India: A walk through a conglomeration of cultures

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From famous world heritage spots, grasslands, and religious sculptures to gastronomic eats and colorful festivals, India is just a mixture of different elements.

Indeed, diversity makes India one of the most engaging, spiritual, and life-affirming countries. While it is considered a go-to destination, it is not for the unnerved tourist. Those who have visited the country, at one time or another, would say they have been stunned by what they had seen. For a country marked by poverty, noise, and overpopulation, there is so much to be shocked about.

But behind this unattractiveness, India has a lot to be proud of. Indian people are naturally friendly. Food has a quaint appeal with the adoption of modern development. Various industries from textile and steel, mining and agriculture, manufacturing and export to arts and entertainment support its economy.

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Moreover, India is home to many tourist destinations that welcome leisurely exploration, boat rides, spiritual retreats, and even yoga participation. Here are some of them:

• Mehrangarh Fort in Rajasthan encloses several palaces with intricate carvings and expansive courtyards.
• River Ganges lets tourists enjoy boat rides.
• Kaziranga National Park shelters tigers, buffalo, and rhinos, among others.
• Taj Mahal combines elements from Indian, Islamic, Persian, and Turkish architectural styles and is known for having the famous Lotus pool at its southern view.
• Nagaland protects the Naga people live in isolation from the busy city.
• Darjeeling offers tea shops, temples, and colonial buildings.
• The city of Lucknow charms food lovers from all walks of life through a combination of ethnic to modern and simple to complex Indian cuisine.

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India may be the face of variation, contrast, and assortment, but visitors and locals are one in saying that this country stimulates the senses and ignites the soul.

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