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The region of North India includes the land of maharajas Rajasthan, the lush green Himachal Pradesh, the land of beautiful valleys Jammu & Kashmir, the ancient city of Delhi and Punjab.
Sprawling through vibrant geographical dissimilarities, North India exhibits a colourful fusion of various languages, cultural systems, climatic zones, cuisines, etc. To one side, it is guarded by the mighty, snow-capped Himalayas and to the other lies the Thar Desert, which experiences high temperature to its extreme. This region of the country has been bestowed with some of the most significant archeological sites, subtropical forests, some of the most notable glaciers in the world, unique wildlife and diverse flora & fauna. Before British dominance, several dynasties have ruled over here including Gupta, Maratha, Sikh, Maurya, Mughal, etc.
North India welcomes you with its warmth of spirituality where you not only get to visit the holiest Hindu pilgrimages in Varanasi but also the most sacred monasteries of Buddhism in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir while Gold Temple of Amritsar (also known as Harmandir Sahib) is both a Sikh sacred place along with being a major tourist attraction of Punjab.
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Treasured with the famous Golden Triangle tourist circuit which connects three major tourist cities i.e. Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur consuming a larger part of India’s tourism, North India boasts a lot of diversity and uniqueness. From the world-famous Taj Mahal, which is known as the symbol of love, 12th century Qutub Minar, standing at a height of 73m, to the medieval forts of Rajasthan; there is a lot to witness and explore.
North part of India is full of round the year cultural festivals which are celebrated in other parts too. The major festivals which paint the life of North Indians with happiness are the most famous Holi, Baishakhi, Kumbh Mela, Teej, Lohri, Pushkar, Diwali etc. These festivals bring people of all communities together and add an element of communal harmony. North India has rich historic significance and some of the most important battles have been fought which changed everything (Battles of Panipat). It has been ruled by several might emperors such as Mauryas, Guptas, Cholas, Mughals etc. Rivers like the holy Ganga, Beas, Gomti, Yamuna etc. provide water in abundance which meets the daily requirements of agriculture and other activities. The region enjoys a temperate climate zone where it experiences summer, monsoon, winter etc. and is pleasant.
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Tour of Northern Indian Heritage with fairy tale palaces and imperial Mughal architecture
WHY VISIT NORTHERN INDIA ?
Due to its cultural and geographical variations, North India has something for everyone. People looking for isolation, spiritualism to the adrenaline junkies, every place is well defined with its offerings. Decorated with a garland of different colourful flowers of diversities, North India brings some of the most ancient monuments to world-class architectures for its guests. A region where you can experience snowfall (high peaked Himalayas) and desert at the same time, you will be left thunderstruck by the elegance of nature. Witness the true culture of Rajasthan and take a spiritual dip at the sacred Ghats in the Ganges. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and taste diverse ambrosial cuisines. Dig into the multifarious wildlife along with listening to the folklores. The natural grandeur and cultural inheritance makes North India the most vibrantly beautiful place to visit.
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