the slightest mention of Northern India takes one’s mind to the majestic
mountains and the icy lakes! Banded
together by the snow-crowned peaks of the Himalaya and blessed by the sacred river,
The Ganges (Ganga), the
northern region has been a quintessential experience, thanks to its
charming local cultures, traditions, varied dialects, beliefs and cuisines.
realm gleams with beautiful architecture and a triumphant legacy
which it proudly showcases with a number of traditional fairs, enchanting palaces,
the seventh wonder of the world - Taj Mahal, the ancient step wells of Chand
Baori and a number of other incredible sights. Explore the wondrous lanes and savour the rich
delicacies of Old Delhi, adore the magnificent Mughal heritage in Agra and
Fatehpur Sikri, be awestruck by the majestic fort and palaces of Rajasthan and
live like a royal in the land of the maharajas.
a striking contrast with the peaks of North, are the lush greens of South! Southern
India is India’s misty heartland with the splendid relics of many
civilizations, cascading coastline, shimmering backwaters, classical temple
architecture, ambrosial spice gardens, emerald tea plantations and hill-station
retreats of the Western Ghats.
Along with serving impressive plantation sights,
this region takes you on a culinary journey, ranging from large papery dosas
(savoury crepes), fluffy idlis (fermented rice cakes), coconut-infused seafood
and the rich aroma of filtered coffee.
If that was not enough, it is also
home to the perfect combination of beaches and mountains, for wellness and
rejuvenation with nature.
of this diversified country – Central India is a soft
and mystical land peppered with the ancient temples of Khajuraho, majestic
forts of Orchha & Gwalior, magnificent Stupas of Sanchi and the
archaeological sites in Chhattisgarh. It
is true to say that the river valleys, entwining plains and dense forests here
will take you back to the Kipling era.Being home to India's largest conservation programs, the famous national parks Kanha and Bhandavgarh makes Central India rich in exotic biodiversity and popular among wildlife enthusiasts.
It is one of the least touched realms
in India which ensures that the terrain here is in its pristine state, having
plenty of ‘never-seen-before’ to offer the modern-day traveller. Stunning
historical monuments and a lucid rural lifestyle is the most elegant gem of
this part of India.
The most diverse of them all, Western India is a vast canvas showcasing a plethora of India’s iconic attractions.Encompassing all unique charms, this region
gives the finest view of the greatness of India’s past and the glory of its
today. Explore Gandhi’s legacy at Ahmadabad, eye the sacred Jain and Hindu
pilgrimage sites at Dwarka, explore the craft villages of Kutch that ace the
art of block-printing, pottery and bell making.
The wilderness that breathes in the national
parks with the vigorous roars of Asiatic lions, the antiquated past that
resides in the extraordinary cave temples of Ellora and Ajanta, the palm-fringed
beaches and iconic megalopolis of Mumbai, Western India is an all-rounder!
A kaleidoscope of unique cultures,
religions, and ethnicities, Eastern India allures you to its unheard
travel tales. The region is dotted with tea plantations, waterfalls, local tribes,
religious sites, sun temple and experiential toy trains of the British Era
along with Buddhist monasteries.
Like a painting with all the vibrant
colours - Kolkata is the finest mirror of Indian culture, a land where many
civilisations left their footprints - the Sun temple of Konark is a majestic
beauty of all times, Bodh Gaya the major learning centre of Buddhism is where
enlightenment resides and the tea plantation of Darjeeling exquisitely unfolds
the different flavours of this region.
The North Eastern part of India is home to pristine nature, diverse landscapes, unique tribal & sub-tribal cultures, sacred monasteries, one horn rhino-filled national parks, unspoiled landscapes & charming villages on the Brahmaputra river banks. The region’s geography is as versatile as its culture.Take a moment and let the overwhelming beauty of East India sink into you!