A Travel Guide To Explore India
From the towering icy peaks of the northern mountains to the sun-washed beaches of the southern coast, India’s dramatic terrain is breathtaking. Along with abundant natural beauties, exquisite temples rise majestically out of pancake-flat deserts and crumbling fortresses peer over plunging ravines. Aficionados of the great outdoors can scout for big jungle cats on wildlife safaris, paddle in the shimmering waters of beautiful beaches, take blood-pumping treks high in the Himalaya, or simply inhale pine-scented air on a meditative forest walk.
Orissa or Odisha is a beautiful state situated on the eastern coast of Bay of Bengal. With Bhubaneshwar as its capital city, the state is known for its temples, serene climate, wildlife, picturesque landscapes and art.
Himachal Pradesh is situated in North India and is famous for its abundant natural beauty. The capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is known as Queen Of Hills and is located north west to the Himalayas.
A land-locked state, Sikkim is located in the north eastern region of India and is surrounded by majestic mountains and thick forests. The third highest mountain range, Kunchenjunga runs through the state making it one of the best places for photography enthusiasts.
Located in northern India, Uttrakhand was once a part of Uttar Pradesh until some years back when division took place due to management issues. A popular tourist locale, Uttarakhand finds its capital in Dehradun and has some of the most beautiful destinations to its credit.
Panaji is the capital of Goa and also the headquarters of North Goa district. A major part of eastern Goa, the Western Ghats are internationally known as one of the biodiversity hotspots of the world.
Kerala is situated in the south west region of Malabar coast. It has been named among the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveller. Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of kerala and is known for abundant ayurvedic herbs and medical plants.
Itanagar is the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh - land of the dawn-lit mountains. The state's land is ideal for horticulture and fruit orchids. Rice mills and handloom handicrafts are the major economic industries.
Whether we talk about education, agriculture or industries, Uttar Pradesh has a feathers on its cap. With Lucknow as its capital and Allahabad as its judiciary capital, U.P. has managed to progress well in the recent past.
Delhi is not just the capital state, but the heart of India in a true sense. It has a pot belly of different languages due to the migration of people searching for better lives, the culture of moving shoulder to shoulder and home to convenient and fast-moving Delhi Metro
West Bengal is the fourth-most populous state with people from different ethnicities and religions. Apart from its mother tongue Bengali, Santhali, Nepali, Oriya, Urdu are some languages that are spoken here. From capital city of Kolkata to snow covered hills of Darjeeling, Kolkata is an amazing place to travel.
Being centrally located in India, this state of historical monuments and world heritage sites got its name as Madhya Pradesh. MP is prominent for being the home to "The Grand Kumbh Fair" as Ujjain, ‘The City of Temples' hosts Kumbh Mela on the banks of river Shipra with great ardor.
Maharashtra is not just India’s third largest state but is also one of the most visited tourist destinations in India. With the bustling cities of Mumbai and Pune on one side and the mesmerizing hill-stations of Mahabaleshwar and Matheran on the other
Andhra Pradesh is a seventh largest southern state that enjoys sub-tropical temperature. A part of ancient Vijayanagara, this state has seen many changes from Indian monarch to Nizam’s rule to now free state with upscale boutiques.
Gujarat, a colorful western Indian state is rich in history and home to distinct cultures and famous icons. This state is highly commercialized and enjoys large number of tourists in winter season.
Wilderness in its best! Nagaland is a beautiful state in the north-eastern region of India. This state boasts plenty of endangered species under sub-tropical rain forests, quite tea plantations and mesmerizing foothills.
With more than 26 indigenous tribes and 50 plus local languages, Arunachal Pradesh always knocks its holidayers for a loop with its mishmash of high plateaus, deep valleys and cultural ethnicity.
Green paddy fields, receiver of numerous sports medals, highway trucks, desi ghee are some things Haryana is commonly known for. The green state of India situated in the northern region of the country is a rapidly growing economy
Mizoram is truly a traveller’s paradise with moderate climate, lush valleys and high hills. This eastern state inhabits many tribes of Tibeto-Burman groups like Kushai, Ralte, Hmar, Pawi, Thadou and Zou.
Meghalaya is one of the North-East states that shares the valleys of Assam and plains of Bangladesh. It receives heavy downpour that makes way seeping through limestone caves finally merging into the Brahmaputra river.
Separated from Bihar in 2000, Jharkhand is a state which yields more than 40% of India’s mineral resources, but on the other side it suffers from poverty, malnourishment, corruption and Naxalite activities.