North India

NORTH INDIA

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Jammu and Kashmir jammu

Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most beautiful destinations in India.It is a paradise in itself. Jammu is also popularly known as the ‘City of Temples’. All the temples here give the ambience of holy city. Kashmir is basically known as honeymooners paradise.It is a valley where nature has showered its blessings. There are scenic treasures unfold at every step here and is also referred to as the “Switzerland of India”. Dal Lake is the iconic emblem of the city.It is filled with snow-clad mountains, rushing streams, glittering peaks, variety of flowers, dense forestse that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Kashmir has snow in winter and bring, mild sunshine from April to November See More


Himachal Pradeshhimachal

Himachal Pradesh is a tiny hill state whose pleasant summers make it a popular holiday resort and is situated in the Western Himalayan belt of Northern India. It is wrapped in snow most of the time. It is replete with dense forests, variety of flora and fauna, fast-flowing rivers,snow-covered mountains, small fairyland villages, friendly folk, terraced fields increase its charm. This state is filled with numerous places of pilgrimage and rituals, ceremonies as well as legends and folklore are plentiful too. The State of Himachal Pradesh is made up of ten districts with a total area of 56,019 sq km. It has a unique tradition of handicrafts.See More

Uttar Pradeshuttar-pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is one of the largest states in India. It is a kaleidoscopic land where multifarious indian cultures have flourished from decades. It offers an endless types of destinations, to the visitors by way of monuments, magnetic valleys, enchanting rivers, plenty of ancient temples and viharas, variety of flora and fauna, mountain peaks and health resorts. Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. The most alluring in Uttar Pradesh are its fairs and festivals that are celebrated cheerfully and with enthusiasm to invoke heavenly blessings as well as for the sheer joy of living. It is surrounded by Himachal Pradesh, Harayana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. See More

Uttaranchaluttaranchal

Uttaranchal is an expression of Spirituality, austerity, meditation, Sacrament and accomplishment. It is a beautiful state which has got many hill stations sprinkled along the foothills of the Himalaya. The place has many excellent trekking routes and countless other tourist destinations. The dense forests, lush green valleys, glorious snow clad peaks, skiing slopes, rolling meadows with cool pristine breeze filled with the fragrance of nature makes a magical effect on your mind and soul. This place promises its tourists a visit full of exciting and treasured moments. It is known for some of the most sacred pilgrimage destinations, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks of India. It also has adventurous activities like kayaking, trekking, mountaineering, water rafting, sailing, boating, canoeing, yachting, ice-skiing and water-skiing.See More

PunjabGolden_Temple120C

Punjab is Situated in the northern part of India and is known as the ‘Granary of India’. With its endless golden fields and fast growing industrial estates, it has become one of the most developed and rich states of India. It is the land of five rivers, large hearted people and of life, undiminished cultural history and is a treasure trove for tourist. It is famous foer its bhangra dance, folklores, lassi, ghee and tandoori cuisines. The colorful costumes and rich art of the region portray its unique culture. Baisakhi is the famous festival of Punjab. It is head for Amritsar and the Golden Temple , which is the most admired temple of the Sikhs. Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab and the language spoken is Punjabi. Its handloom products and handicrafts and hosiery goods are exported to all the important countries of the world.See More

Haryanaharyana

Haryana virtually the ‘green’ state Haryana surrounds Delhi on almost three sides. The beautiful lakes, picturesque landscaping, golf courses, tennis and billiards comprise of the different recreational facilities in Haryana. Haryana is primarily an agricultural state with some major industrial areas being developed by the government of India. A range of adventure sports like canoeing & kayaking, trekking & rock climbing, camping and river rafting are there for the tourists. The state of Haryana is ideal for cultural and pilgrim tourism. Haryana was made into a state on 1st November 1966. There is a very good network of canals throughout the state, giving it the much-needed impetus for agriculture, the mainstay of Haryana’s economy.See More