Don’t get me wrong! This post is not intended to shoo away visitors who wish to come India. I welcome International travelers from all the countries in the world to visit India, get a glimpse of our culture, taste our food, witness great monuments take away some excellent memories, keen and eager to invite all the world’s population
I have listed ten aspects that we cherish and follow. If visitors have any ideas or perceptions not so favorable of these, they may choose not to visit India. But they sure do will miss out a great opportunity to taste the culture of India.
People from around the world visit to India in their thirst for self-discovery and spirituality Major spiritual places in India are Rishikesh, Hardwar, Auroville, Bodhgaya, Benares, Dharmshala, and Rameshwaram. As the people increasingly becoming capitalistic, the seeking for spirituality grows in urgency. Those who truly understand spirituality will agree that it is beyond religions and languages. So, if you truly don’t want to witness spirituality in its originality and variety, you should choose to skip visiting India.
- Visual chaos
You may find ton of a things to be said for chaos but also a lot to be said for learning to let fly and go with the wonderfully chaotic flow of human aura. Because rush hour here is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before in any part of the word. There is absolute madness. But Indians sure do know how to navigate this chaos and get things done in style.
- Train Ride – A Lifetime experience
Indian Railways is the world’s second biggest employer, and the train system in India is mixed with the fun and excitement of travelling with the Indian Railways, simply makes for an amazing experience! By taking a train ride, you will get to experience remote and inner beauty of Indian countryside, diverse landscapes and people across the country.
- Indian Architecture
One of the most enduring achievements of Indian civilization is undoubtedly its architecture, which extends to a great deal more than the Taj Mahal to 1000’s of architectural wonder across the country; it will take a life time to see all these classics. But make sure to visit monuments, temples, mountain peaks of India.
Read our post Top 10 Largest and Famous Hindu Temples in India
In India, a trip to a Market is much more like a full-on cultural immersion. Experience the process of finding a good treasure and get into the mood of the place by haggling over the price.
- The Himalayas
The Himalayas, or Himalaya, form a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. The Himalayan range has many of the Earth’s highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest.
Read our post on Top Ten Highest Mountain Peaks in India
India is a land of festivals, where people from different religions coexist harmoniously. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. There are many Indian festivals and celebrations are Dussehra, Kali Puja, Ganesh Chaturthi, Basanta Panchami, Makar Sankranti, Janmastami,Pongal, Ram Navami, Akshya Tritiya, Holi, Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Adha , Muharram observed , Christmas Day and Guru Nanak Jayanati.
Read our post on Top 10 festivals celebrated in India and their Dates in 2018
There are many yoga teachers and schools ain India to choose from. Yoga tours provide both physical and mental therapy. India has been the land of saints and sages who mediated, practiced and perfected Yoga.
From Knayakumari to Kashmir and from Assam to Gujarat, you will find diverse culture, language and landscape. If you want to miss this most unique aspect of India, it’s cultural diversity, then you might as well skip visiting India.
A visit to India will give you the opportunity to get a snapshot of the diversity of wildlife in India. India is among the 17 mega diverse countries which has about 60-70% of bio-diversity on the planet. Distinct animals found in India are Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros, Nilgiri Tahr, Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Lion, Black Buck, Lion Tailed Macaque and Snow Leopard.
Like I said in the beginning, this post truly emphasizes Top 10 reasons on why one should visit India. Join me in the comments section below with your pointers and ideas.