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Incredible India

I know there are still few days left for Republic day, but what to do? I am getting really patriotic and so I am just not able to stop raving about my great and beloved homeland. I am a true Indian by heart, including my love for bright colors, spicy food and having a loud, warm and cheerful personality. 🙂 I always dream about visiting various exotic places of India and exploring its innumerable colors myself.

Geographically India is divided into five major regions: Northern, Southern, Western, Eastern and Central India. The main problem with Indians is that very few people prefer to explore another region apart from their own; as they all feel that when they can visit some foreign country in much lesser price, then why they should spend that money on visiting yet another Indian city/state. The temptation of having yet another stamp on our passports is almost always, way too irresistible.

But friends, have you ever seen any other such diversified culture with almost 347 spoken languages, geographical conditions ranging from beaches to plains to hills to deserts all at one place? And apart from that which has thousands of ancient temples with truly remarkable pieces of architecture on one side and grandiose of royal palaces on the other hand? When people from such rich heritage spend thousands of bucks to visit some other foreign places, which offers them nothing except humid environment and an exposure to red-light areas; it looks downright stupid. Don’t you agree?

India is such a big and diverse country. It is often called as a “Land of Contrasts”. It provides everything from a picturesque location, to deep, strong and ancient culture, to peaceloving and innocent people, to exotic and serene beaches. It can also be a spiritual destination, an escape from fast-paced life, can bring you down to nature and sooo on…. the list is endless. The truth is that India is beautiful, rich and poor, diverse beyond belief, a total and often overwhelming assault on the senses.

Bhootnath Temple in Badami, Karnataka

 

Bir Singh Palace, Datia, Madhya Pradesh

 

Buddhist Site at Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh 

 

Cathedral in Thiruvalla, Kerala incorporating the features of a traditional Hindu Temple, a Mosque and Church 

 

Chittorgarh Fort, Rajasthan

 

Andaman & Nicobar Islands 

 

Nohkalikai Falls at Cherapunji, Meghalaya 

 

Nubra Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir 

 

Sakya Gompa, Kaza, Himachal Pradesh 

 

The port city of Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

 

The Sun Temple, Konark, Orissa 

 

The Tomb of Emperor Humayun (1570 AD). Nizamuddin East, New Delhi

 

 

Tipu Sultan’s Tomb, Mysore, Karnataka 

 

View from Ooty, Tamil Nadu

These are the few pics which I am sure will blow your mind. I sooo wanna visit these ancient temples and royal forts. Whenever I look at these pics, I don’t know why but I always get a different feeling in the pit of my stomach. My mind and my heart sing together that Nature is so great. There is so much of beauty all around. I feel like a small and worthless dot amongst all these larger than life scenarios. And suddenly, I feel so proud and something moves in my heart and a tear roll down on my cheeks and I am just able to say “Indeed, Incredible India!” I love you much and I am so proud to be a part of this wonderful esteemed and ancient heritage. <3 u! 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Incredible India

  1. udaipur palace says:

    Hello this was fine

  2. India is amazing country to visit. Different culture at every states or region, That’s pure quality of india. For example Gujarati tradition is different then north indian tradition. As you mention in india 347 languages spoken i want add some word regarding plus point of india. “India has 82237 newspapers” It’s really interesting. In india there are lot’s of places to visit from north to south and east to west. India has god gifted natural place like kashmir, Himalaya, Gujarat, west bengal, Goa etc. And we can say india is hub of historical places especially Rajasthan. All places and pictures you are posting here is amazing and we should visit it once. Thanks for sharing such nice article.

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