India - a country in South Asia. Beautiful places in India: Taj Mahal (mausoleum), Амритсар (lake of nectar of immortality), Deli (city ​​of mosques), Riviera Goa, Pink City Jaipur (the oldest temples and fortresses), Kashmir, Blue City of Jodhpur, Дарджилинг, Cave Temples, Gunsmith (this city is surrounded by the sacred lake).
"Golden Triangle" – rich excursion program in India. Route: Deli - Jaipur - Fatehpur-Sikri - Agra - Mathura - Vrindavan.
Jaipur - a small town, narrow streets, stores and shops. Palace of the Winds and the City Palace complex of the main attractions of the city. The city is host to many festivals and holidays. Deli- Architectural masterpieces of the old and the new city will forever remain in your memory, also visit the great mosque of Jama Masjid, Fort Museum and visit at the bottom of(26 January) where you will hear folk music and see traditional dances.
Agra - famous for the Taj Mahal which is included in the list of the seven wonders of the world. Grape Garden Palace of Mirrors, Arabian Park attractions that are worth seeing.
Mumbai - a city located on the coast of the Arabian Sea. Everyone knows, that Indian films are very beautiful and world-famous, in this city, and they basically take off. Elephanta Island is famous for caves, Also worth a look in the Prince of Wales Museum, walk through the markets of Bombay.
Pune - a city in India, Located at 560 m above sea level. Visit the Raja Kelkar Museum, Agha Khan Palace, Temple Pataleshvar. And do not forget, that India is very popular vegetarian cuisine, but for those who like fast food, too, there is a place to dine.

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14 thoughts on “,enWhat is interesting in India?

  1. Anna

    The city is very beautiful. So much can be small handmade trinkets to bring. And what an unusual culture. Very vpechtalyaet.

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  2. Danil

    I would like to see the Taj Mahal,, and indeed a kind of culture of India, and I think observe the life of the citizens of this country during their vacation a pleasant experience, all the more so on past attractions in India is well developed resort area.

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  3. Ludmila

    India has so many beautiful places, but most importantly it is necessary to visit the Pink City of Jaipur, and of course Delhi.

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  4. Novel

    Heard a lot about India from the fact that there are present in almost all the religions of the world ending with the Temple of rats where supposedly lives near 10 000 rats, and this place is their historical and cultural heritage. And there is a faint resemblance to our holiday Ivan Kupala, only are they used food coloring in a dry or diluted and all go as Rainbow ))

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  5. Dmitry

    East – a delicate matter. India with its culture really is worth, that at least once in their lives to go there. But one trip is hardly enough, to even superficially acquainted with this fascinating country.

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  6. Paul

    India is a great country for putishestviya, acquaintance with Eastern culture and views of historic structures! Try the curry, and a variety of seasonings and everyone knows spetsiy.Kak, In India the cow is a sacred animal, should go there even for the sake of, to look at the relationship of people to this animal!

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  7. Helena

    Visit India – my childhood dream. I read a lot about this country and talked with Indians, who are studying in my town. It is full of interesting and unusual: attractions, people, nature, history. Take a trip in the near future.

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  8. Алик

    Loads of places – that simply dazzle with its colors. Bright enough country, and a wide variety of churches, and monasteries. An important attraction is still a Tibetan Plateau; first of its virgin nature, and rare people-centenarians.

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  9. Ivan

    Go to India just for the sake of, to see how the drivers go around Exhausted from the heat of cows? NDA… Well to each his own. As for the more or less high level understanding of the culture of India is again a matter of taste. Culture and of course there is one of the oldest monuments of culture and history breathable centuries and millennia… but it is only one side. On the other hand, poverty, gryazische, slum.

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  10. Galina

    I was lucky. Last summer, I traveled to India for sightseeing program "Golden Triangle". Tour so saturated its routes, it is impossible to grasp all at once - so much information. I still can not disengage from the seen. I go regularly to different sites on the history of India, read, compare. And more, for those, who is going to India - Photograph, as each shot, is the story of India, You will see that there.

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  11. Alexander

    India – amazing country. For me personally, this word is associated with the East as such, with all that great and very ancient civilization… Buddha, Hinduism, Veda, Taj Mahal… This is the first, that comes to mind. And Delhi, the sacred river Ganges, Mumbai and a unique flavor of this country-puzzle. India has always beckons and will attract to yourself, that would not talk about it.

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  12. Alexander

    India – amazing country. For me personally, this word is associated with the East as such, with all that great and very ancient civilization… Buddha, Hinduism, Veda, Taj Mahal… This is the first, that comes to mind. And Delhi, the sacred river Ganges, Mumbai and a unique flavor of this country-puzzle. India has always beckons and will attract to yourself, that would not talk about it. This “wonderland”.

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  13. Given

    Hello! It is very interesting to visit India!!!!! To get acquainted with the traditions and culture of this country! As ever be going back and visit this extraordinary country!!!!

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