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Famous North India Attractions: India is a South Asian republic and subcontinent. The entire country is divided into four large regions, North India, South India, East India, and West India. Most of the major Indian tourist attractions can be found in North India. Among the most well-known North Indian attractions is the Taj Mahal. This unique work of art was constructed by the infamous Mogul emperor Shan Jahan. The Taj Mahal was built in 1649 as a memorial to his wife.

Other north Indian tourist attractions include (but are not limited to): Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar, Golden Temple, Jaisalmer Fort, Jama Masjid, Hawa Mahal, and the Himalayan mountain range. North India is also home to many picturesque hill stations such as Himachal Pradesh and uttaranchal. All of the previously mentioned tourist attractions provide breathtaking views, serenity, and magnificent vistas.

Famous South India Attractions: South India is where a majority of India's natural attractions can be found. They include the Rock Fort Temple, Kerala Backwaters, Golconda Fort, Ooty, Char Minar, and much more which also contain extensive hill stations in Kerala. Many of India's famous temples can also be found in southern India. Some of which are the Somnathpur Temple, Meenakshi Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple, and many more.

The region of Kerala is also home to many hill stations. These include Chithirapuram Hill station, Munnar Hill Station, Devikulam Hill Station, Ponmudi Hill Station, Attappady Hill Station, and Nelliyampathy Hill Station.
Rajasthan
Rajasthan Tours display the true face of this desert state as reflected in edifices, arts and crafts, fairs and festivals, and folk performances of various towns and cities here, such as Jaipur, Jaisalmer,
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Kerala
Kerala has a unique charm to attract anyone. In this fast moving technological world the traditional values and culture has been changing but Kerala has always given importance to its tradition and heritage.
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Goa
Goa is India’s smallest state in terms of area and the second smallest in terms of population after Sikkim. It is located on the west coast of India, in the region known as the Konkan, and is bounded by the state of
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Kashmir
There is a saying, about Kashmir, "that if there is paradise on earth, it is here it is here it is here" Enough to understand that this is no ordinary place but the mother of all hill stations in its beauty
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Gujarat
The state of Gujarat in India, popularly known as the ‘Manchester Of the East’, has a rich heritage of textile crafts. The arid region of Kutchh is the richest in the state in terms of cultural heritage.
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Delhi
Delhi is locally known as 'Dilli' and officially known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi. It is the largest metropolitan in the country in terms of area and second largest metropolitan city in terms of
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Agra
The ancient monuments of Agra, are the evidence of rich historical background of the city. The Din-i-llahi religion marks its origin on the land of Agra, which flourished during Akbar's reign. Several
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Jaipur
Situated in the desert lands of Rajasthan, Jaipur is one of the planned cities in India. Jaipur is famous across the globe for its rich tradition and lifestyle. Popularly referred to as "the Pink City", Jaipur has
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Mumbai
Mumbai, the capital of state Maharashtra rests at the west coast of India and is recognized as the financial hub or financial capital of India. The stock exchange in Mumbai is counted to be most vital
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