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India----A DestinationPlaced in south Asia, between Pakistan, China and Nepal, India has forever been a land of tremendous charm and traditions. A land of great diversity from the time immemorial, the country has inspired many a lives and nations to follow suit and adopt peace to excel in every sphere of life. India is superbly encircled by the world's highest mountain chain in the north, while religious south greets with plateaus, tropical rain forests and sandy deserts. Astonishing topographical variations mark the east while sea-sides and fringed beaches make the western fraction of India.
A truly secular nation, India features among the few peaceful and constantly accelerating lands. The enormous strength of its cultural diversity has prompted the western countries to adopt the triumphant Indian ways to live life at fullest. The gigantic temples and stunning structures across India exhibit the potency of classical crafts and performing arts of the region. With a Wonder (the Taj Mahal) building, scattering villages, sea-shores, temples, hills and dense forests, India comprises almost everything that takes to be a wonderful nation.
In the North, Uttar Pradesh has been a melting pot of three potent religions of the world - Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam. Varanasi gets glory for its religious significance along with Mathura, Agra and Allahabad. A mentioning of memorable Taj Mahal is a must to describe India, as this amazing Agra building is a national emblem. Rajasthan with its medieval forts, palaces and temples; Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh with natural sites and hills and Punjab with highly-productive lands form the northern glory of India.
Assorted landscape, carnivals, structural designs and subtle cultural variations set South India apart from the rest of India. Each South Indian State is a jewel and attracts limelight for being a mesmerizing tourist destination. Pondicherry and Lakshadweep display extremely different aura than the rest of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala. South strongly holds its magnificence for splendid temple architecture, food, faith, classical dance and music.
The Eastern parts of India have forever been the industrial hub of India, and Bihar and West Bengal still top the chart for their immediacy to coal and iron ore belt. The north east is marked by dense forests and attracts people for natural sites.
The western part of India has been a rich region with Maharashtra paving way for various great soldiers and productive fields. Sea, industry, crops and high-life style have made this portion unique. Goa with its ancient temples and striking churches, traditional music, lively folk entertainment and a long coastline is fairly liked among the westerners.