India is ancient country which is one of the leading countries in South Asian Economy. The country is rich in its historical, cultural, natural and other religious aspects. Every year, thousands of visitors visit India and get knowledge and insight about it. The Asian sub-continental country has so many wonders to explore for the tourist therefore is one of the popular destinations for spiritual blessings and cultural-historical insights.
India has varied landscape; from Himalayan range to the Deserts, hill to plains, valleys to Plateau. Some wilderness and some urban, some agrarian and some industrial some modern and some exotic, some advanced and some primitive etc life standards are there in India visitors can explore. India is rich in its diverse structure for instance; beaches to hill towns are there for celebration. The country is perfect for the visiting as it has plurality of options for every types of the people. Nature lovers can visit natural sites. Adventure lovers can experience adventures. Interested in History and culture can visit such historical- cultural sites. Religious people can visit India for religious purpose. In this way, India Tours are varied and completely demanding tours in moderate length and expenses.
Some of the fast facts of India
Full Name: Republic of India
Capital: New Delhi
Area: 3,287,590 sq km/ 1,269,338 sq miles
Population: 1, 027, 015, 247 (2001 Census)
Currency: Indian Rupees (Rs.)
Coastline Length: 7600 km
Geographical location: Lies between latitudes 8 ° 4′ and 37 ° 6 ‘ north and longitudes 68 ° 7 ‘ and 97° 25′ east.
Languages: 17 major languages and 844 dialects.
Major religions: Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism
History of India
India carries a rich cultural legacy, it was few of the early centers which saw the emergence of civilization along with Mesopotamia, Egypt and China. The period of early civilization was followed by the Vedic Age, the period of Janapadas, the emergence of Mauryas, Guptas and the Deccan kingdoms. The 16th century saw the emergence of Mughals who were overthrown by the might of British imperialistic powers. This segment provides an insight into different aspects of Indian history.