Awesome sites in India you must see before you die.

Awesome sites in India

India is known for its rich history and its cultural and geographical diversity. India has so much to offer to all travelers and tourists, from temples and forts to the country’s natural beauty. The food and the culture as well.

Here are some sites you must see before you die.

Forts of Rajasthan

Forts of Rajasthan

The forts in Rajasthan, along with great stories, have breath-taking architecture and design. The group of forts in Rajasthan is a must-visit. These forts were constructed over centuries, the earliest being the 5th century. The forts are Chittorgarh fort, Gagron fort, and many more.

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley

The valley is around 150 kilometers from Ladakh, formed by the meeting of rivers Siachen and Shyok. It has some breath-taking sceneries of the mountains; the skies are the bluest here. The serenity of this place cannot be matched with any other site in the country. It is definitely worth the visit.

Varanasi

Varanasi

It is one of the oldest cities globally, and it lies on the banks of the holy Ganges. It is the spiritual capital of India and is the most sacred place for the Hindus and the Jains. There are many religious histories associated with this place. Your trip to India is incomplete without a visit to Varanasi, the city that lies on the Ganges banks.

Majuli

Majuli

Majuli is a natural marvel as it is the largest river island. It is in the state of Assam, and it is a cultural hotspot. Many of Assam’s religious and cultural events and festivals take place over here. It is a unique place to visit on the Brahmaputra River.

Taj-ul Masajid

Taj-ul Masajid

This is a mosque from the 19th century in Bhopal. This is the largest mosque in India; the interior is 430,000 square feet big. It has a pink façade with dual 18 storey high towers, each with marble domes. It is a masterpiece in itself.

Thanumalayan Temple

Thanumalayan Temple

This temple is a historic temple, and it is known for its musical pillars. It was said to be carved out of a single stone and stands 18 feet high. When you strike these pillars, they release musical notes. The temple also features exquisite carvings and sculptures. It has many statues of Hindu deities and is a masterpiece in itself.