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Top 10 Reasons To Visit India

Updated on June 12, 2020
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India is a land of God, mountains, warriors and gold.

All of them collectively defined the speciality of this country. When all these things are mixed, it forms India.

If you want to see diversity, how hospitality is done, how the land of chaos and harmony looks, to see the various languages ​​spoken in one nation, to see the festival of colours, and the tallest statue of the world, you must visit India once.

India is a country where you can experience all types of weather from winter to autumn.

Here are the top 10 reasons to visit India:

1) It’s Cheap

India is the cheapest and loveliest holiday destination.

Even if you are on a tight budget, there are thousands of places to see and travel. As it gives the best experience to travel in the cheapest way.

There are lots of places to visit here on a low budget because there is something for everyone from children to old.


2) Diverse Food Options

Yes, there are food options in India ranging from veggie happy to non-veg dishes. The cuisines of India are liked around the world.

There are so many food options for every taste that you can't decide which to put on top.

Indian roads are packed with a variety of scrumptious street food. Every Indian state has its own famous dishes, which you will find nowhere else.

Since 70% of the world's spices come from India, it is advisable to consider spicy food while going here.

3) Live Like A King

Stay in palaces and feel like a king/queen.

Yes, while you are here on your quest, you can stay in the palace.

There are over 13 palaces that will give you a royal retreat during your stay in India. From a desert to a mountain palace, this feeling will tempt you and will never let you forget your royal holiday.

Some Top Palaces Include:

- Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan

- Umaid Bhawan, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

- The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, Maharastra

- Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad, Telangana

- Taj Usha Kiran Palace, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

4) ‘The Beatles’ Vibe

If you are a fan of the famous band 'The Beatles' or not, you must visit the places where The Beatles started their spiritual journey.

There is 'The Beatles' Ashram in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, where musicians practised yoga while living in India.

India is a spiritual region where every day you will not only get to make many new discoveries but also get immense peace.

Indian cities such as Rishikesh, Haridwar, Varanasi, Amritsar, and many other places are famous for their spirituality where you can experience peace and begin your spiritual adventure.

5) Hospitality Of India

If you want to know how hospitality is done, come to India.

India is a land of kind people and is also rich for its hospitality.

It is a land where guests are considered as Gods.

As an old saying goes ‘Athithi Devo Bhavameaning Guest is our God. Either you stay in hotels or in the local house, you will see the warmth in their behaviour, they will always open to welcome you.

Seeing the lively spirit of Indians, you will want to come here again and again.

6) Thousands Of Temples

India is famous for its temples.

There are more than a thousand temples in India ranging from the wealthiest to the mysterious, which are so attractive to see as everyone has their own uniqueness.

You can explore the Golden Temple to Tirupati Balaji and learn about their religious texts, legends and powerful energy they hold.

7) To Witness Splendid Architectural Designs

India has a rich history and has many beautiful historical and modern architecture throughout the country.

Even if you are not a fan of history, you will be mesmerised to see these huge, old and strong monuments that have been here for years.

There are 37 UNESCO World Heritage Site in India, topping your travel list.

8) Festivals & Fairs

India is a diverse country where distinct cultures and religions live.

No matter what season you come in, you will witness festivals here throughout the year.

India has a rich tradition, be it the festival of Rang Holi, Diwali or Durga Puja, Ganesh Chaturthi and Kumbh Mela, they cannot be easily overlooked.

The ambiance during festivals and fairs is full of excitement and joy, which makes it one of the crucial reasons to be in India during festival time.

9) Tallest Statue In The World

That’s right, you can witness the tallest statue in the world of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, which is 182 m high located in the state of Gujarat.

The Government of India opened the place for tourists on 1 November 2018. Subsequently, it became a famous tourist destination.

More than thousands of tourists come from all over the world.

It has a museum and a view gallery inside the statue from where you can get an aerial view.

10) Opportunity To Meet Local Tribes

There are five hundred local tribes in India with their culture and tradition, which they have continued for years.

You can meet these tribal people.

There are several travel agencies that organise a tribal tour. It will amaze you to see how they remain close to their tradition, in a touch of nature and away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world.

Best Time To Visit

Every state has different seasons throughout the year.

The best time to visit is from September to March. When the rainy season is over and the weather is not so cold and hot.

So, what are your reasons for visiting India?


If you are planning to move around and visit some unexplored places where luxury, adventure, wildlife are all seen together, then visit India.

© 2019 Swati Dubé


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