Jammu & Kashmir: Switzerland of Asia" Kashmir is World famous for
its beauty from ages old and one of the Great Mughal Princes has praised
its beauty by calling it a " Paradise on earth !"
The Valley of Kashmir is full of the mighty
mountains, Lush Greenery , blossoms of pinks ,
whites, yellows and flowers of all the rarest varieties. Rainbows
spread across the blue skies. Meadows are spangled
with daisies , flower beds with pansies, primroses, hyacinths and
daffodils grow all over. Almond, cherry, apples strawberries are in
Rivers, Lakes, snow-caped mountains, dense forests, Hill stations you
can't think of any heavenly beauty which is missing in this piece of
:The Jammu and Kashmir’s Summer capital more than 2000
years old in the heart of Kashmir valley spreads out on both
side of river Jehlum. Srinagar has been called the “Venice
of the Orient”
Places Of Interest: Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Yusmarg ,Sonmarg :
Mughal Gardens: Nishat Bagh ,Shalimar Bagh
, Parimahal( The palaces of Fairies), Hari Prabat Shankrancharya Temple,Hazrat Bal
Lakes Dal Lake Nagin Lake Manasbal Lake: Wular LakeThe Largest freshwater Lake in India
Capital city of the India. It is one of India's fastest growing
cities. It has sprawled over the West Bank of the river Yamuna,
straddling the river. The city has two distinct parts, Old Delhi &
New Delhi. Delhi is the second most widely used entry point into the
country, being on the route of most major airlines. It is well
linked by rail, air and road to all parts of the country. The
remains of seven distinctive capital cities - among them
Shahjahanabad and Qutub Minar - can be seen. Here, museums, art
galleries and cultural centers attract the finest exhibitions.
Delhi blends an historic past and a vibrant present. Delhi has
some of the finest museums in the country. New Delhi was proclaimed
the capital of India by the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens
(1869-1944) & is tree-lined & spacious. Legend has it that the
Pandavas, the august heroes of the epic Mahabharata, originally
founded Delhi, then called Indraprastha, around 1200 B.C. Present
day Delhi is built around the ruins of seven ancient cities.
Places of Interest:
Moghul Monuments: Red Fort ("Lal Qila"), Kabuli or Khuni
Darwaza, Feroz Shah Kotla, Qutub Minar, Tughlaqabad, Nizamuddin
Aulia, Humayun's Tomb, Lodi's Tomb, Safdarjung's Tomb, Jama Masjid,
It is totally a mountain state and a delight for the
visitors, particularly during the summer season when people flock to this
tiny hill station to escape the scorching heat of the plains. It came into
being in its present form with the partition of the Punjab into Punjab and Haryana in 1966.
The winding roads and high passes link its high mountains and valleys. While
the picturesque valleys of Kullu and Kangra are a blend of colors. In marked
contrast the stark and barren terrain of Lahaul and Spiti have a stunning
lunar and scape-like beauty.
Places to visit : Shimla, Dalhousie, Chamba, Dharamshala, Kullu Valley, Manali, Kinnaur, Spiti, Lahaul.
Rajasthan: The "land of kings"; the desert state of Rajashtan southwest of
Delhi on the border with Pakistan. It has a might forts,
The local women wear colourful cotton lenghas (skirts) or
Saris, the men magnificent turbans.
The Aravalli Hills, the oldest mountain range. The
south west of Jaisalmer 3000 square km. Jaisalmer arising from
the desert Chittor / Udaipur /Jodhopur, Rajput Kingdom of Mewar.
Famous for festivals and fairs , Jaisalmer Desert Festival,
Pushkar and Nagaur festival most colourful one.
Gujarat: Since the beginning of time Gujarat has been the
witness to the march of civilization. From the early river valley
civilizations, to the golden age of Indian history Gujarat has been home to
a multitude of cultures. At the cross roads of the 21st century the land of
Krishna and Gandhi continues its unrelenting march into newer areas like
technology, infrastructure development and a system of open governance.
Where azure seas meet sparkling sands, blushing sunsets embrace rosy dawns.
The jungles are verdant, lush and green, where lions prowl and flamingoes
preen. Marble temples white and pure, reflect the glory of the days of yore.
Age-old palaces browned in the sun and water parks for a day of fun. Here
tribal life is a celebration, of music, dance and multicolored traditions.
This land that promises to capture the canvas of your imagination invites
you to discover its many colors and revel in them.
Goa: A tiny emerald land of 3,702 Sq. Km. on the west coast
of India, with its natural scenic beauty, attractive beaches, churches and
temples, famous for it's architecture, feasts and festivals and above all
hospitable people with a rich cultural milieu, has an ideal tourist profile.
Econced on the slopes of the Western ghats (Sahyadri ranges), Goa is bounded
on the North by Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, on the East by Belgaum,
on the South by Karwar Districts of Karnataka, and on the west by Arabian
It's rivers -Tiracol, Chapora, Mandovi,
Zuari, Sal and Talpona, which are navigable throughout the year, have their
origin in the Sahyadri ranges and flow westward into the Arabian sea 60kms.
away, breaking the long coastline covering a length of 105Kms. into the
enchanting estuaries and bays which mark off idyllic palm-fringed beaches
like - Arambol, Vagator, Anjuna, Baga and Calangute in the North, and Colva,
Cavelosim, Betul and Palolem in the South.
Karnataka: It is popularly known for Carnatic Music through out
the World has given much more to the World than Carnatic Music, a unique
form of Classical Music patroned by many across the continents. Karnataka
with all its Richness in Culture and Traditional Grandeur is also one of the
fastest growing States in terms of Industries and Facilities. Karnataka is
also known as the Capital of Agarbathi (Incense Sticks), Arecanut, Silk,
Coffee and Sandal Wood.
All this is apart from the fact that it has been the Culture Center for
hundreds of years and its testimony stands spread across the State pulling
millions of Tourists from all parts of the World to Karnataka. Whose
richness and hospitality can only be felt and never explained better.
Kerala: Sandwiched between the Lakshwadeep Sea and the Western Ghats,
Kerala is a bustling little green-and-silver,
coconuts-and-water state on the west coast of India. It is
bounded by Karnataka to the north, Tamil Nadu to the east, and
the Arabian Sea to the west.
Every district in Kerala has it's own unique culture and
characteristics. known for it's beach- the Sri Padmanabhaswamy
Temples and various museums and palaces; Alappuzha for it's
backwaters, Thrissur , the cultural capital, Kottayam for it's
ancient churches, Kozhikode for it's old world charm and the
entrancing Ponmudi or Golden valley.
Capital: Though a bit of a tongue-twister, Thiruvananthapuram
the present official name, is closer to it's mythological
origins. The word ' Thiru ananthapuram' means the city of
Anantha or the abode of the sacred thousand-headed serpent Anantha, who forms the couch on which reclines Lord Vishnu,
the preserver in the Hindu trinity.
Built on seven hills, it was the capital of the Venad
chieftains. The city has grown as a tourist and commercial
centre, with the International airport becoming the main
gateway into Kerala. Being the state capital, it also throbs
with political activity.
Tamil Nadu: A living museum with an ancient culture huge temples and
traditions that developed over 2000 years ago still flourish .
Famous for pilgrim’s center, Kanchipuram, , Chidambaram,
Trichy, Thanjavur, Madurai, Kanyakumari.
Chennai the oldest city of the British rule and the first
branch of the East India Company. Today Chennai is the fourth
largest city of India , population 6 million, about 1000 films
is produced in Chennai, called “ Hollywood of India”.