Indian destinations are the internal weakness for the global tourist
India is a fascination for the tourist and the destinations of the country provide you the excellent opportunity for the exotic sightseeing and tourism. You will find the multiple attractions in the country as you move from the north to south or the east to west belts of the country. The tourist attractions in the country provide you the diversity and beauty with the difference. The destinations in the northern parts of India are intensely fascinating and once the tourist comes to this place, he thinks of coming to the region again and again. Kashmir, one of the most beautiful spots on the face of the earth generally compared with Switzerland will grab your attention. The exotic beauty of the region is indeed a fascination and celebrating honeymoon in the top spots like Ladakh, Sonmarg, Gulmarg, and Srinagar will truly show you some of the elegant designs of nature. The other belts of India are the fabulous Kullu valley, Shimla in the Himachal and these destinations will provide some of the golden moments for the tourists.
On the one hand, you have the wonder of the world Taj mahal and on the other you have the forts of Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. The overall fascination with the desert beauty s really mesmerizing and you cannot forget the golden night in the lake palace of Udaipur. Come to Varanasi and see some of the historic spiritual places. The tourist places of India are really fascinating and ever place will provide you the best of the beauty. India is a wonderful combination of the world famous fascinating spots and these include the destinations from the Ranthambore national park to the exotic temples of Tamilnadu and the splendid beaches and backwater regions of Kerala. You cannot forget to o to the religious shrine of Vaishno Devi apart from enjoying the few days on the beach resorts of Goa. The overall experience is not only fascinating but everlasting also. The trip of the golden triangle in India is one of the everlasting remembrances in the mind of the individual.
You have the opportunity to see the wonderful trips to India. On the one hand you have the mesmerizing Sundarbans national park located in west Bengal, you also have the Mahabodhi temple in the region of Bihar. You can also go the Victoria memorial located in Kolkata. The north eastern parts of the country like the Kaziranga national park and Manas tiger reserve will fascinate you. These are in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. Go to the southern belts of the country to see some of the world renowned temples. The temples of Padmanabaswamy in Thiruvananthapuram and Tirupati Balaji temple in Andrapradesh are the richest temples of the world with the present value of the combined assets exceeding 1.5 lac crore Indian rupees. If the antique value of the assets is taken into account, the value can become higher multifold. See the splendid masterpiece of temple architecture and this is the Brihdeshwarar temple. A Chola king made it and is listed in world heritage sites of UNESCO.
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