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A GUIDE TO INDIAN TRAVEL DESTINATIONS FOR BEGINNERS
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A GUIDE TO INDIAN TRAVEL DESTINATIONS FOR BEGINNERS 

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

When your gaze is drawn to this magnificent building, you will understand why it is a world wonder. If you do not visit India and view the Taj Mahal, you will be missing out. “How was the Taj Mahal?” is likely to be the first thing you’ll be asked when you return home. So, what would you say in that case?

Varanasi

Varanasi

Nobody is ever prepared for something like this. Our earthly concerns can appear insignificant here on the banks of the sacred River Ganga. Varanasi, India’s historic capital, is a spiritual experience that can transform you and force you to reconsider your life.

Bodhgaya

Bodh Gaya

Lord Buddha obtained enlightenment in the Bihar city of Bodhgaya. Who can still find the tree under which Lord Buddha got culture and a shrine dedicated to him in the Mahabodhi Temple Complex? It’s bigger than life, and it’s beyond anyone’s imagination.

Jaipur

Jaipur

Start here before diving deeper into the fascinating state of Rajasthan. The Amber Fort (seen above) and the city’s other gorgeous historic forts and palaces will fulfill your fantasies. It’s all about beauty and royalty.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

It is now if there was ever a time to use the word “exceptional.” The state is an awe-inspiring Himalayan marvel. As the photo (Spiti Valley) shows, the higher you ascend, the more adventurous the journey becomes.

Western Ghats

Western Ghats

This is a pure and gorgeous location that spans six states. The Western Ghats is a thickly forested and environmentally fragile region. Thus their beauty is unreal. A hike or simply a relaxing cottage stay can help to heal a shattered heart.

Kerala

Kerala

Your life will slow down in God’s Own Country, and nature will take control of your senses. Every experience, especially the backwater trips, is unforgettable. So make sure you don’t miss out.

Hornbill Festival

Zeliang Naga Tribesmen of Nagaland, India rehearsing their traditional dance during Hornbill Festival on 10th Dec 2014.

A vacation to India would be incomplete without a stop in the northeast. The Hornbill Festival is celebrated in Nagaland, and it celebrates life while presenting tribal culture. But keep in mind that there are six more states in the northeast, so this is just the beginning.

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is a wildlife encounter that you must have if you visit the country that inspired the Jungle Book in part. Others in the area, such as Pench, are less congested.

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, takes you on a journey to the eastern Himalayan region. It provides breathtaking views and a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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