Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu – The Duggar Land Where The Past Still Has A Living Presence and Kashmir – Paradise On Earth
Jammu and Kashmir is world famous for its scenic splendour, snow-capped mountains, plentiful wildlife, exquisite monuments, hospitable people and local handicrafts.
Punjab, located in the north west of india, is one of the smallest and most prosperous states of india.
The five rivers Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelam gave it its name ‘punj-ab’ or ‘land of five waters’. These five rivers divided into three regions: Majha, Doaba, Malwa. Punjab is primarily an agricultural state and enjoy the nature benifits of fertile soils and abundant water.
Leh – Ladakh
Ladakh, the land of many passes, snow clad mountains and arid land is among the highest of the world’s inhabited plateaus.
It lies at altitudes ranging from about 2,750 meters at Kargil to 7,672 meters at Saser Kangri in the Karakoram. The summer temperatures exceed up to 35 0 C, while in winter they may drop to -40 0 C in some high altitude areas. Ladakh has been the described as ‘Moon Land’, ‘Magic Land’, and ‘Mysterious Land’ for its unique landscape and exquisite culture. One sees no horizon here but only mountain peaks soaring up to 5 to 6 km.
Cities of Himachal Pradesh Come to a land where snow-covered peaks reach up to a clear blue sky.
Where apple orchards in full bloom and meadows covered with wild flowers, transform the region into a natural paradise called Himachal Pradesh India. The towering Himalayas along the horizon, rushing streams, flower bedecked valleys and friendly rosy-cheeked Himachali people, make you feel very welcome in Himachal Pradesh India. With lots of venues for skiing, mountaineering, rock climbing, parasailing and river rafting, Himachal Pradesh India is a great place for adventure tourism in India. Come and see nature’s abundant beauty, at its best, in Himachal Pradesh India.
Kerala has 14 districts that are spread across the length and breadth of the region and these districts.
Basically make the major cities of Kerala. All the cities of Kerala have been lavishly blessed by Mother Nature and have immense tourist potential. The cities of tourist attraction in Kerala includes the Backwater paradise of Alappuzha, the commercial capital and twin city of Kochi – Ernakulam, the great pilgrimage centre of Pathanamita, the green and clean capital city of Thiruvananthapuram and Kerala’s cultural capital Thrissur.
Welcome to the Land of the Kings, a fabled realm of maharajas and their majestic forts and lavish palaces.
India is littered with splendid ruined bastions, but nowhere will you find fortresses quite as magnificent as those here, rising up imperiously from the desert landscape like fairy-tale mirages of a bygone era. As enchanting as they are, though, there is more to this most royal of regions than its seemingly timeless architectural wonders. This is also a land of sand dunes and jungle, of camel trains and wild tigers, of glittering jewels, vivid colours and vibrant culture. In truth, Rajasthan just about has it all. It is the must-see state of this must-see country, brimming with startling, thought-provoking and, ultimately, unforgettable attractions.
Earned the status of ‘State’ in the year 2000, Uttarakhand, which was earlier a part of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh, is famous for its scenic beauty and pilgrim centers. If you are associated with religious beliefs, you may be keen to visit the place for its divinity and if you are a nature lover, you will find divinity in the rich expanse of endless natural beauty here. Wherever your faith is placed, be it in god or in the powers of nature to inspire you into living a life of fulfillment, Uttarakhand is the perfect destination.