Sunday, 27 May 2012

Travel India - Golden Triangle

India is a country with varied climate and diverse culture. While travelling in train in India, it is most obvious when with every passing hour the scenery changes. The dunes of Rajasthan make way for paddy fields in Madhya Pradesh. The heavy turbans of Rajasthan turn into white cotton caps in Maharashtra. Even the geographical region are amazingly different with Northern region being dominated by the Himalayan mountains, eastern part being surrounded by Arabian sea, western side surfing the Bay of Bengal and southern India being surrounded by Pacific Ocean. Travel India to explore the corners of the country filled with different colors.
Travelling in India can be a spiritual experience as well as the adventure activity depending upon whether you are in Rishikesh or Kanchanjunga mount. The ghats of Haridwar evoke a feeling of separation from worldly affairs and closeness to the divine God. The white waters of Rishikesh invite the adrenaline rush in the blood. The shores of Ganges invite the most hardened worshippers of Shiva to meditate in its proximity.
The golden triangle in India are the most travelled area in India. The triangle involves the beautiful city of Agra,the city of Rajputs, Jaipur and the capital of India,Delhi.
Travel India to find out the amazing mugal architecture, Taj Mahal being one of the few. Taj Mahal situated in Agra was built by Shah jahan for his loving wife, Mumtaj Mahal. Agra is also famous for Red fort which used to house the mugal army in olden days. Fatehpur Sikri was the residence of Akbar the great and still smells of its magnificent past. Fatehpur Sikri boasts of Buland Darwaja and Dargah of Chisti, Akbar's teacher.
Jaipur, which is lovingly called as pink city and rightly so with pink color being prominent color on all the walls around the city. The city boasts of Rajasthani style architecture with so many gates being present all over the city. It is famous for Hawa Mahal,Aamer fort and Jantar mantar. Travel India to get a taste of princely palace and taste of Rajasthani royalty.
Delhi,capital of India and the most beautiful of all, carrying on its shoulder the glorious past and equally blood bathed history. The mugals architecture is seen all over the city giving Delhi a character. The Jama masjid, Delhi Fort are few examples of Mugal monuments which are glorious to watch. The British built the Parliament, Rastrapati Bhavan and the famous India Gate in memory of soldiers killed in world war one. Travel India to get a look at the past mingling with present and giving way to a phenomenon called Delhi.
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