The Golden Triangle

The 3 most visited cities in the country's north-west- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are what make THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE. 'Golden' in the name suggests that all the three cities bid stupendous prosperity and offer to visitors an enriching experience to discover India's cultural and historical finery.


The state of Gujarat has three distinct regions – a corridor running north to south which is the industrial mainland, a peninsula known as Saurashtra, and Kutch, which is partly desert and partly marshland. Fascinating archaeological sites, superb Jain, Hindu and Islamic architecture, exquisite crafts and rare wildlife, including the Asiatic lion, are among Gujarat's attractions, as are its hardworking, enterprising people.

Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir or as it is called the 'Paradise on earth' is the country's northernmost state covering an area 222,000 sq km (85,715 sq miles). Its astonishingly beautiful valleys and mountains along with a rich diversity of landscapes, religions and people offer a big bundle to visitors.

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh (the 'Central Provinces') and Chhattisgarh ("36 forts") are at the heart of India. Between them, they border on to seven states, have one-third of India's forest cover, and are home to 40 per cent of the country's tribal population. Madhya Pradesh is crossed by the Vindhya and the Satpura mountains, and its main river is the Narmada.

Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh remains at the heart of much of India's religious and cultural life: the cradle of Hinduism and the cultural heartland of Indian Islam, a double identity symbolized by the presence of such contrasting sites as the Taj Mahal and the Mughal forts at Delhi and Agra, and the bathing ghats at Varanasi Allahbad which attract millions of pilgrims.


Rajasthan when translated to English means the 'land of kings' and so it is. It is the richest state of India in terms of magnificent palaces, forts, colorful festivals and bazaars. The Aravalli range divides the 342,000 sq km state in two parts from the northeast to the southwest.


Stretching from some of the highest mountains of the Western Ghats to the lush coastal plain, Kerala encapsulates the rich diversity of western India's coastal landscapes. Travellers are drawn to Kerala by its attractive Palm-lined beaches – Kovalam and its quieter neighbouring resorts.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh the "Abode of snow", spread in an area of 56000 sq km of the western Himalayas is an exquisite joy to the eyes and soul. Rising from the foothills of the Shivaliks bordering the plains of Punjab, it extends to the trans-Himalayan heights of the Zaskar Range, bordering Ladakh and Tibet. Himachal Pradesh continues to be a popular destination for visitors.

Tamil Nadu

The southern states of India were under the hegemony of the Cholas, the Cheras and the Pandyas for centuries. The Pallavas held supremacy from about the second quarter of the fourth century A.D. They were the originators of the famous Dravidian style of temple architecture.


Uttarakhand became the 27th state of the Republic of India on 9th November 2000. The State came out of Uttar Pradesh. Demand for Uttarakhand was first made in 1930 at the Karachi session of INC. It occupies 17.3% of India's total land area with 51,125 sq km.

Orissa Tours

Orissa, officially spelled Odisha, is a state of India, located on the South east coast of India, by the Bay of Bengal. It is the modern name of the ancient kingdom of Kalinga, which was invaded by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka in 261 BCE. The modern state of Orissa was established on April 1, 1936, as a province in British India and consisted predominantly of Oriya speakers.

Karnataka Tours

The South India comprises of four different states and Karnataka is one of them. Karnataka is one of the larger states in India and a popular destination among the foreign and Indian tourists.

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