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In South Asia, India is home to many natural treasures to be discovered. The capital of India, New Delhi, promises you a timeless journey with its 15th century buildings. There are the Lotus and Akshardham temples, as well as the Lodhi Garden. In Mumbai, one can explore Elephanta Cave and enjoy the magnificent Victorian Gothic

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Things to do and see - India

Marvel at an immense mausoleum of white marble
Taj Mahal
 
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See The Gateway of India, a popular arch-monument
Mumbai
 
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Explore the spiritual capital of India
Varanasi
 
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Visit historic palaces like The City Palace and Hawa Mahal
Jaipur
 
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Experience an impressive complex of rock shrines
Ellora Caves
 
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Contemplate in a prominent spiritual site
Sri Harmandir Sahib
 
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Traverse tranquil backwaters and relax on palm-lined beaches
Kerala
 
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Embark on a wildlife safari in a vast wildlife reserve
Ranthambore National Park
 
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Explore a blend of historical grandeur and vibrant street life
Delhi
 
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Go paragliding, rafting, and mountaineering in a resort town
Manali
 
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Visit a fortress in the heart of the Thar Desert
Jaisalmer Fort
 
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FAQ - India

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Events - India

January
Republic Day
Republic Day is a national holiday in India celebrated on January 26th every year. It commemorates the day in 1950 when the Constitution of India came into effect, declaring India a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic. The day is marked by grand celebrations, including a grand parade in the capital city of New Delhi, showcasing the country's rich cultural heritage and military prowess.
India


August
Independence Day
Independence Day in India, celebrated on August 15th, marks the country's freedom from British colonial rule in 1947. The day is filled with patriotic fervor and grand celebrations across the nation. It begins with the hoisting of the Indian flag and singing of the national anthem, followed by parades, cultural performances, and speeches by dignitaries. People decorate their homes and public places with the tricolor flag, and the evening is often illuminated with dazzling fireworks displays. Independence Day in India is a time for citizens to reflect on their nation's history, achievements, and unity, and to renew their commitment to a free and prosperous India.
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