Incredible Tourist Destination

12/11/2017 5:08:50 PM
written By : Jawed Ashraf & R K Suman Print

To see the world and experience life in its fullness, it is enough to travel to India. It is not because one-sixth of humanity resides there. Its ancient civilisation that expresses itself in modern life. Its layered history is reflected in the unparalleled diversity of faiths, cultures, traditions, languages, cuisines, dresses, monuments and places of worship. And, all of this can sometimes be captured in a single photo frame, even if it takes a lifetime to comprehend it.

India offers one of the richest biodiversities in the world, from mighty Himalayan peaks and cold deserts to rainforests and emerald islands, from majestic elephants and tigers to an extraordinary range of birds and butterflies. From adventure sport to zen, India has everything on offer. And, all with the unique warmth of hospitality.

There are familiar paths:

  • The Buddhist circuit: where Lord Buddha was born (Lumbini), gained enlightenment (Bodhgaya), first taught (Sarnath), and attained Nirvana (Kushinagar); also Rajgir, Nalanda and Vaishali.
  • The familiar golden triangle of Delhi-Jaipur-Agra and the desert forts and palaces of Rajasthan.
  • The banks of Varanasi, the Golden Temple of Amritsar and the majestic temple towns of eastern, western and southern India.
  • The endless Himalayan paradise, from Ladakh and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh through Uttarakhand to Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh in the east.
  • Beach destinations along 7,500km of coastline and on some of the 1,300 odd islands in India.
  • Wildlife: There are 89 national parks, 13 bio reserves and 400 plus wildlife sanctuaries across India.
  • Kerala, which packs everything from beaches and backwaters to spices and forests.
  • The seven sisters of the north-east, rich in landscape, wildlife and culture.
  • The original Ayurveda and yoga centres that are life-defining experiences.
  • Medical treatment combined with a wellness experience.
  • Life on the streets.
  • Climbing mountains and hiking to scuba diving and river rafting.
  • Easy-paced royal experience of luxury trains connecting old palace towns.













Travelling to India is becoming easier. Tourists can fly into 19 international airports through 81 international airlines that serve India. Singapore has direct connections to 15 Indian cities through about 225 flights to India per week. A 16th destination is to be added next month.

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