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With a history of more than 5 millennia, India is a vast country in South Asia that stretches from the peaks of the Himalayas to the coast of the Indian Ocean. Is a  federation  which is subdivided into 28 states with  an area of 3,287,259 km2 and a  population  of more than 1,300,000,000 people. It is one of the most populous countries in the world with 411 inhabitants per Km2. It is the cradle of Hindu culture housing historical monuments of the Mughal empire that  They include Delhi's Red Fort complex and the massive Jama Masjid mosque, along with the world's most popular mausoleum,  the Taj Mahal in Agra, while pilgrims bathe in the Ganges in Varanasi and Rishikesh is a center for yoga and  base for excursions to the Himalayas.


How to get to India

Plane: there are many airports like the  Indira Gandhi International of New Delhi, opened in 1962, about 20 kilometers from New Delhi, one of the most important in India that operates with domestic flights and international destinations in much of Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and some points in America, Oceania and Africa.  Bombay Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, opened in 1946, operates with a large number of domestic flights and international destinations in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America as well as the  Bangalore Kempegowda International Airport, opened on May 24, 2008; the Chennai International Airport, opened in 1954 or the  Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Calcutta, opened in 1924.

Buses and trains:  they are a very viable option, there are tourists who prefer to get a little closer and take the plane on the last leg to reduce expenses. If you want to take this idea as viable, you must first take into account the borders that you must cross (Turkey, Iran and Pakistan) and that some of these countries are in conflict causing inconvenience or danger to tourists.

Sea:  It is possible to arrive with the cruise ships that sail through the Indian Ocean, but precautions must also be taken with the conflict zones.

How to get around India

Rickshaw or tuk tuk: a carriage that can carry one or two people. This means of transport is ideal for touring the large urban areas of India, markets, temples and mausoleums.

Train:  almost an obligatory reference to be able to travel the long roads of this beautiful country. Thanks to the great system of roads left by the British occupation in the past, it is possible to cover great distances in a few days, offering a broader perspective of the culture and geography of India.

Elephant: wildest transport experience that you  you can move to other nearby places They are decorated with fabrics of bright colors. You can almost always ride them to discover natural landscapes, especially in the regions of Kashmir or Kerala. Formerly they were used as transport for the industrial sector.

Motorcycle:  Is the best option. They can be rented at very low prices and provide the freedom to bypass some urban areas.

Jeep: optional means of transport for a safari  before the possibility of using unstable dirt roads or going through the vegetation.

What to see in India

New Delhi

Being the Capital  It is the main point of arrival for foreign visitors and an important transportation hub for  Destinations  in the states of  Rajasthani ,  Punjabi ,  Himachal Pradesh  and  Ladakhi and  as the center of North India. It has an estimated population of over 18 million and is home to the  hindu temple  largest in the world and the largest mosque in the country.   It has been the center of political activity since time immemorial. The ancient fortress, majestic buildings, and historic ruins meet their modern counterparts of tall skyscrapers, diplomatic enclaves, and well-planned townships.  The people here, their lifestyles, traditions and even the climate is a rich and varied mix of everything that is  India .  


Monuments and landmarks in Delhi

Humayun's Tomb .- It is a building where Humayun's tomb is located. In 1993 UNESCO described Humayun's Tomb as a world heritage site. Old Delhi .- The poor area of New Delhi. Walk there and you will enter deep India. Akshardham .- One of the most impressive temples in all of India. Admission is free, but you will have to do it without cell phones or cameras. Lodhi Gardens .- A fairly large park where you can walk quietly. Indian Gate .- One of the best known emblems of the city. Gurudwara .- Temple practicing Sikhism. It is very beautiful inside, in addition, you will be able to know the culture of this religion. Of course, you will have to enter without shoes and with a headscarf.

delhi Humanyuns-Tomb


From New Delhi, at a distance of 220 kilometers about 2 hours and a half  by train you can find one of the 7 wonders of the world: the famous  Taj Mahal. Also know as  Mumtaz Mahal is the mausoleum of Queen Mumtaz, Shah Jahan's favorite wife.  This is the most fascinating, beautiful and serene Monument in India. Legend has it that it took 22 years to build and that around 20,000 people worked on it. Apart from this wonder of the world, there are many  attractions in agra  including Mughal gardens, forts, shopping complexes, ancient temples, mosques and architectural delights such as Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah's tomb, Fatehpur Sikri, the  Mehtab Bagh and the always lovely Yamuna River.


madhya pradesh

The heart of India is Madhya Pradesh and the heart of  madhya pradesh  It is Khajuraho which is an example of the rich cultural heritage of India, one of the world heritage sites and best tourist destinations famous for its sculptures, temples and architecture. These temples were built during the Chandela empire. Most of the temples represent the lifestyle of a woman in the middle ages. The temples are beautifully carved in stone and were built in almost 100 years from 950-1050 BC. Originally, there were 85 temples, of which only 22 have survived and constituted one of the great artistic wonders of the world.


Varanasi or Varanasi 

It is the holiest city in India where thousands of Hindu pilgrims go to its temples and  They bathe in the Ganges river to obtain religious merit. You can take a boat down the Ganges at sunrise to see dozens of people enter the water from the ghats to purify themselves before the rising sun. Some perform religious rituals in the water, others go to bathe and swim. As you watch all this, cremations take place on some of the ghats.  Along the city's winding streets are nearly 2,000 temples, including Kashi Vishwanath , the "Golden Temple," dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.



It is a state in northern India that borders Pakistan. Its palaces and forts are reminders of the numerous kingdoms that historically disputed the region. In its capital, Jaipur (the "Pink City"), is the 18th-century City Palace and Hawa Mahal, a former royal women's cloister, with a 5-story pink sandstone screen fronting it. Other beauties are the Amer Fort, built on a nearby hill by the Rajput prince in the early 17th century, the devastatingly beautiful dunes of the Thar desert,  the multicolored temple of Brahma in Pushkar , the  jodhpur blue city  and the  Lake Pichola from Udaipur  with its purple Aravali hills

Rajasthan Hawwa Mahal _Jaipur


Or Mumbai located on the west coast of India is  a densely populated city being built by the British, taking advantage of one of the best protected natural harbors in the world. Today apart from being  India's largest is a major financial center.  On the waterfront of the port of Mumbai, stands the stone arch of India Gate, a former colonial monument and now a popular emblem of the city built to commemorate the visit of the British monarch, King George V and Queen Mary. . Have  26 meters high with  four turrets and engravings on  Kharodi yellow basalt stone; the central dome has  46 feet in diameter. Off the coast, nearby Elephanta Island has ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Life  mumbai night  it is an important attraction for tourists apart from being able to enjoy water activities



Ajanta and Ellora caves

It is located 30 km from the city of Aurangābād in the district of the same name, in the pradesh or federal state of Maharashtra. formerly known by the nickname of Elapurā. They are excavated and sculpted on the rock, being works of enormous technical complexity carried out with incredible sensitivity and delicacy. They were declared a World Heritage Site by the  UNESCO  and  they are among the largest cave monastery-temple complexes in the world. In Ajanta, there are 29 Buddhist temples dating back to the 2nd century BC. which were built in two periods under the Satavahana and Vakataka dynasties and mark the beginning of classical Indian art having a huge influence on Indian art. Meanwhile, the 34 Hindu, Jain and Buddhist caves at Ellora date back to the 6th century AD.



State in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. Its long history as a Portuguese colony before 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and tropical spice plantations in the area. It is very famous for its beautiful beaches,  such as Palolem Beach, Agonda Beach, Galgibaga Beach and Cola beach. In some you can eat  seafood and fish in the beach bars  of beach (cheapness). It is the perfect destination to rest and enjoy truly impressive beaches, being famous for its relaxed lifestyle that travelers visit during the winter months to enjoy incredible weather.



Nicknamed "The Golden City", it is located in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It was founded by Maharaja Jaisar Singh in the 12th century who made it the capital of the dynasty. As the city is on the edge of the Thar desert, it is best enjoyed in the month of December to make the heat bearable. This beautiful city is a treasure chest of architecture, hospitality, and desert adventures. Interesting  is to visit the walled fort on top of a hill where sacred cows, vendors, restaurants and others have a place. It is ideal to get lost in its alleys with dozens of shops selling handicrafts, fabrics, tapestries, etc. until you reach one of the entrance gates (always guarded by a sacred cow) to the fort and visit the spectacular havelis. You can venture out to discover the desert with  an adventure safari or in a traditional way on camels where you can enjoy the impressive sunrises and sunsets of the desert 


Kerala Backwaters

Located in the extreme south with a coastline of 600 kilometers of beautiful beaches, a labyrinth of backwaters and an expanse of lush plantations,  Kerala  it is one of the states best endowed by nature. known as  'God's Own Country', the spectacular landscapes are complemented by a rich culture of dance, martial arts and Ayurveda by the  influence of  foreign spice merchants who left their customs. Take a leisurely stroll through the backwaters in a kettuvallam, lounge on the beach, stroll through the colonial architecture of the cities, enjoy the cooler climates of the highland plantations and their wonderful atmosphere. Included in the list of 10 paradises in the world by National Geographic Traveler magazine, it is well known for its ecotourism activities.  Being  the Venice of the East  best activities to enjoy  are the houseboat, backwaters, water parks, landscapes, beaches, water activities, Ayurvedic massage among  others.  



TO  Less than an hour from Delhi, heading northeast is a city in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand state, situated in the foothills of the Himalayas. Known as the yoga capital of the world  it is a place for travelers seeking spiritual connections and inner peace during their time in India. It has a variety of yoga and meditation centers that made it popular with travelers thanks to a visit from the Beatles. Visitors can practice  traditional Hathi yoga, try your hand at crystal healing for the new age.  in the afternoon you can go  to the banks of the Ganges to attend Ganga Arti.


Kashmir (Kashmir)

Region located in the northern part of India and south of the westernmost part of the mountain range of the  Himalayas in conflict with Pakistan and China.  India currently manages about  half of the region, including most of  jammo ,  cashmere ,  Ladakh  and the  Siachen Glacier . Pakistan controls the northwestern region, Northern Territories  and  Azad Kashmir while China has occupied the northeastern region, Aksai Chin  and the  Shaksgam Valley . Yes OK  has had a history of violence, great efforts have been made to allow the access of the  tourism and  that you can enjoy places like Dal Lake in Srinagar where in a  floating house you can spend a perfect rest.


Kaziranga National Park

This national park is located in North India in Assam on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, almost 2,000 km from New Delhi. It is meant to  protect endangered species such as horned rhinos by hosting more than half of that species  of the world.  The  UNESCO World Heritage Site  of humanity has a great variety of species, flora and fauna.  Rare, endangered and endemic species thrive here.  Other species  they are tigers , wild elephants, leopards, foxes, deer, flying squirrels, pelicans, hornbills and many more.


Rann of Kutch

Known as the white desert, it is the largest salt marsh in the world that extends over an area of  30,000 km in the northwestern part of the  India   between the Gulf of Kutch and the Indus River. Visiting this 'desert' on a full moon night over the white salt is simply surreal while the hues of the sunset reflecting off the white salt is simply stunning. The biggest celebration in the white desert landscape is the famous Rann Utsav organized every year from December 1 to the end of  March and where camping, folklore performances and night desert safaris on a full moon night look magnificent.  


Ranthambore National Park

Located in  the district  Sawai Mädhopur of Rajasthan in the northern region of the country is an attractive adventure destination being famous for the presence of the Royal Bengal Tigers. was it ever  hunting ground for Rajasthani royalty while the grounds have now become a protected wildlife sanctuary.  In 1973 began the "tiger project" that  he turned the desert into a haven for wild beasts.  It is explored with elephant safaris and jeeps that allow you to observe the animals in their natural habitats at close range.


It is a locality in the Puri district in the state of Odisha. It is located on the coast of the Bay of Bengal, 60 kilometers from the state capital, Bhubaneswar. there it shines   the Sun Temple built towards the end of the Odisha temple construction phase in the 13th century by King Narasimha Deva I of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty and dedicated to Surya, the sun god. Its architecture  has stood the test of time and  consists of two main parts: a dance pavilion (  Natya Mandapa  ) and an assembly hall (  jagamohana  ) with roof  pidha deula  on the same platform as the remains of the tower  rekha deula  of the sanctuary. During December's Konark Festival,  Trained dancers come from all over India to show off their skills in traditional dance forms.  

parque nacional ranthambore

v adodara

Or also known as Baroda is located about 100 km southeast of Ahmedabad, west central India. It is the cultural capital of Gujarat and known for hosting  one of the most luxurious palaces in India, the Lakshmi Vilas Palace designed according to the  Indo-Saracen Revival architecture  and for many more legendary monuments such as Sayaji Baug, Kirti Stambh, Nazarbaug Palace and the EME Temple. It houses one of the most important universities in India: the Maharaja Sayajirao University


Mahabodhi Temple

Buddhist temple located in Bodhgaya since 260 BC, 96 km from Patna, Bihar state, northwest India and around 1100 km from New Delhi.  It is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites  and sacred in the world for Buddhist pilgrims and world heritage  registered by UNESCO for its cultural importance.  The sacred Bodhi tree that dwells in the temple complex is believed to be a place where the Buddha used to meditate in order to transcend the cycle of reincarnation. Therefore, it is considered as the most sacred place in the complex. There is the Buddha statue in  polished sandstone that was installed by the  emperor Asoka in the 3rd century BC



known as  Kolkata is the capital of the West Bengal state of India. It was founded as a trading post for the East India Company and was the capital of India under the British Raj from 1773 to 1911. Today it is known for its grand colonial architecture, art galleries and cultural festivals. Here is also the Casa Madre, headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa, whose tomb is located on the site.


Indian cuisine

Turmeric, pepper, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander… You could start counting the spices in Indian cuisine and you wouldn't stop for a long time. A range of hundreds of herbs and condiments to bring joy to your dishes. Indian cuisine is predominantly vegetarian (with such a wide variety of vegetables that it almost overshadows the spices), but other ingredients such as chicken or lamb are not lacking.

Curry: The undisputed star of Indian cuisine. In India there is called like that to any dish that has sauce. Sauce that is conveniently spiced and that accompanies stews with vegetables, chicken, lamb or even prawns. The different spices are usually called 'masala' and there are many varieties, such as 'garam masala' made up of: cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, black pepper.  

Tandoori chicken: it is prepared by macerating the pieces in yogurt to which various spices such as cumin, garlic, ginger, 'tandoori masala' and cayenne have previously been added to make it spicy. It is then cooked in the 'tandoor', a typical Indian clay oven, or on a grill. It is usually accompanied by rice.

Lassi: famous Indian liquid yogurt. This ingredient is widely used to cool down the torrid Indian temperatures. It is taken as an accompaniment, as an ingredient in some preparations or in the form of a drink, in which case it is seasoned with spices such as cumin or pepper. It is also possible to drink it sweet, shaken with sugar and fruits such as mango, papaya or banana.  

Biryani:   Spiced basmati rice recipe in different versions, one of the most classic with chicken and vegetables.

Rajama:  vegetables  such as red beans cooked with spices and accompanied by white rice.

Dal:  Lentils from the country that are cooked with spices; red ones are common and are accompanied by rice. They are also served as an accompaniment to other dishes.

Chole bhature:  a flat fried bread made from a special flour called 'maida' accompanied by choles (chickpeas). It forms a powerful breakfast accompanied by rice and 'lassi' with fruit flavors.

Samosas: typical triangular-shaped Indian dumplings whose wheat flour dough is filled with ingredients such as vegetables, meat, cheese and even sweet condiments. They are fried and eaten crispy.  

Pani puri or dahi puri:  appetizer that is shaped like hollow and crunchy balls.  A small hole is broken and it is filled with multiple condiments such as crushed chickpeas, yogurt and 'chutney', a traditional Indian sauce made from crushed pickles. It is a sweet and sour jam.

Jalebi: very common sweet also in Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is obtained by frying a very liquid dough that is soaked in syrup and gives rise to chaotic circular shapes with a bright orange color and a soft texture. It can be served hot or cold freshly made.

Gulab jamun:  fritters made with a mass of powdered milk, sugared flour, rose water, cardamom and saffron that gives it the characteristic yellow hue.

pollo tandoori

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