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Why do people like to visit India?

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1. Posted by rhlp74 (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

India is one of most popular country among several countries because there are many popular places, which make it very popular Agra, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and other such places.

Taj Mahal is one of the most famous monuments in India, because it is the sign of love that’s why it’s very famous in all over the world. If we talk about Indian culture, so it doesn’t need to introduce because it has spread all over the world.

I agree with the proverb that " East or West India is the best".

Do you also think so?

[ Edit: Edited on 11-Sep-2011, at 23:24 by rhlp74 ]

2. Posted by Swept Away (Travel Guru 1113 posts) 5y

Some people just like to make to a statement that they have been to India.

That are now Spiritual, because the have the millions of Americans who have been to Veranasi, and so they found themselves, and are embued with the wisdom that most of us have yet to discover.

I would love to go to India and would love to bask in it's filthy markets, chaotic streets, Chant Sanskrit poems in it's ancient temples and devour it's over rated cuisines. I am not expecting order and the cleanliness of Singapore, the silence of Laos, and the unfathomable smiles of Thailand. And so I will love India, because I won't get to look for Sydney or Hong Kong.

3. Posted by xiko (Budding Member 5 posts) 5y

hmmm...yeah, India, Bangladesh, Nepal...etc, these countries are such beauties of nature

4. Posted by rhlp74 (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

Hi,

I think so you have visited India:).

5. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 5y

Good question actually. Many people want to see the Taj Mahal, but I don't think the cities you mentioned are a highlight of India.

The main reason I travelled to India is that it is the best country to see wildlife like tigers in Asia. I am more of a nature enthusiast, as opposed to only visiting cities or busy places.
Tourism is a good way to protect certain parks and natural zones, but unfortunately corruption and other problems (high birth rate, growing population, less place for eco) will mean that soon the whole country is nothing more than an urban jungle. Imagine that higher incomes and Tata builing those small cars to get people mobile: it will be even worse than now.

No, basically I am not attracted to anything else in the country, although (and indeed, it might be overrated a bit) I did like the food a lot.

But hey, maybe the things I like change over time and I might go back to visit other parts of the country. Who knows;)

[ Edit: Edited on 13-Sep-2011, at 01:49 by Utrecht ]

6. Posted by rhlp74 (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

Hi,

Goa, Kerala, Kodaikanal, Shimla and many other places where you can have more interesting things.:)

7. Posted by anisha88 (Inactive 3 posts) 5y

Yes I absolutely agree with you.There is a diversity in India which the travellers could njoy. They can go for a adventuruous as well as the cultural trip both at the same time.
Also the climatic variation from north to south gives an add on to exotic tour to India.
The rane of himalayas to cool beaches act as a add on to these beautiful Trips to India.

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[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

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