Most Visited Places in India

Renu Shekhawat By : Renu Shekhawat
Most Visited Places in India

Oh, it’s so hard to choose! What are the most touristy places in India? Much of the time, these are personal preferences. However, some places to visit in India are perennially more popular than others. These Most Visited Places in India capture the diverse charm of India.

Most Visited Places in India

Icon: Taj Mahal

Agra is a part of the popular golden triangle tourist circuit of India, Most Visited Places in India Agra is home to the Taj Mahal. Enough was actually said. It is the most emblematic monument of India and the main historical attraction in India. For that reason, it is impossible to leave the list. While you’re there, why not get off the beaten track and visit some places of interest around Agra as well.

Most Visited Places in India

 

Monuments: Delhi

Most Visited Places in India, the first time travelers to India from Earth usually in the capital city of Delhi, India. It can be a rather rude shock. The city prepares to take advantage of the unsuspecting tourist. However, bear with it! Delhi features exciting attractions, mosques, forts and monuments of Mughal rulers who once occupied the city. Many of these are located in beautiful gardens, perfect for relaxing. And the crumbling old city of old Delhi is a fascinating if chaotic, place to explore.

 

Temples: Temple of Gold

Most Visited Places in India, Amritsar, home to the Golden Temple, was founded in 1577 by Guru Ram Das, the fourth guru of the Sikhs. It is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs and got its name, which means “Holy pool of nectar”, the body of water around the golden temple. The exquisite golden temple attracts pilgrims from around the world and the number of visitors rivals the Taj Mahal! It seems particularly striking at night when it is well lit, with its imposing golden dome illuminated.

Most Visited Places in India

 

Spirituality: Varanasi

Most Visited Places in India, Varanasi, one of the spiritual places in India, is a city like no other. This mystical Santa city openly reveals its rituals along the many ghats by the river, which is used for everything, to dissipate the burning of the bodies of the dead.

 

Regal Splendor: Udaipur

Most Visited Places in India, Ah, Udaipur. The famous city of lakes and palaces. (And yes, I really think it’s the most romantic city in India). A must see for the ability to immerse yourself in the royal splendor.

History and Architecture: Ajanta and the Caves of Ellora

Most Visited Places in India, without a doubt the most popular and renowned caves in India, the caves of Ajanta Ellora are carved into rock slope quite in the middle of nowhere, near Aurangabad in north Maharashtra. These caves are simply inspiring. Words can not describe how magnificent they are.

Most Visited Places in India

 

South India Culture: Madurai

Most Visited Places in India, Ancient Madurai in Tamil Nadu is home to the most impressive and important temple in South India – Meenakshi Temple. If you only see a southern Hindu temple, the Meenakshi Temple should be. The city of Madurai is more than 4,000 years old and has maintained an important Center for Tamil culture and learning. The 12th Chithirai Festival, with a heavenly wedding staging of God and the goddess, is celebrated in Madurai in April every year.

 

Abandonment of Cities: Hampi

Most Visited Places in India, An incredible energy can be found in Hampi. The last capital of Vijayanagar, one of the largest Hindu kingdoms in Indian history, is famous for its captivating, intriguing ruins interspersed with large rocks that follow the entire landscape.

Most Visited Places in India

 

If you are also travelling in India please read these blogs also Travel to India in August,  Travel Checklist for IndiaCommon Tourist Scams in IndiaBest Tours Of IndiaBest Domestic Tour Packages , Best North India Tour Packages For Family also read our Spanish blog Viaje a India BlogTop 10 restaurants in Agra

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