A chance to see the exquisite Taj Mahal, one of the best creations of mankind, is more than enough to draw millions of tourists to Agra, a beautiful city known for its Mughal-era architecture.
Holi, the Festival of Colors, is held in many parts of India in the month of March to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. Festivities usually begin the night before Holi with a bonfire. People gather around the fire and celebrate Prahlad’s victory over Holika, a demon who was burnt alive despite being immune to fire.
If you’re trying to explore the very best of old-world Europe without ever leaving the Indian subcontinent, all you have to do is visit Himachal Pradesh, the nature and adventure capital of India. Famous for its stunning river valleys, majestic peaks and breathtaking natural beauty, Himachal Pradesh has begun to attract tourists from all parts of the world with its rafting, skiing, paragliding and trekking adventures as well as its untouched serene beauty and remote locations.
Tourism has been growing at a considerable rate in India, and the exchange rate doesn’t hurt either. The cost factor aside, what makes India so incredibly unique is its blend of daunting, eye-opening, stimulating, shocking, moving and beautiful sights.