West India Tourism - Culture Echoes With Diversified Beauty

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The term 'unity in diversity' has been rightly used to describe the Indian subcontinent. It is a place of multiple cultures, traditions, religions, customs and people. Every town and city has its own distinct identity and atmosphere and there is no place in India that does not have beautiful sights and experiences to offer. From the Muslim influences to architecture and trade gleaned off from the Mughal rulers to the tales of valiance and valor born of the Rajput kingdoms to the unique matriarchal system followed in the East to the distinctive culture and cuisine of the south, India is a country with a mind blowing amount of diversity.

North India forms a crux of sites, tourist attractions and beautiful places and is popular with tourists from all around the world. While the inimitable culture of the south or the ravishing terrains of the west or the lush beauty of the east cannot be discounted, it is the northern part of the country that has the most number of places to visit in terms of tourist spots like forts, monuments, old palaces, temples, mosques, parks, gardens, and much more. India tours are a great way to visit the different attractions and famous places of North India and learn more about this great country.

The Taj Mahal Heritage Tour is a hit with tourists from all around the world. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love that can surpass time and life and is one of the most recognized Wonders of the World. This tour is organized to allow visitors a chance to take in the breathtaking beauty of the white marble monument while also visiting other places in North India. Spread over 15 nights and 16 days this tour involves stops at Delhi, Mandawa, Shekhawati, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Ranakpur, Udaipur, Kota, Chittaurgarh, Pushkar, Bundi, Jaipur and finally, Agra. The tour involves visiting featured North India attractions such as monuments of Old and New Delhi, Havelis of Jaisalmer, Meharangarh Fort of Jodhpur, Hawa Mahal and City Palace of Jaipur and much more.

For those visitors who want to go deeper than simply sightseeing in North India there exists the option of the India Heritage Tours. North India is a place with limitless sites and places and different cultures coming together. Whether it is the forts and palaces of the old kingdoms or the caves cut out of natural rock or the temples and mosques of older centuries, there is a lot to see in North India. The Heritage Tours are organized to give people a chance to see the different elements that have gone into creating the unique atmosphere of India. The India Heritage Tour with Nepal is one of the most popular and it includes visits to significant places in North India like Delhi, Varanasi, Kathmandu, Jaipur, Shivpatinagar, Agra, Chitwan, Khajuraho and Pokhara.