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Things to do in India
Shopping in India
Shopping can be fun in India. You will find various art pieces, which have great aesthetic value and can be a great keep sake and decoration for your house. You can get pieces from Rajasthani culture, South Indian culture, and East Indian culture. Every culture further has its own diversity and thus the product range turns out to be a galaxy of diversity and craft.
Food in India
For food lovers India will be a great destination. Restaurants serve most international foods but going for a local dish will be a great experience for first timers. The diverse culture of India can be seen through the menu cards.
Adventure in India
Gifted with ice, water, forest and desert India is surely a great adventure destination. The Himalayas will be a great destination of mountaineers and adventure sports. Similarly the coast states especially Goa is a great destination for water sports. The wild life centuries in India will take you closer to the nature.
Luxury Health Care in India
Luxury health centers will be a great destination for a relaxing. These Luxury health centers offer Ayurvedic treatments along with several spa treatments. These centers offer treatment, beautification therapies and relaxation therapies.
Nightlife in India
India has a great nightlife. It also has great diversity, you can choose from a happening rock party to a soothing ghazal mehfil. There are number of pubs and lounges which can be a great chilling out hangout. Concerts are frequent events in India. You can attend a classical music program or also a dance program. It is not just classical but India has also become a popular destination for artists from west.
Sight Seeing in India
Encounter the two sides of Delhi: New Delhi is a modern city, offering Lutyens' architecture; 'Old' Delhi is several centuries old, with narrow, winding streets, ancient shrines and rambunctious bazaars. See the Red Fort, the nearby Jama Masjid (India's largest mosque) and the Qutab Minar's soaring tower.
Although much less mellow than in the heady days of the 1960s, there are still some fabulous full moon parties in places such as Anjuna. Time your visit for the spectacular Carnival for bustling fun, as crowds throng to watch the lavish floats pass by and dance to the lively music.
Hill Stations
Head for the cool Hill Stations to retreat from the heat of the plains. Some of the most renowned hill stations include Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), Darjeeling (West Bengal), Ooty (Tamil Nadu), Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu) and the incredibly beautiful Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir) with its lotus-strewn Dal Lake.
Taj Mahal and the Golden Triangle
Discover the area known as the 'Golden Triangle' with its many stunning attractions. Delhi sits at the heart of the area with Agra in the southeast with the iconic Taj Mahal. To the southwest, in Rajasthan, is Jaipur, the vibrant 'Pink City'. Visit the Amber Fort and the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds). To the southeast of the triangle lies Khajuraho with its famous erotic friezes.
Mumbai (Bombay) has Juhu and Chowpatty, while Goa offers some of the nation's most sublime beaches and resorts. Marina Beach in Chennai (Madras) is the second largest in the world. The lush state of Kerala includes the famous beach at Kovalam.
Andaman Islands
Snorkel in the Andaman Islands, in the Bay of Bengal - a lushly forested archipelago that has exotic plant life and a wide variety of corals and tropical fish.
Camel Safari
Experience India's sprawling deserts from the back of a camel. Make sure you camp overnight to experience the desert’s incredibly clear array of stars. Coincide your visit with one of the annual festivals such as Jaisalmer’s Desert Festival (January/February) and Pushkar’s fascinating Camel Fair (October).
Experience India's sprawling deserts at one of the annual festivals. Jaisalmer, in Rajasthan, holds the Desert Festival in January/February each year and Pushkar hosts the fascinating Camel Fair in October.
Hindu festivals
Take part in the Durga Puja (September/October) in Kolkata (Calcutta). One of the biggest Hindu religious festivals in India, it is full of colour and noise, held in honour of the goddess Durga. Other Hindu festivals to watch out for include Diwali, Ganesha Chaturthi and Kumbh Mela.
Holy Temples
Orissa state is famous for temples. Bhubaneswar has some particularly notable temples, including the Lingaraj Temple. Puri, a holy Hindu place of pilgrimage, stages Rath Yatra in June/July, where icons of gods are drawn on massive chariots. Konarak is known for its striking ‘Sun Temple '. Ajanta is home to some stunning Buddhist cave temples.
Wonder at Kashmir's flower-spangled meadows, icy mountain peaks and clear rivers. Jammu is the railhead for Srinagar, the ancient Mughal capital. Lake Dal has houseboats where visitors can live surrounded by scenery so beautiful it is known as 'paradise on earth'.
Cruise along the tropical backwaters of Kerala, pausing en route to visit sleepy villages and assorted touristic sites. Sample the region’s mouth-watering cuisine whilst you’re there.
National Parks
Check out the wildlife in over 93 national parks, 486 wildlife sanctuaries and 14 biosphere reserves. The Indian tiger and the Asiatic elephant are still found in certain regions. Among the best known reserves are Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Rajasthan), Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan), Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Corbett Tiger Reserve (Uttarakhand) and Sunderbans Tiger Reserve (West Bengal).
Visit the most romantic city in Rajasthan, Udaipur, built around the lovely Lake Pichola and famed for its breathtaking Lake Palace Hotel, and dubbed the ‘Venice of the East'. The rest of Rajasthan is famous for its colourful people and fairy-tale castles and forts.
River Ganga
Brave the crowds that throng the sacred River Ganges. Along its bank is the wondrous city of Varanasi, one of India's holiest Hindu locations with its ghats which, at dawn, are mobbed with pilgrims and holy men performing ritual ablutions and prayers.
Go mountaineering or trekking in the pristine landscape of Sikkim. Shimla, in Himachal Pradesh, is the base for treks into the beautiful Kullu Valley, while Kodaikanal is a popular base for treks in Tamil Nadu.
Tea plantations
Find out where your humble cuppa comes from with a tour of one of India’s tea plantations. Watch the tea pickers at work and learn how the leaves are processed. Head to Darjeeling, Assam or The Nilgris for the best brews.
Temples of Ajanta
Observe stunning rock-cut temples, such as the Buddhist cave temples at Ajanta, which date back at least 2,000 years. The caves at Ellora depict religious stories and are Hindu, Buddhist and Jain in origin.
Toy Train
Take a ‘Toy Train' to Darjeeling or Shimla or hop on board one of India’s many luxurious trains. The opulent Palace on Wheels tours the Golden Triangle while The Deccan Odyssey takes in Goa and the Keralan backwaters.
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