In India which place tourist love to visit and why ?

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  1. knowwellindia profile image60
    knowwellindiaposted 13 years ago

    In India which place tourist love to visit and why ?

  2. Lady_E profile image64
    Lady_Eposted 13 years ago

    Taj Mahal seems popular.  I hope to see is someday as it has such a lovely, romantic history to it.

  3. MARK DILIT profile image52
    MARK DILITposted 13 years ago

    There are lot of touristic places in india, in that TAJ MAHAL  is the best among everything and my i prefer PONDICHERRY(PUDUCHERRY) is one of the best touristic place in india, french people created AUROVILLE is situated near pondicherry and beach, shoppings, resorts are enjoyable things in pondicherry, everyone should visit this place one in a life.

  4. anujagarwal profile image59
    anujagarwalposted 13 years ago

    Taj Mahal is among the best place to visit. Apart from that, people now like to visit Kerala for its greenery and natural beauty. Now Udaipur has also emerged as the best tourist city to visit in the world. Read more about Udaipur here:

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    palcomonlineposted 13 years ago

    kerala is the answer to your question: known as god's own country ,if you are a true lover of nature,kerala is the most fascinating place on this earth.
    Kerala specials:Houseboats and Cruises

    The backwaters of Kerala, with only waterways in the name of road network, capture the fascination of worldwide visitors for its simple yet exotic sightseeing prospects on a cruise down the backwaters in a houseboat. The Kerala houseboats that cruise the backwaters are giant country crafts termed “kettuvollams” in the local language, which means boats of knots. An entire clan of artisans constructs these boats meticulously and skillfully by tying huge planks of jack wood together. Remarkably, the boats do not use even a single nail in their making.

  6. miteshrami profile image60
    miteshramiposted 13 years ago

    Golden Triangle Tour is preferred by most tourists ie. Delhi, Jaipur, Agra. For me Being an Indian - the answer to your question is "Jaipur". Jaipur is steeped in history and culture. Here the past comes alive in magnificent forts and palaces, where once lived the maharajah.

    But i would also like to say that, every Foreigner wants to visit Taj Mahal in Agra. As it is the India's best known site which is considered to be the world's greatest architectural achievements.

    So For, people from all over world its Taj Mahal in Agra.

  7. soni2006 profile image73
    soni2006posted 13 years ago

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  8. soni2006 profile image73
    soni2006posted 13 years ago

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  9. easetravels profile image59
    easetravelsposted 13 years ago

    Youngster will love to visit Taj Mahal because they like to see one of the worlds beauty. A little old one like to go to Kerala and get drenched  in the natural beauty. The young couple will prefer visiting Nilgris (oaty).And some of the honey moon couples  will go to enjoy Shimla. India has got a plenty of natural beauties. Go to Coorg see the Kavery's flowing point. The climate there is excellant. Go to Jaipur, enjoy the historical beauty of the Jaipur Palace. Visit Delhi. The India gate and other the other rich buildings wont make you come out. Want to see more temples go to Kumbakonam in Tanjore Ditstrict in Tamil nadu. Oh.......You have given me an idea. I shall write a hub. Please visit and understand the place(s) tourist love to visit and you will know for why.

  10. unclesam profile image61
    unclesamposted 13 years ago

    i think,everyone should visit kerala,the gods own country....
    especially thekkady,ponmudy and the kovalam beach...
    its real fun out there...

  11. BonnyCap profile image60
    BonnyCapposted 13 years ago

    Actually, I must agree with most of the answers here, Kerala is definitely great. As for me + my friends from Europe, we mostly enjoy Goa. It does not have all those great buildings and palaces, BUT you have REALLY good hotels and the beaches are phantastic. There are also British pubs, and all in all the food is MUCH BETTER than in normal continental India - since at Goa traditionally pork is eaten - so you get lovely spicy sausages even. And - as already mentioned - food has a real variety - it's not just the same curry with a different name on every day - which you get rather sick of after a while.
    The native people of Goa are also completely different from those of continental India - they are proud yet  friendly enough and in general much better educated. You see no beggars there and no paddlers disturbing your nap on the beach - !
    What I also liked were the souvenirs from the Himalayas - really hand made original stuff you can actually wear in European cold winter. The leather work is lovely, good quality...p.e.; not once have I been molested by vendors there, which is a nice change to continental India in general.
    Another nice contrast to continental India vacation spots is: the Indian hotel and beach guests at Goa are rather the honeymooning (or pre-honeymooning) kind, which are full of fun but rather quiet- not those huge family hoards with 100 children plus nannies shrieking all over the hotel, stealing sweet food from your table and throwing sand or water at you while relaxing on the beach- well - you know what I mean. At least in our hotel and beach- which was even moderately priced - it was sheer bliss...;

    I suppose it's all a question what you are looking for - a real relaxing vacation in one of India's paradises = Goa or- as I presume, there ARE other such places that I've never been to, or a tour  through dirty crowded cities - crushed by pedestrians and molested by beggars and paddlers in every step you take, residing at hotels that are none too clean although 5star- and seeing all those "famous sites" trotting behind your guide-which I've also done-and found it rather ghastly!
    And to come to a conclusion - India is a continent , and to do it justice, you'll have to go several times to take in just the basics.  It also depends if you are going on a spiritual journey or a seeking health - or peace and relaxation- for all this India has famous spots.

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    gopalagarwal11posted 13 years ago

    Lots of good places are there in India to visit.

    Kerala, Goa, Kullu Manali, Dalhousie, Delhi etc

    To explore India more visit

    India on a page covers whole india on a single page.
    It is a nice website.

  13. jayanthkumar profile image54
    jayanthkumarposted 13 years ago

    Mysore ,
    Because it known as Heritage city,where you can find most beautiful palace and many more .As you can by typing " Mysore the best place to visit" ,as i published in detail.

  14. cupid51 profile image69
    cupid51posted 13 years ago

    There are innumerable places which people would love to visit, because of it's reach heritage, it's evergreen beauty,because of it's culture and many more.
    I would like to name a few now : Kovalam Beach of Kerala,  Allepey Backwater of Kerala and Chilika Lake of Orissa. Read more about those places - … rala-India

  15. EatLovePray profile image60
    EatLovePrayposted 12 years ago

    Like everyone said; Taj Mahal! It is one of the world's most costly, and most beautiful tombs in the world. It is one of the world's 7 wonders. Everything about it is amazing! It's history, architectural feat, and location! Shahajan's priceless gift to his beloved wife, Mumtaz.

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    divya mposted 12 years ago

    Goa-tastefully a tourist paradise....many of my friends who are foreigners also love to visit Goa

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    fordieposted 12 years ago

    My last trip was all about fishing. I don't think many anglers know what great opportunities there are to be had in India

  18. sidds123450 profile image60
    sidds123450posted 11 years ago

    Taj Mahal, Goa, Kashmir and Jaipur are probably the most popular tourist destinations.

  19. travelholidays profile image58
    travelholidaysposted 10 years ago

    India is best at its culture, Architecture, various religious and even more.
    The Popular Indian tourist attractions are
    #1. Taj Mahal - Architecture
    #2.  Meherangarh Fort, Jodhpur - Architecture
    #3. Khajuraho Temples - statues
    #4. Alleppey - Houseboat
    #5. GOA - Beach

  20. inspirationtoru profile image59
    inspirationtoruposted 8 years ago
  21. pateluday profile image38
    pateludayposted 6 years ago

    Overseas tourists come to India with tiger and other wildlife in mind. Taj and Tiger seems to be popular aim in mind. Most popular tiger reserves where overseas visitors have been arriving since many years are:

    Kanha National Park
    Bandhavgarh National Park
    Ranthabore National Park
    Corbett National Park

    For birding enthusiasts Bharatpur seems to get a major share of visitors, The Northern Indian circuit is also popular.

    Taj Mahal is iconic hence the popularity
    Khajuraho Temples intrigue
    Kerala is rated very high.
    Rajasthan is also popular destination. 
    Varanasi is popular for spirituality and understanding Hinduism.

    Many visitors seek solace in less popular destination as well.


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