The other side of India Travel Attractions!

The other side of India Travel Attractions!

The other side of India Travel Attractions!

The South Asian country is home to over one billion people and is considered a lively and colorful, which is also reflected in the world-famous “Bollywood” movies. A must is a visit to the Taj Mahal and the pulsating cities with its many sights. However, beach and nature fans will get their money’s worth in India. And who wants to see more of the country at a leisurely pace, which should climb one of the impressive luxury trains.

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Traditions, culture, festivals and architecture

Many impressed the diversity of the Indian subcontinent. There really is something for everyone. From paradisiacal sandy beaches, magnificent palaces, adventurous treks, bustling cities, beautiful landscapes, to fragrant spice bazaars colorful and countless festivals. India offers enough attractions for more leisure travel.

Discover and experience an outlandish culture that has already been applied to millions of tourists, individualists and adventure seekers an irresistible fascination. Lately the country has passed through the multitude of Bollywood films in theaters and living rooms. Who does not know that moving music, the colorful saris and the unique dance routines…

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Chand Baori – Village Abhaneri – District Dausa – Rajasthan – India

Simply unique, these 13 stories deep Step Well. The walls have 3,500 narrow steps, ranging from about 100 meters in depth. Downstairs is a pool with emerald waters. Thus, he is one of the deepest and largest Stepwell in India.

The fountain was built between 800 and 900 uZvon King Chanda.

Location: Near the village of Abhaneri in Dausa district of Rajasthan state. On the road Jaipur-Agra road north of the city Bamanpura.

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Beautiful beaches in Goa

Whoever hears the word Goa, automatically thinks of endless white palm beaches, great parties, colorful bazaars or picturesque whitewashed fishing villages. By year-round warm summer temperatures and the many stunning beaches in the smallest state of India, Goa is one of the most popular destinations for beach lovers in India. The coast of Goa is about 100 km long and each stretch of beach has its own name.

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Taj Mahal – and what you can see  and experience in Agra, Uttar Pradesh

This magnificent tomb of marble was the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1631 in order. He thus has his deceased at the birth of 14th child main wife Mumtaz Mahal created a worthy memorial. The palatial tomb of red sandstone and marble is decorated with precious stones and semi-precious stones. In addition, it is located in a beautiful, 18-hectare garden.

After his death in 1666 the Maharaja Shah Jahan was buried next to his beloved wife.

India Agra Taj Mahal Moschee 1983 was named the Taj Mahal from the UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern Times.

Backwaters in Kerala

The ideal way to discover this paradise of waterways is a traditional houseboat. The backwaters comprise about 1,500 kilometers partly natural, partly artificial channels where grow palm trees, 29 large lakes and lagoons and 44 rivers. Several hours of boat trips are offered by the cities of Kollam, Alappuzha and Kottayam.

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