Think about India and it is likely that scenes of terrible forts, palaces and temples will come to mind, bright colors and history will be set against the backdrop. This is what North India offers – and much more! These top tourist places exhibit the diverse beauty of this region for going to North India.
Taj Mahal Agra Uttarpradesh– One of the top historical places in India, coming to India and seeing Taj Mahal in Agra will be a major loss to it. After all, this is India’s most famous monument – and certainly the most recognizable. It emerges like a fairy tale from the banks of Yamuna and has a rich history with 1630 AD. Tajmahal is actually a mausoleum in which the wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan is the body of Mumtaz Mahal. Made of marble, it takes 22 years and 20 000 employees to complete it. One of the most entertaining things about it is the way in which the color gradually changes in changing the light.
Varanasi- One of the top spiritual sites of India, Varanasi is a holy Hindu city with very old history. The God of creation and destruction is known as the city of Lord Shiva, it is believed that any person who dies here will be freed from the cycle of rebirth. It is said to wash away all the sins in the river Ganges. The interesting thing about this mysterious city is that its rituals openly appear along with the ghats of many rivers. Although it is filthy and competitive, so be prepared for it! Living in a hotel near the river is highly recommended and memorable.
Delhi – If you are going to North India from any other country then India’s capital city Delhi is indispensable. Delhi airport has been renewed and the biggest upgrade has been done in India, and your flight will land there. Delhi brought the ancient past into life, while at the same time the modern future of India was demonstrated. It is divided into two parts – the Old City of Old Delhi, and systematic and well planned New Delhi – which exists on one side, but it seems that the world is different. The city is scattered with mutant mosques, forts, and monuments left by the Mughal rulers, who once occupied the city. Many of these are located in gardens with beautiful landscape.
Amritsar Punjab- Amritsar, the house of the Golden Temple, was founded by Guru Ram Das, the fourth Guru of Sikhs in 1577. It is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs and its name is “Holy Pool of Nuclear” from the body of water around the Golden Temple. The Golden Temple attracts pilgrims from all over the world. It looks especially arrested at night when it is beautifully lit, with its pure gold dome illumination. If you love street food, then Amritsar is famous for it!
Udaipur– Compared to Udaipur, there is no better place to experience the majestic glory of India. This is indeed India’s most romantic city! Who can oppose the charm of the palaces, seeing its charming old houses, beautiful gardens, complex temples and huge tilt lakes? The City Palace, which spreads along the eastern shores of Pichola Lake, leaves visitors a magician. The way it was constructed is excellent, Rajput military architecture and Mughal style decorative techniques are combined together. The Mehar royal family still lives in a part of it!
Khajuraho– Although Khajuraho is a short distance from the path, do not miss it on this basis. Somewhere else you will not get such a unique temple with careful carving. These ancient temples, which date from the 10th and 11th centuries, are best known for their erotic idols. There are more than 20 temples dedicated to sex and sex. However, even more, they celebrate love, life, and worship. They also provide an uninhibited peek in ancient Hindu religion and tantric practices.
Jaisalmer– The fairy tale of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is a remarkable surviving fort in the city of Balua stone, which was built in 1156 and is elevated on a pedestal near the city. Inside, there are five palaces, many temples, and some exquisite mansion (houses), as well as shops and other residences. Camel Safari is another highlight in the desert.
Bishnoi Village, Rajasthan – While living in Rajasthan, do not miss the search for the life of the rural village. Bishnoi is a community of nature worshipers, about 45 minutes from Jodhpur’s Blue City. It can be seen on a day trip but for the last experience, stay in the traditional style of accommodation overnight.
Manali, Himachal Pradesh– A little climb from Manali city, Old Manali village is a world away from the crowd. You will find traditional houses and quaint guest houses, surrounded by ample gardens and snow-covered peaks. Old Manali is one of the top destinations for backpacking in India and the pure mountain is the fresh spot to relax in the air.
Haridwar and Rishikesh– Haridwar and Rishikesh are holy places which are not far from each other on the foothills of the Himalayas. While Haridwar attracts mainly Hindu pilgrims, Rishikesh is considered to be the birthplace of yoga and is more popular with western spiritual seekers. If you have time, then see both!
Leh and Ladakh – Remote Ladakh has become an increasingly popular tourist destination since the opening in 1974 for foreigners. Leh is the most common entry point in this area, surrounded by the world’s largest mountain ranges and surrounded by alpine deserts. Buddhist monastery and trekking opportunities are the biggest draws for visitors. Leh Ladakh is the best for trekking and adventurous tours.
Srinagar– Srinagar, mainly in Muslim Kashmir, is a place of magnificent natural beauty with peaceful natural lakes and Mughal-style gardens. Srinagar is the most famous for its houseboats, which is the heritage of the British which has grown rapidly. Although the civil unrest has been a cause for concern in the past, it is hurting the tourism in the past, the calm has been restored and the visitors are returning to this area. It is often called “Switzerland of India”. In the beginning of April to catch the grand Tulip Festival there,