India is a country of colours. Right from giving your taste buds a colourful rejoice, to its varied splashes of festivals, to its rich and diverse cultural heritage, it’s an epitome of beauty. India with 80% of the total population following Hinduism, is a country which gives pace to other beliefs with utmost dignity and respect. it is a delightful experience to visit all the four corners of the country. Jammu and Kashmir with its astonishing, chilly and breathtaking views, northeast offering its serendipity with refreshing and charismatic landscapes with deeply enchanting climate, southern India giving homage to its visitors, a soothing and fresh feeling of calmness, the western parts offering a land of rich culture and diversity.
India is not only a place that you should be a tourist of, its a place where you need to be a traveller to explore its varied destinations.
For the food fanatics, the different cuisines of the country lit up your taste buds with the exotic spices and mouth smacking flavours. Not to forget the mouth-melting deserts that the country bore’s in its different parts. If visiting Kolkata, Bengali Sandesh and Mishti Doi are the must-have desserts. The different areas offer equally varied delicacies.
For the budded agnostic present inside you, India brings you the devoted ghats of Varanasi, as well as the simple streets of Goa, which welcomes all the hippies around the globe.
India apart from food and heritage is also the home of festivals. some celebrating the season, some the harvest, whereas some just because of some religious beliefs. talking about the festivals, India also witnesses some of the most counted footfalls. viz. kumbh Mella, Ambubachi Mella, and not to forget the recent Pushkar Camel Fair.
India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most constructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only. ~ Mark Twain