Blog on India ! 100's of tourism attractions in India described. Tons of photographs and maps. Travel directions. Off the beaten tracks. History, Heritage , Nature , Wildlife and much more.....
Delhi, located in the heart of India is the capital of the country. In some way this sprawling city represents the whole complexity and paradoxes of Indian a concise area.
Traditionally Bengaluru ( Bangalore) was known for its wide shady avenues , relaxed lifestyle and cooler climate.
Taj, while unparalleled for its beauty and fanfare, overshadows this otherwise majestic and historically far more important attraction, located just a mile east of the Taj.
Kerala is distinctively unique compared to its larger neighboring states.
Pattadakal (Pattadakallu in local language ) in the Indian state of Karnataka is renowned for the group of the 8th century CE monuments. Pattadakal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Maharashtra has the largest number of World Heritage Sites in India. From the lofty heights of the Rajabai Towers in Mumbai one can overlook the city of Mumbai bustling with pace.
And finally when you make it to Coorg, you find everything changed in one stroke. The air is cold and misty. The smell is predominantly of coffee, but still with a hint of dried ginger, cardamom and orange in that order.
Madurai is a prominent pilgrimage center, situated 498 Kms (308 miles) south-west of Chennai (formerly Madras), the capital of Tamilnadu State.
Thanks to its many hundreds of years of history & heritage the state's tourist map includes old capitals, forts, palaces, monuments and more. Also Karnataka is home to many wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls and mountains.
Kerala is often described as the God’s Own Country. Wayanad must be its capital!
From a tourism perspective, the beaches of Varkala stand first.
During the days of Akbar, the most prominent of the Mughal emperors, Fatehpur Sikri was the capital of Mughal India. However after his death the city had been abandoned. Fatehpur Sikri carries that eerie look even today!