Important Places of Tourism in India

Important Places of Tourism in India


Jaipur Rajasthan

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. Since this city has all its buildings painted in pink color, it is called the “Pink City”. It is famous for jewelry shops and old hill-top forts which indicate its royal past. This city has the distinction of having the world’s only meringue-shaped cinema hall.



Earlier this place, for some time, was under the possession of the Portuguese. It is well known for its palm-fringed beaches and is considered as party place by foreigners, where all night, open-air raves command the scene. Picturesque lanes, magnificent Cathedrals are worth-seen. It has ideal beaches for water sports like Jet-skiing, wind surfing and para- sailing. Watching Sunset at Anjuna (a place in Goa) is a great feeling.

Jammu & Kashmir


Jammu&Kashmir is famous for lakes with house boats and scenery. The icy mountains of Himalayas in this State, has many sites for trekking/mountaineering. Dal Lake is noted for white water rafting. (Please see our book ”Indian Tourism” for more details on tourism & precautions to be taken while travelling in J&K)


Red Fort Jama Masjid

Delhi is the capital city of India and India’s busiest international gateway. It is a spread-out city with a few areas of planned constructions. Red fort - a massive fort which extends for 2 kms, Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India, Connaught Place, Jantar Mantar – an old observatory are among a few places of worth-seeing in Delhii.

Indian WIldlife

Indian Wildlife Tiger Peocock

India’s wild life sanctuaries have world popularity for its wide range of species. India has many sanctuaries with vast areas where big varieties of animals like One-horned rhinoceroses, elephants, tigers, lions, crocodiles etc. inhabit.


Kerala Boat Race

The snake boat races of Kerala from July to September are:
Champakulam Moolam Boat Race
The oldest and most popular snake boat race in Kerala, and is closely connected to the Sree Krishna Temple at Ambalappuzha. The race is held on the Champakulam Lake on the moolam day of the Malayalam month Midhunam, the day of the installation of the deity at the Temple.

& many more

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