Kashmir is a multi-dimensional diamond set like a jeweled crown on the map of India. Two major Himalayan ranges, the Great Himalayan Range and the Peer Panjal, the landscape and the North to the South respectively. The Mughals, in the appropriate summer, the tranquil atmosphere of the valley, in the hot plains of India, Kashmir, ‘Paradise on earth, where they are called’.
Here, with great love and care, now collectively laid out the many formal, coastal gardens of Srinagar known as the Mughal Gardens. These gardens, and their rivalry centered around their ownership.
Due to being the capital Delhi, India, the rise and fall of many powerful kingdoms has been seen, which have left behind many monuments, which is the story of old and glorified many ages.
The city that traced its vast history for the Mahabharata, was the biggest epic story of the war between the members of the empire, the Kauravas, and the Indraprastha, for the Pandavas, the isolated cousin. All innumerable faces of the city are extremely attractive. In some famous places, it is a garden city, a beautiful tree stands and with beautiful parks, but in some other places, it can be crowded with huge traffic.
Other prominent attractions are Turban Sikhs, colorful Rajdhani cloths and Gujarati women are working in the office; Many Muslim shopkeepers have their own shop in Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. There are Tibetans and Ladakhis in the street stalls which are close to Janpath.
People think Agra is just for the Taj Mahal, but it is an exciting place that will put you in fear. Agra was the capital of Great Akbar. Thus, there are many architectural wonders to enjoy here related to the Persian style. Like other cities of India, religious generosity can be clearly seen in Agra.
The part of the Jama Masjid here is from the famous Hindu temple, Bageshwar Nath. Like other cities of India, Agra is also quite confused. Though there are also Soumi Bagh and Mahtab Bagh, where the atmosphere is very quiet. From the crowd, you can see the beautiful view of sunrise, sunset and Taj Mahal from here.
Varanasi, also known as Banaras and Kashi, has an unbreakable and important relationship with the Ganges river and its religious significance. Ancient stories from Varanasi are associated with many ancient times.
The famous American author Mark Twain has also written for Varanasi that, “Banaras is ancient, also ancient to traditions, is also ancient to legends and when it is collected by all, then from that collection too Double is ancient.”
Uttarakhand, North India, is a very beautiful and quiet tourism center. Uttarakhand is the source of many rivers. The rivers here are the main resources of irrigation and hydropower generation. There are many religious and cultural centers on the banks of these rivers.
The origin of the river Ganges, the sacred river of Hindus is the southern part of the main Himalayas. Ganga starts with the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers. The tributaries of Alaknanda are Dhauli, Vishnu Gang, and Mandakini. Ganges river emerges from Gangotri glacier, 25 km from Gaumukh place in the form of Bhagirathi.