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MUST SEE HOT SPOTS – WHERE THE TOURISTS GO IN INDIA

July 17th, 2013

Tourism is very important to the Indian economy. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that tourists contribute 121 billion to the nations coffers each year which represents 6.4 percent of the country’s gross domestic product.

The most popular tourist destination is the Taj Mahal. The white marble mausoleum was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan between 1632 and 1653 to memorialize his favorite wife. The Taj Mahal is considered as one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture and was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.

The Read the rest of this entry »

HOW TO TRAVEL – GETTING AROUND IN INDIA

May 23rd, 2013

Planning a trip to India? If so, take the time to become familiar with the various transportation options that will be available to you during your stay. After all, rather than spending your hard-earned money on a rental car that will likely be difficult to get around in India’s heavy traffic, why not take advantage of the robust public and affordable transportation options that India has to offer?

Of course, these will vary depending on exactly where in India you plan on staying. However, if Read the rest of this entry »

THE BEST OF INDIAN FOOD – WHAT TO TRY

March 29th, 2013

If you want to know about Indian food, the first thing you need to understand is that there are two distinct cuisines in India. As in many countries around the world, cuisines in regions closer to the equator are likely to be spicy. The farther away from the tropics, the more likely the food tends to have less use of heavy and hot spice.

Indian Food from the South
Southern Indian Foods taste much spicier than foods from the north. You will find more use of red Read the rest of this entry »

The Taj Mahal – One of the Seven Wonders of the World

September 7th, 2012

The Taj Mahal is quite a site. Seeing the white marble mausoleum on a dish tv Discovery Channel program doesn’t do it justice. It’s much more fulfilling to see it in person.

The Taj Mahal, located in Agra, India, was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor this third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The construction began around 1632 and was completed over two decades later in 1653. It was estimated to have cost 32 million Rupees to build at the time. Widely regarded as the crown jewel of Muslim art in India, the Taj Mahal was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.

The inside of the Taj Mahal is equally as mesmerizing as the outside. The interior walls stand about 82 feet high. All of the calligraphy of the high-domed ceiling in the main chamber is very intricately designed. The tomb, which is the focal point of the entire structure, is a massive, white marble structure standing on a square base.

It’s not too difficult to get to the Taj Mahal if you’re planning a visit. Agra is a popular tourist destination and is well connected by air, road and railway. The Agra Airport is located about 75 miles from the city.

THE BEST CUISINE – WHERE TO DINE WHILE IN INDIA

May 10th, 2012

One of the best parts about taking a trip outside the United States is exploring the culture and the food. If you are planning on taking a trip to India there are some restaurants that you have to visit. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is amazing. Eating the food of the place you are visiting gives you a better understanding of their culture. Here are some of the best places in India to enjoy some delicious Indian cuisine as well as other types of cuisine.Get more information here. http://strollsnsnacks.com/2012/04/26/a-right-royal-reception-and-a-meal-fit-for-a-king-at-the-prince-of-india/ You can also taste the way Indians do other types of food at some of these locations.
Bukhara
Beautiful restaurant that specializes in Indian cuisine.
Koh
Thai Restaurant
Chhotu-Motu
Pawan Dhaba
Tundey Kebabs
Karim’s
People love all the food at this restaurant. The food is authentic and delicious.
Gopi
Villa 39
Great Italian restaurant in Mumbai
Karavali
Great food inspired by south Indian cuisine
Bar-b-q
People love their hot and sour soup.
All of these restaurants have absolutely amazing food. Whether you want to eat Indian cuisine or try the Italian or Japanese food in India these are all great places to eat. Trying new foods and visiting new restaurants is always exciting when you travel to a new place.

THE MOST FAMOUS CITIES – WHERE YOU MUST GO WHEN VISITING INDIA

May 7th, 2012

India is perhaps one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. Each year, millions of people flock to India to experience its rich culture and breathtaking beauty. There are many fabulous cities in India for people to visit, and this article lists the top four that nobody will want to miss.

Chennai, which is a coastal city, is in the Southern Metropolis of India. This beautiful city boasts the longest beach anywhere, Marina Beach. Visitors will also want to see the magnificent temples of the city, which the Read the rest of this entry »

WHAT TO DO – TRAVEL GUIDE FOR TOURISTS TO INDIA

May 3rd, 2012

India is an incredible place to visit. Tourist of all ages will find something exciting and fun in this beautiful country. India offers adventure as well as peaceful relaxation. If you are planning a trip to India, then keep reading for a couple of spots that you just can’t miss.

In India you can not pass up a tour of the Taj Mahal. You will be amazed at the beauty of one of the greatest man made structures of all times and the surrounding Read the rest of this entry »

THE GREATEST DESTINATIONS TO VISIT WHILE IN INDIA

April 30th, 2012

For most people, mentioning places to visit in India immediately places the Taj Mahal at the top of their list. This beautiful but massive structure is included on the list of World Heritage Sites. According to legend, the Taj Mahal was built by an emperor to memorialize his eternal love for his wife.

Many people miss its nearby sister site, Agra Fort. The fort, believed to have been constructed in 1000AD and to have been updated in the 1500s contains Read the rest of this entry »