Most beautiful places of India

Most beautiful places of India

India is a very artistic country. There are countless things to explore in the country. From ancient temples to luxurious mansions, extremely impressive landscapes, etc. The cities here are so elegant that you will never get tired of filling their beauty in your eyes.

1. Rajasthan

What is the thing that Rajasthan does not have? Royal palaces, ancient forts, a large market of traditional goods of India, stepwells, and much more. Apart from all this, every city in Rajasthan is known for its unique name due to its peerless identity.

In Jaipur, you will see pink coloured houses, hence Jaipur is known as Pink City, and in the same way, Jodhpur’s houses are blue, so it is famous as Blue City. Pali has many textile industries, and so is famous by the name ‘The Industrial City’. Udaipur is regarded as one of the most romantic cities of India. It is very famous for its lakes. This is why it is known as the ‘City Of Lakes’. Udaipur is also called ‘Venice of the East’ and is one of India’s most romantic places.

If you are the lover of watching Bengal Tiger, then you must include Ranthambore in your next Rajasthan tour. In the Ranthambore National Park, besides Bengal Tiger, you can also get a chance to see Hayna, Panther, Crocodile and Jackle.

Apart from the pink houses, Jaipur has one more thing which you will not be able to live without seeing, and that place is no other but Jaipur’s heart Chokhi Dhani.

The Neemrana Fort in Neemrana is also a very attractive place to look at. You can also enjoy a vintage car ride here.

2. Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir is known as heaven on the Earth. Beautiful valleys, marvellous views, amazing houses wrapped in snow, cold winds, a ride on the shikara (wooden boat) towards the local market of flowers. Words haven’t yet been invented to praise the beauty of this paradise.

However, J & K is famous for its every beauty, but youth is most beloved of Leh Ladakh. They like to ride their own bike to reach their destination. By the way, it is a very tiring activity, but all your tiredness goes away when you get breathtaking views on every corner of your ride.

The tale of Ladakh’s scenery is something different. The stagnant blue water feels like someone has laid a very long blue colour cloth on the ground and there are the big bunches of cotton balls in the cloud. Zanskar Valley and Pangong Lake are worth watching in Ladakh.

3. Uttar Pradesh

Many people believe that there is a lot of trouble here related to crime. Maybe… what can we say. You will find these difficulties at every turn of the world.

Well… I don’t know about the crime but, yes if you look at Uttar Pradesh with a travel lover’s eye then you will forget all these things and will become mesmerised in their conversation.

There is so much to roam in Uttar Pradesh that you will find your long journey too short. From Agra’s heart, Taj Mahal to Mughal’s dignity, Fatehpur Sikri and the evening prayers on the banks of Ganga river in Varanasi will make you forget everything; and you will find yourself lost in the maze of those mantras.

Radha-Krishna devotees of Delhi and NCR do the end and start of their week by visiting Uttar Pradesh’s Vrindavan, Mathura and Barsana.

4. Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a very big and an extremely delightful state of India. Each of its cities has its own speciality. It is most known for its capital city Mumbai (formerly Bombay). Mumbai is the home of the Bollywood film industry, so here you can get a glimpse of the small and big screen film stars. There are so many places to see in Maharashtra that you will be tired of ticking in your wishlist.

Maharashtra is famous for:

  • The caves of Ajanta, Elephanta and Ellora
  • The nightlife of never sleeping cities
  • Beaches and Chowpatty
  • Siddhivinayak, Shani Shingnapur and Sai Baba Temples
  • Holy places like Haji Ali
  • India’s famous Jehangir Art Gallery
  • Heart of Mumbai, Taj Hotel
  • Mumbai’s local train and cloudy weather
  • Iconic monument, Gateway of India
  • Essel World
  • Aga Khan Palace

5. Punjab

Punjab is so much famous for its dance, songs, language, culture and costumes but it would not be wrong to say that it is also recognised for the house of its Sikh Gurus, Gurudwara Sri Harmandir Sahib.

Every year lakhs of Sikh followers visit this place for worship. This Golden Temple is made of 750 kg of pure gold. The original copy of the holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is here in Gurudwara Sri Harmandir Sahib.

If you are planning your trip to go to Amritsar in the coming time, then I would recommend that you prepare this journey by aeroplane because from the height of thousands of feet you will see a very incredible view of the Golden Temple. This view will be for a few seconds, but it will be worth watching.

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