Posts Tagged "Varanasi"

India is one beautiful country with breathtaking scenery. Many people dream to set off on a spiritual journey and to experience the true beauties of this country. The piece and Nirvana you will encounter here is a one-lifetime event that can’t be described with words. If you are determined to visit India, below you will find what suggestions we have for you.

Taj Mahal

This remarkable structure stands still for centuries now, silently calling to its visitors. One of the Seven Wonders of the modern world represents an Indian tradition and heritage. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built this mausoleum in honor of his late wife after she died giving birth to his 14th child. This structure is one of most beautiful creations in the world and represents a monument of love that time can never erase.


Varanasi represents the holiest city in entire India and millions of people come here every year to perform religious rituals and bathe in Ganges River. For tourists, this can be an interesting experience to find about different religions by seeing people entering the river at dawn and performing religious rituals. There are around 2.000 temples in Varanasi.


It is a medieval town made of sandstone and located on a top hill; this is a remote and beautiful destination. Jaisalmer is a nearly isolated resort, placed deep in the Thar Desert and is one of the best-visited location in the entire India. The whole city resembles the old sand castle. The ancient streets and alleyways are still well preserved and represent a traditional way of life. In January and February, this ancient city holds one of the biggest festivals which features camel races, folk music, and dancing.


The beautiful scenery, lagoons, and lakes of Kochi represent a true oasis of Arabian sea. This you can see unique structures and streets and 16th-century Synagogue and Portuguese cottages that are 500 years old. Here you will find the oldest European church, Santa Cruz RC Basilica. This whole area is extremely wealthy; many European and Dutch entrepreneurs have built cottages here.


At nearly2200 meters of altitude with a breathtaking view on Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling will blow your mind. Surrounded by tea plantations and gorgeous temperature around the summer, this whole area will provide you pleasurable moments, while visiting. The main attractions are scattered Buddhist monasteries and ancient relics from the Raj. If you have adventuristic spirit, from April to June, you will have the opportunity to see the third highest mountain on the Earth, Mount Kanchenjunga.


The capital of Rajasthani state, so-called Pink City, Jaipur is one of the most beautiful cities in India, with vibrant architecture. This city has one of the best-preserved observatories from the 18th century, and Jantar Mantar is one of the most famous. One of the things you must see when you visit Jaipur is City Palace Complex. The son of the latest Maharaja and members of his family still live in parts of this palace.

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