Home to a variety of flora and fauna, the Kanchenjuna National Park offers one unparallel glimpses of wildlife as well. It is truly a wonderful site for trekking enthusiasts, nature lovers and budding photographers.
One of the most beautiful monuments build as a symbol of undying love, the Taj Mahal is a fine example of architectural brilliance. It is called the jewel of Muslim Art in India.
The park is home to the famous valley of flowers. It is filled with alpine flowers like the poppies, marigolds, the Himalayan orchids and the evergreen daisies. It is also inhabited by the snow leopard and the Asiatic black bear.
Is located in the northern part of Karnataka. It depicts the ancient Dravidian style of art and architecture and lies within the ruins of the ancient kingdom of Vijaynagar.
Dedicated to the Sun God, the temple was built by King Narasimhadeva and is in the shape of a gigantic chariot. It is famous as one of the largest brahmin sanctuaries in India.
Evoking memories of a bygone era, the mountain railways are made up of the Nilgiri railway, the Darjeeling Himalayan railway and the Kalka Shimla railway.
Home a vast swath of mangroves, the Sunderbans houses once-extinct species like the river terrapin and others like the cobra, the tiger and the marine turtles. Every wildlife enthusiast should visit this place once.
Goa is not only home to beaches. In fact, there is a peaceful and artistic side of Goa evident in the numerous churches and convents. These are reminiscent of the erstwhile Portuguese rulers.