Indian Tour Operators Promotion Council
India has no dearth of kaleidoscopic
destinations. Unending historic attractions of this dazzling land and the
splendid cultural panorama make this place one of the most intricate and
rewarding dramas unfolding on this earth. Most of the destinations have deep
historical roots and narrate the legends of the glorious days of the past.
The beauty and magic prevailing here compel the tourists hailing from
various parts of the globe to develop an abiding passion for this land.
Wherever you go, the network of picturesque locations follow you....
- Agra - The land
of Agra is the proud owner of one of the seven wonders of the earth- Taj
Mahal. Today this monument has become the de facto tourist emblem of
- Gateway to the world heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora, Aurangabad
is the city built by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. It is the city that
carries a tinge of Arabian aura.
- Bodh Gaya -
The land of Bodh Gaya is as pious as the Ganges because it was here that
Gautam Buddha ( Prince Siddharath) attained supreme enlightenment.
- Spawned in 1849, Dhramshala stands at the foot of Dhauladhar in the
Indian state of Himachal Pradesh and is commonly referred to as the "
Queen Of Hills"....
- Goa - Cradled in
the Sahayadri range in the Western Ghats, Goa is bound by the Arabian
Sea on the West, Maharastra to the north and Karnatka to the east and
- Gwalior -
The home to the famous, royal and incredibly rich Scindhia family,
Gwalior, was once called as the " key to Indostan" by Warren
Hastings. The glorious past of Gwalior gives it a unique and timeless
- The fifth largest metropolis in India, Hyderabad, is the state capital
of Andhra Pradesh. It is a proud city that narrates the colourful
stories of its splendid palaces, the great Nizams with many wives and
the labyrinthine lanes.....
- Jaipur -
Jaipur is a gateway to the state of Rajasthan and is also the most
natural place to begin a discovery of India's multifaceted
- Standing in the heart of the desert for centuries, Jaisalmer is one of
the most exotic cities of India. Even its name evokes in us a vivid
picture of utter magic and brilliance of the desert......
- Jodhpur -
The fascinating Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan and is
one of the major tourist attractions of the country. The city was
spawned in 1459 by the Rajput chief Rao Jodha....
- Known to the world for its temples, sex, architecture and sculpture,
the enchanting Khajuraho, conjures up images of a society that
celebrated life to the fullest....
- Ladakh -
Sandwiched between the Karakoram mountain range to the north and
Himalayas to the south, Ladakh is one of the most sparsely populated
regions of India.. ....
- Madurai -
Madurai is an historical Indian city and is about 2000 years old.
Situated on the banks of the river Vaigai, the city is believed to be
built by the Pandayan king Kulasekra...
- Mysore - "
Even today I would assert, after having visited many parts of the world,
that nowhere can you witness such masterpiece sunsets as in Mysore......"
- Pushkar -
Pushkar has been an important place of worship for the Hindus. The city
came into existence when Lord Brahma, the creator, dropped his lotus
flower to earth from his hand to kill a demon....
- The holy city of Rishikesh lies about 24 km from Haridwar. It is
surrounded by hills on three sides and is at an altitude of 356
- Udaipur -
One of India's most romantic cities, Udaipur is unfailingly beautiful
and is centred around Lake Pichola in Rajasthan.....
- Varanasi -
The eternal city of Varanasi is one of the major pilgrimage sites of
India and a major tourist attraction..............
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