Top 4 Indian Tourist Destinations

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Top 4 Indian Tourist Destinations

India is known for its vibrant culture and friendly people all over the world, while India is also the home for numerous archaeological monuments and cultural activities. Every year, India welcome millions of tourists from around the world, who visit different part of the country.

The choice is obvious independent as some like to walk through the hilly mountain, while other want to explore Indian beaches. It is the only country where you will find combination of greenery and modern art. Let us quickly see which are the top 5 destinations that tourists pay visit to.

Tajmahal, Agra

One of the 7 wonder’s of the world, this monument is made by Shah Jahan for her third wife Mumtaz, the monument is made up of marble and carries art work of year 1653, being hear gives immense feeling and is one of the lifetime heritage that everyone should pay a visit. Taj Mahal is also considered to be as the symbol of Love.

Red Fort, Delhi

Red Fort is located in old delhi and was home of Mughal Emperors, it was build in 17th century by Shah Jahan, You will find fine piece of art work on stones and marbles placed here, thriving red mud color gives beautiful look when seen in day light, this is the place where the indian flag is hosted on Independence Day, so india has got great importance to the place.

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Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

Jaipur is the city of colors, the city is popularly known for its architectural work and old royal buildings of Indian emperor. The place is best for people who lot to see art work. The place has some of the best heritage sites that are covered in UNESCO.

India Gate, Delhi

Designed by Sir Edwin, this is the most visited tourist place in delhi. The monument was built in 1931 is an roman art and reassembles to that of an art Arc de Trimpoe located in Paris. It is the memorial landmark in delhi built earlier in memory of ninety thousand soldier that were died in World War I. Today this place is remembrance of all the Indian soldiers who died in WAR.

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