Important Place in India

India – the country of incredible impossibilities where bullock carts and Jets co-exist in just right concord. Where one can find such a unique concord of tradition and modernity? The slogan “Unity in Diversity” perfectly suits with India. Having a tremendous range of place of tourist interest, amazing wildlife sanctuary and parks, cultural heritage palaces, architecturally beautiful structures, India is indeed a best place to visit.
Apart from these tourists, there are also many alluring cities and places in India which are worth seeing for their own different-different importance.

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Here are mentioned about some important places in India which are popular among tourists in all over the world for their unique features.

North India :

Knowingly North India is the most important part of India. There are many important places of tourist interest in North India. North India has wealth of many important places of tourist interest. Ganga, Yamuna and sources of many other important rivers are in North India. There are three main religions in North India – Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The might Himalayas is situated in North India which is popular among tourists for adventure and sports. Blazing Thar Desert, monumental heritage, exciting wildlife sanctuaries, diverse culture, timeless monuments, stunning cities are some of attractions of North India.

Delhi :

Situated along side the banks of the river Yamuna, Delhi is the capital of India. Delhi is distinctly divided into two parts – Old Delhi and New Delhi. In fact, New Delhi is the capital of India. Epitomizing the soul of India, Delhi is the city where one can see the unique harmony of past and modernity. There are many places of interest in Delhi, such as; Red Fort – a massive Mughal era Fort built by Shah Jahan, Qutub Minar – designated by UNESCO as a world heritage and tallest tower in India and tallest brick tower in the world, Humayun’s Tomb – one of the finest example of Mughal architecture in India, Jama Masjid – India’s most important and biggest mosque, Birla Mandir, Bahai Lotus Temple, India Gate – a war memorial built in the memory of India soldiers who laid their lives in the world war I,    the grand President House, breathtakingly beautiful Mughal Garden, bustling bazaars of Chandani Chawk, Raj Ghat, Shanti Van, Cannaught Palace and many more.

Jaipur :

Articulated fancifully as a “solid strawberry cream cake” or more popularly known as the “Pink City”, Jaipur is an important city in the state of Rajasthan, North India. Impressive in planning, the city of Jaipur is built by a famous astronomer-prince Sawai Jaisingh II in 1717. Encircled by a crenellated wall, punctuated with 22 feet high seven gates and criss-crossed by well laid out streets and lanes, Jaipur is incredible in its architecturally beautiful forts & palaces, breathtakingly beautiful gardens and fascinating bazaars. It is also the home of jewelers and gold enamelers, brass engravers, tie-dyers, mirror-work, embroiderers, potters, col our paper makers, carpet weavers, painters and traditional cobblers. Some of major sights in Jaipur are Hawa Mahal, City Palace complex with its alluring museum, Jantar Mantar – the observatory of heavens, Amber Fort and many more.

Jaisalmer :

Jaisalmer is another important city in the state of Rajasthan, North India. Jaisalmer is the ancient citadel on the way caravan route linking India with Persia, Arabia and the Mediterranean. This architectural dream in the lonely, yellow silence of the Thar Desert was built in the 12th century by Jaisal, a Bhatti prince. Its narrow lanes zigzag through intricately carved facades of houses and mansions. Famous sights in Jaisalmer are beautiful Patwon Ki Haweli, Gandhisagar tank and the exquisitely carved Jin temple.

Agra :

Located at the distance of 220 km from the capital of the country – Delhi, Agra is an important city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, North India. Home of UNESCO world heritage Taj Mahal, Agra provides passionate glimpses of Mughal architecture. Attention-grabbing, splendid, dazzling, this white marble monument – Taj Mahal is built by one of the great Mughal Emperors Shah Jahan in the loving memory of his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal after her death. The Taj Mahal has unparalleled beauty among all the historical monuments of India. Apart from Taj Mahal the major attractions of Agra are the splendid Agra Fort (also called the Red Fort and built by Mughal Emperor Akbar) the Itmad-ud-Daulah – a mausoleum built for Empress Noor Jahan’s father. In North India, Agra is the most visited city after Delhi.

Udaipur :

A gem in the valley, encircled by green hills and blessed with blue water lakes, Udaipur is a breathtakingly beautiful city in the state of Rajasthan, North India. This beautiful city is regarded as one of the most romantic tourist spot in India. Its gleaming silver lakes and fairy tale palaces, sparkling fountains and lush green gardens leave an everlasting impression on the visitors. Some of major attractions of Udaipur are Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Udai Sagar Lake, grand City Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari, Nehru Parks, Pratap Memorial, and many others.

Jodhpur :

The second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, North India, Jodhpur is also known as the blue city. This fortified city is the gateway to the great Thar Desert. The city of Jodhpur was founded by Price Jodha of Rathore clan in 1459. The city is crowned with massive and spectacular Mehrangarh Fort. Magnificent forts and palaces, stunning temples, havelis, culture & tradition, shopping bazaars and exotic cuisine leave an everlasting impression on the visitors. Some of major attractions of Jodhpur city are massive Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace – the finest example of Indo colonial architecture, Jaswant Thada – a white marble cenotaph and many others.

Shimla :

Situate at an altitude of approx. 6500 ft above sea level, Shimla is one of the important city in the state of Himachal Pradesh, North India. The capital of Himachal Pradesh and one of the most important Himalayan Hill Resorts in India, Shimla was initially a small hill village. This picturesque city named after the Hindu deity Shyamla Devi, a symptom of Maa Kali. The queen of Hill Stations, Shimla was the erstwhile official summer capital of the Government of India till 1947, when India got its freedom.

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