In the southern tip of India, you’ll find the city of Mysore. Once the capital of the Wodeyar dynasty, Mysore is best known for housing the magnificent Mysore Palace.
In the northern province of Punjab is Amritsar, a holy city and a mecca for the Sikh religion. The main attraction in Amritsar is the Golden Temple, also known as the Harmandir Sahib.
In northernmost India, in the heavily disputed Kashmir region, is the mountainous destination of Ladakh. It has a low population density and a number of nomadic residents.
On the western coast of India is Goa, a former colony of Portugal that blends Indian culture with colonial influences and plenty of international tourism. Goa is largely known for beaches.
Delhi Gate of Naman is the southern gate in the historic walled city of Delhi, or Shahjahanabad in 1638 AD. The gate links the New Delhi city with the old walled city of Delhi.
In the state of Maharashtra, there are enormous complex of shrines carved from the rocky landscape.They are from three distinct religions: Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism.
Varanasi is regarded as a sacred city among Hindus, Jains and Buddhists because it is believed that dying here releases a person’s soul from the cycle of reincarnation.
Kerala is a place of tropical beauty. The hub of Kerala is the city of Kochi, where you can see the local fishing industry thriving along with modern high-rises and colonial architecture.
Agra is one of the most-visited cities in all of India. Once the capital of the Mughal Empire, Agra is now home to the iconic structure known as the Taj Mahal.
It is home to an array of incredible architecture, including three forts, many temples and the extraordinary City Palace. Most worth visiting is Jodhpur, the so-called Blue City.