges and resorts, which aim to make your trip memorable.
The variations of water sports are really enticing and you will definitely want to try them out.

Gaya:-
Gaya and Bodhgaya: Jain, Buddhist and Hindu people of all three religions unite in Bodhgaya, the famous tourist destination and religious place of Gaya district of Bihar. There is Rajgir in Bihar itself.
On the banks of Gaya, where another Hindus gather to offer pinddaan to their ancestors, at a place a few kilometers away, Lord Buddha attained enlightenment which is today called 'Bodhgaya'. The Mahabodhi temple here is world famous. Apart from various states of the country, Tibet, Nepal, China, Japan, Myanmar, Canada, America and more than 2 lakh Buddhists from many countries are present in this city of knowledge to make sacrifices in the Kalachakra Puja.
Gaya or Bodhgaya place was chosen because it has historical significance along with being the oldest city in the country. All the important areas around it are worth visiting. The seeds of ancient India were sown here. Rajgir and Gaya are places which are important for many things. Apart from scenic and spiritual significance, this place is covered with natural shade.

Rajasthan:-
Welcome to Rajasthan - a land of shining silver, golden sand, multicolored clothes, warm songs, vivacious dances, ancient folk traditions and rich handicrafts. Rajasthan is recognized for the warm and simplistic lifestyle and historical battles of its original inhabitants.
This state has witnessed many amazing events. A tour of this state will take you to the heart of dry, yet beautiful desert cities like Jaisalmer and Barmer, Udaipur and Chittorgarh to Rajput splendor and intelligence. This area is a real paradise for tourists. There are some of the most amazing havelis and palaces here, as well as astonishing wildlife sanctuaries, religious and curious monuments. There are many legends associated with this land. There are many stories of valor and dedication. Rajasthan is probably the most attracting state in India.
Rajasthan is also called the 'earth of colors'. It is located in the northwestern part of India. Rajasthan is the largest state in India in terms of area. Rajasthan is spread over 1,32,140 square miles in the Thar Desert region. The oldest mountain range in India is surrounded by 'Aravalli'.

Kutch:-
The Rann of Kutch is a deserted site of a salty marsh spread north and east of the Kutch district in Gujarat. Originally an extension of the Arabian Sea, the Rann of Kutch has become a closed area due to the depression that has accumulated over the centuries. The Rann of Kutch is a narrow part of the sea which has probably risen above its original surface due to earthquake and as a result has been separated from the sea.There are many places to see in Kutch in which the white Rann of Kutch is attracting tourists these days. Apart from this Mandvi beach is also a beautiful attraction. Bhuj is the capital of Kutch with the main attraction of the Maharaja of Kutch being Aina Mahal, Prag Mahal, Sharad Bagh Palace and Hamirsar Talav Bhuj and Vijay Vilas Palace in Mandvi which is situated on the beach which is worth visiting. The Bhadreshwar Jain Tirtha and the temple of Mahadev at Koteshwar and Narayan Sarovar, one of the holy ponds, are also worth visiting.

Bhubaneswar: -
Historically and spiritually, Bhubaneswar is a famous tourist destination as well as the capital of the state of Orissa. The sights of Bhubaneshwar are famous all over the world. This city is also called the city of temples. It is said that at one time there used to be 1000 temples here. The temples of Bhubaneswar have been famous since ancient times.
Presently, the 11th century Lingaraja temple in the temples of Bhubaneswar is famous all over the world. Magnificent specimens of the architecture of Orissa can be seen in this temple. In fact, the unique beauty of Orissa is not only in the tradition of here, but also in the natural scenery of this place.

Omkareshwar:-
ॐkareshwar is a Hindu temple. It is located in the Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated on an island called Mandhata or Shivpuri, among the Narmada River. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, centuries before the Bhil tribe established people settlements at this place and now this place is famous with its grandeur and history . It is located approximately (14 km) away from the village of Mortakka. This island is built in the shape of Hindu sacred symbol ॐ. Two temples are located here .
ॐKareshwar is built automatically by the Narmada River. This river is one of the holiest rivers in India and now the world's largest dam project is being constructed on it.
The word Omkar, which was first spoken by the creator of the creator, is not recited without reciting it. The physical Deity of this Omkar is the Omkar region. It has 68 pilgrimages. There are 33 Koti Devatas residing here with family and there are 108 impressive Shivalingas with 2 Jyotirupas Lingas. Of the 12 famous Jyotirlingas of the country, 2 Jyotirlingas are sitting in Madhya Pradesh. One resides in Ujjain as Mahakal and the other as Omkareshwar-Mamaleshwar in Omkareshwar.


Himachal Pradesh:-
Himachal Pradesh is the most preferred mountainous region of North India, which is famous for a lot of beautiful places. Beautiful views from the mountains, how much they attract? Zee wants to dissolve in this world. Exactly such views will make you visit the wonderful world like heaven, you will see them all here. A peace-loving journey that will make your mind free from everyday worries. The glimpse of Tibetan culture here will also fascinate you. By visiting the monasteries, you will be able to take your spirituality to the extreme. By trekking, skiing, mountaineering, etc., you will also be successful in making your journey exciting.
Nestled in the lap of the Western Himalayas, this state is surrounded by mountains and rivers. This state is the origin of major rivers like Ravi, Chenab, Beas, Yamuna and Satluj. This area, full of natural beauty, is a great choice for a holiday.
Himachal Pradesh

Uttarakhand:-
Uttarakhand is a beautiful state of India and its capital is Dehradun. Uttarakhand is also famous as Dev Bhoomi or Land of Gods. Uttarakhand has been carved out of the state of Uttar Pradesh to form a separate state, which was earlier also known as Uttaranchal. Uttarakhand is a place that not only boasts of the beauty of the Himalayas but also reveals a cultural civilization and ethos. Tourists can enjoy the beautiful experience of climbing the steep hills, slopes here along with oak, birch, silver fair and rhododendron in the state.From this state, the rivers Ganga and Yamuna are the origin of two of the most sacred and sacred rivers in Hinduism. Uttarakhand is a pilgrimage center for pilgrims and according to Hinduism, the four most sacred places of pilgrimage - Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri and Badrinath are inhabited by the state of Uttarakhand.There are many hill stations in the state of Uttarakhand. Such as Almora, Kausani, Bhimtal, Mussoorie, Nainital, Dhanaulti, Lansdowne, Sutle and Ranikhet. Which attracts tourists towards them. Due to the cool summer and other activities, the importance of these hill stations increases. Tourists come here in large numbers to spend the summer season and holidays.
Uttarakhand


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