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India is a vibrant land of startling contrasts where both the traditional and modern worlds meet. The world’s seventh largest nation by area and the second largest in terms of population, India boasts a rich heritage that’s the result of centuries of different cultures and religions leaving their mark. Things to do for travelers include the opportunity to experience an array of sacred sites and spiritual encounters, while nature lovers will enjoy its sun-washed beaches, lush national parks, and exciting wildlife sanctuaries.

From the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra to the holy sites of Harmandir Sahib (formerly the Golden Temple) in Amritsar and the Mecca Masjid mosque in Hyderabad, visitors to this exotic country will discover a trove of spiritual, cultural, and historical treasures.


  • The Taj Mahal in Agra
  • The Holy City of Varanasi
  • Harmandir Sahib: The Golden Temple of Amritsar
  • Kerala 
  • The Golden City in Jaisalmer
  • The Red Fort in New Delhi
  • Mumbai
  • Mecca Masjid
  • Cochin
  • Amer Fort in Jaipur
  • Beaches of Goa
  • Periyar National Park in Madurai
  • Agra Fort
  • The Ellora Caves in Aurangabad
  • Mysore Palace
  • Mahabodhi Temple in Bodhgaya
  • Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur


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Time and Weather

The climate in India fluctuates significantly. While the southern tip of India is being lashed by tropical storm downpours, the north will be covered in thick snow. Subsequently, the best ideal opportunity to venture out to India relies incredibly upon the objections to be visited and the environment experienced there.

In light of temperature and precipitation, the Indian Meteorological Service has characterized the country into a fantastic seven distinctive climatic areas. These are the Himalayas, Assam and West Bengal, the Indo-Gangetic Plain/North Indian Plain (an enormous segment of north-focal India), the Western Ghats and coast (south-western India), the Deccan Plateau (south-focal India), and the Eastern Ghats and coast. As a general rule, the north of India is cooler, the middle is sweltering and dry, and the south has heat and humidity.

The best time to visit

The best an ideal opportunity to visit India is among October and March when the climate is charming all through the entire country.

It is, nonetheless, imperative to recollect that India’s topographical variety additionally reaches out to its environment, making for an immense scope of inconsistent climate conditions. A portion of these may even happen surprisingly however overall India’s three-level environment framework is quite solid.

By and large, India is hot the majority of the year yet with critical varieties from one area to another.


The Indian landmass is home to an enormous assortment of vegetation. India has an incredibly wide assortment of untamed life creatures and birds that live in different territories of the country. From brutal Royal Bengal tigers to Asiatic Elephants, India houses this gigantic assortment of creatures in its 89 public parks, 18 Bio-Reserves, and in excess of 400 untamed life-safe-havens.

The Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas, and Indo-Burma locale are the three of the 34 most biodiversity-rich spots on the planet. As indicated by an investigation, India is one of the 17 nations that host around 60 to 70 percent of the world’s biodiversity.

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