North India is the crown of India spread across vast region of Indus-Gangetic Plain and the Himalayas, which demarcate the region from the Tibetan Plateau and Central Asia. Since ancient times this has been the seat of rulers of India. It has been the historical centre of the Mughal Empire, the Delhi Sultanate and the British Indian Empire. North India can offer every kind of tourism to satisfy different choices. From the poetic beauty of Kashmir to the royal grandeur of Rajasthan. From the purest symbol of love, Taj Mahal to the holiest of all rivers, the Ganges. North India is a treasure trove of vast nature, authentic culture and an array of experiences filled with serenity. Exceptionally blessed with a diverse landscape, it has a rich cultural heritage that leaves you overwhelmed. North India comprises Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. People explore the northern part of India for its diversity and to get a chance to escape from the monotonous circle of citylife. Explorers from all over the world are mesmerized by the might of the Himalayas and the holiness of River Ganges. Completely awed with the Great Indian Desert and finding themselves in the ancient city of Varanasi, North India is one of the best travel experiences of the world.
Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, art and culture with its slogan "Padharo mhare desh". Rajasthan is known for its customs, culture, colours, majestic forts, and palaces, folk dances and music, local festivals, local food, sand dunes, carved temples and beautiful Havelis. Rajasthan's Jaipur Jantar Mantar, Mehrangarh Fort and Stepwell of Jodhpur, Dilwara Temples, Chittor Fort, Lake Palace, miniature paintings in Bundi, and numerous city palaces and Havelis are part of the architectural heritage of India. Jaipur, the Pink City, is noted for the ancient houses made of a type of sandstone dominated by a pink hue. In Jodhpur, most houses are painted blue. At Ajmer, there is white marble Bara-dari on the Anasagar lake and Soniji Ki Nasiyan. Jain Temples dot Rajasthan from north to south and east to west. Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu, Shrinathji Temple of Nathdwara, Ranakpur Jain temple are some of the best examples. Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, are wildlife attractions of Rajasthan.
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Rajasthan, India's archetypal land of maharajas and medieval forts, palaces and tigers, and kaleidoscopic festivals. Rajasthan really is the jewel in India's crown.
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