India is a country in South Asia that is formally known as the Republic of India. It is the world’s seventh-largest country in terms of land area, the second-most populated country, and the world’s most populous democracy. In terms of the number of World Heritage Sites, India is in the top ten nations in the world. In India, there are 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 30 of which are cultural. Some of the most well-known structures are the magnificent Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar, Konark’s Sun Temple, and Jaipur‘s Hawa Mahal.
India is one of the world’s oldest civilizations, having a wide range of cultures and a rich cultural history. During the last 65 years of its independence, it has made significant socioeconomic growth. India has become self-sufficient in agricultural output and is now one of the world’s most industrialised countries, as well as one of the few countries to have conquered nature for the benefit of its people. It stretches from the snow-capped Himalayan peaks to the tropical rain forests in the south, covering 32,872,263 square kilometres.
India, the world’s seventh biggest country, is distinguished from the rest of Asia by mountains and the sea, which give the country a distinct geographical identity. It runs southwards from the Great Himalayas to the Tropic of Cancer, where it tapers down into the Indian Ocean between the Bay of Bengal on the east and the Arabian Sea on the west. As you travel around India, you will encounter a varied range of tourist options, including land and nature, people, tribes, food, religions, dance styles, music, arts and crafts, adventure, sport, spirituality, and history, all of which differ as you go from one state to the next.
It’s a wonderful experience to travel from world-class airports and hotels to congested streets and alleyways in the same towns, crammed with hundreds of little shops providing every imaginable contemporary and ethnic product as well as native street cuisine.