A traveller’s guide to India, Indelible India

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A traveller’s guide to India, Indelible India

One visit is all it takes to fully understand the eclectic, elegant charm of India. With its rich culture and picturesque destinations, you will marvel at what the country offers. Soon enough, you’ll agree that, indeed, this place is worthy of the title Incredible India.

The word “breath-taking” doesn’t quite cut it in describing the beauty of the birthplace of Hinduism. The iconic Taj Mahal alone is a testament to India’s exceptional charm. This massive marble mausoleum draws millions of tourists every year. But this historic building is not the only attraction in India. As a matter of fact, India travel guides list a lot more destinations for both first-time and returning vacationers.

The Ajanta Caves, for one, are home to about 30amazing, ancient rock-cut monuments. Amritsar’s Golden Temple, or Harmandir Sahib, is also a popular attraction among travelers. There is also the large Virupaksha Temple that soars majestically to the skyline. These structures are proof of why India is incredible and memorable.

Nature lovers have a lot of places to visit in India, too. A boat trip on the Kerala backwaters is surely a fitting destination to commune with nature. Goa is also home to India’s finest and most developed beaches, where nature and fun intertwine. Last but not the least, there is the Kanha National Park, which India travel guides claim as Rudyard Kipling’s inspiration for the novel Jungle Book.

These destinations are the best reasons to travel to India. With its unique fusion of nature and culture, you will surely have nothing but awe at the beauty and charm of India.

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