Why Visit India?

(There are some parts of the world that, once visited, get into your heart and won’t go. India is such a place.)

India is one of the oldest civilisations in the world dating back 5000 years. Culturally rich India has 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The four religions born in India – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, are followed by 25% of the world’s population.

There are plenty of reasons to visit India – be it mountains or plains, beaches or backwaters, wildlife tours or adventure activities, secluded islands or bustling metropolitan, culinary delights or local drinks, spiritual holidays or romantic vacations. You can witness diversity amongst people, places, weather, landscapes and many more aspects. You name it and India has it all. You can travel mountains, deserts, beaches and plains all in one country itself.

Few unknown facts about India-
1.India was the first country to mine diamonds
2. India is the second largest English-speaking country in the world.
3. India has the largest postal system of the world and also has a floating post office.
4.India has One of The Oldest Inhabited City (Varanasi), Which Is Still Thriving
5. The country holds the world’s wettest place, which is inhabited.
6. India has largest Sundial of The World
7. There are as many as 19,500 known languages and dialects across the country.
8.70% of all the world’s spices come from India
9.India is the world’s largest producer of milk
10.A huge lake in India was formed by a Meteor some 52000 years ago

Few countries in the world carve such a deep, lasting impression on a traveller as India does. Sitting upon layers upon layers of history, there is perhaps no other country on Earth that is home to such marked contrasts as India is. India overloads the senses with its cacophony of sounds, its vibrant colours and its extreme cultural heritage.