India has always been a center of attraction for tourists from all over the world for its diversity in its culture and natural beauty. While states like Goa are known for their seaside beauty, Kerala, and Kashmir are for their natural beauty. Apart from this, Kanyakumari has a different spiritual charm.
Rajasthan is a state full of the historical heritage of India, so the Taj Mahal has become an identity of India. The diversity, beauty, and charm spread all over India attract tourists from all over the world. Let us see which are the main tourist centers of India-
Agra has always been a major tourist attraction due to the historical building Taj Mahal. Guests coming to India for diplomatic relations also definitely come to see it. Apart from the Taj Mahal in Agra, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar's Tomb, Rambagh, and Sikandar's Fort are among the places of interest.
Kashmir is famous all over the world for its vibrant beauty. Srinagar, Gulmarg, Daljheel, Nagin Lake, Pari Mahal, and Pahalgam are some of the places of interest in Kashmir. For its picturesque valleys and villages situated on the mountains, it holds a different place among tourists.
Goa is the smallest state in India which is known for its sea beach. The seafood, water sports here make it a place to enjoy. Alona Fort, Goa Museum, Chapora Fort are other tourist attractions located here.
Kanyakumari is also known as Cape Comorin. Here the waters of the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal meet. The sunset view seen from here is mesmerizing.
Jaipur and Udaipur
One of the most prosperous and educated states of India, Kerala is also known for its mesmerizing beauty. Boating in the lush green beauty and rivers spread here has its pleasure.
Delhi is the economic center of India as well as the capital of the country. Tourists come throughout the year to see the India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Jama Masjid, and Qutub Minar located here.
Mysore is the cultural capital of Karnataka which is known for its palaces. The Mysore palace located here is world-famous, this palace is also known as 'Amba Villa'. About 2.7 million tourists visit this palace every year.
Situated in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, these rock-cut sculptures are a wonderful example of Buddhist religious art. The temples built in stone caves here amaze tourists with their beauty.