Popular Themes Tour in India
India Offers a wide range of adventure sports for tourists. Trekking and
Skiing in the Himalayas, White Water Rafting on the Ganges and Beas, Camel
and Jeep safaris in the deserts of Rajasthan, Paragliding in Himachal, Watersports
in Goa and Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep and Andaman are just some of the
options available to the adventure seeking tourists.
India is the perfect tourist place where you find most beautiful hill stations.
The picturesque Indian hill stations are among top hill stations of world.
Hill stations of Kashmir such as Srinagar, gulmarg, sonmarg are among most
beautiful hill stations of India and world. Hill stations of Himachal pradesh
like kullu manali, dalhousie, chamba, solan, shimla are equally beautiful.
A family trip combined with a beach holiday is one of the most enjoyable
ways of spending a vacation. For a beach holiday on any one of the unmatchable
beaches of India is the perfect holiday that has something in it for everyone.
The sun, sand, sea and surf are just the ingredients for mixing some high
spirits and enthusiasm in your life!
India has long been known as a very spiritual, religious heavy area of the
world. in India, religion is a way of life. It is an integral part of the
entire Indian tradition. For the majority of Indians, religion permeates
every aspect of life, from common-place daily chores to education and politics.
Secular India is home to Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism,
Sikhism and other innumerable religious traditions. Hinduism is the dominant
faith, practiced by over 80% of the population. Besides Hindus, Muslims
are the most prominent religious group and are an integral part of Indian
You're welcomed aboard your luxury train with a warm smile and a bottle
of the choicest wine or champagne. There are no porters to haggle with,
no lost luggage to worry about. You sink into the comfort of plush coupes
and get ready for the ride of your lifetime. Be it the heritage spots of
Rajasthan, the gentle slopes of Shimla, the colorful towns in and around
Darjeeling or the Maratha heartland with its tales of valor, there's a shining
steed of steel that's ready to whisk you away to all these destinations
in the kind of comfort you've only dreamt of.
Indias image of a wild and exotic country full of snake charmers and
fakirs is not far from the truth. For besides the metropolises and their
surrounding urban areas, much else of India continues to be undeveloped
barren wilderness and deep dense jungles that are home to the second largest
base of bio diversity in the world!
Though India is often and justly described as a land of many religions and
innumerable languages, it might well be described as a land of festivals
as well. One conventional authority, the Encyclopedia Brittanica, rather
unabashedly and with the customary cavalier attitude with which India can
be treated, says of Hindu festivals that these arecombinations of religious
ceremonies, semi-ritual spectacles, worship, prayer, lustrations, processions
(to set something sacred in motion and to extend its power throughout a
certain region), music, dances (which by their rhythm have a compelling
force), magical acts -- participants throw fertilizing water or, during
the Holi festival, coloured powder at each other -- eating, drinking, lovemaking,
licentiousness, feeding the poor, and other activities of a religious or
When you go on a cultural tour of a country, it isnt just trinkets,
souvenirs, photographs and memories you should be taking back with you,
but also a deeper understanding of its people, their faiths, traditions
and superstitions, and if possible, the jealously guarded recipe of their
gourmet dish! For only then will you have had a truly unique experience
that is unmatchable and adds to your range of experiences to make you a
The Indian culture has enjoyed an international reputation for the brass
and bell metal work. The technology of metalworking had been entrenched
in the Indian Culture by 2500 B.C. This technology then was manifested in
myriad exquisite and sturdy images and icons. These images and icons are
still found in temples. They are still being produced in household niches
such as lamps, platters and other items required for acts of worship. The
metals being used for these products are mostly gold, silver, copper, brass,
bronze, and other mixed metals and alloys.