The Charminar is one more imperative place to visit. Built in the heart of the Hyderabad along with Ramoji Film City and Golconda Fort.The graceful structure of the Charminar in Hyderabad is a stunning exemplar of Cazia style of architecture consists of granite and lime-mortar. Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah built this Islamic architectural majesty in 1591. You must see Charminar if you are visiting Hyderabad.
The astonishing monument with its four arches is so proportionately designed that when the fort is opened one could catch a glance of the flurry Hyderabad city as these Charminar arches were facing the most active royal inherited streets. Once there, feel the calm of the terrace and see life bustling below. In sharp contrast to the dynamic and vigorous life in the ground floor, the peaceful isolation in the upper part of the fort is relaxing. You can enjoy the adoring beauty of the Hyderabad city from this point, which is quite impressive sight.
The Dal Lake
Jammu and Kashmir is legendary for the charming beauty and one part of that beauty is Dal Lake. The lake gets frozen in winters. It has five basins and many channels that are allied with each other. There are lots of fishes in Dal Lake and fishery is the major industry of this region. It is also the second largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir. Houseboats are always standing by to take tourists to a romantic outing of the lake. Dal is a Himalayan urban lake best choice for the tourists.
The Sun temple at Konark
The Sun temple is a primitive temple at Konark. It has beautiful carvings of the god’s and godesses portray different scenes. The temple is next to Bhubaneshwar at Orissa. Konark is one of the famous tourist magnetism of Orissa. Konark, Konark houses a huge temple devoted to the Sun God. It is a magnificient temple reflecting the architects that predicted and built it. Bhubaneswar, Konark and Puri represent the Golden triangle of Orissa, visited in large numbers by pilgrims and tourists.
The Toy Train of Matheran and Mossourie
The century old Matheran toy train dropeb the passengers in the serene hill settlement of Matheran, where all vehicles are forbidden. The 77 year old toy train in Matheran is a complete charm to take a ride on. The train covers 12 miles in an hour in that way let the passenger’s sufficient time to immerse in the beauty of the surroundings.
Ajanta and Ellora Caves
Ajanta and Ellora Caves are situated next to the Aurangabad in the state of Maharashtra. They represent tremendous art & architecture cultural heritage of Indian. They are one of the top most visited tourist places in India. You will love to see caves of Ajanta and Ellora. The caves comprise terrific scriptures of Hindu gods and goddesses, human and animals primed by people of ancient age.
Hill stations are a favorite destination to get rid of some heat. There are seven mountains wherein are some unconquered peaks of tremendous heights, uncharted glaciers and valleys, wildlife, forests, gushing streams, waterfalls encircled with fog and smog and tremendous hill stations and hill resorts. There are numerous hill stations in the eastern India that are, Gangtok, Kalimpong, Kurseong, Mirik, Shillong, Imphal. In the South India is Sahyadri. Ootacamund (Ooty), Kodaikanal in the Nilgiri’s and Palni hills are more well-liked hill stations in this country. However, the Munnar and wayanad highlands in Kerala are equally captivating. In western India experience beautiful caves, castles and forts, and hill stations of Rajasthan and in Maharashtra take a pleasure of Mahabaleshwar, Pandharpur, Nasik, Sirdi, Anndhanaguath, Nande. And the north India, area dotted with several attractive and mystifying range of hill stations. Auli, Garhwal, Ranikhet, Mussoorie, Nainital, Shimla, Dalhousie, Kasauli, Kullu, Manali, Chamba, Dharamshala, Gulmargand in Jammu and Kashmir.
The golden temple at Amritsar is an important place for worship for the sikhs. The ten Gurus’ of sikhs are worshipped in this place. It is a place of both breathtaking beauty and nonviolence. In the beginning a small lake in the midst of a calm forest, the site has been a meditation retreat for itinerant mendicants and erudite since deep ancient times. The Buddha has spent time at this place in contemplation. After Two thousand years of Buddha’s time, a new philosopher saint came to live and contemplate. This was Guru Nanak, the originator of the Sikh religion. After the passing away of Guru Nanak, over the centuries it became the main sacred holy place of the Sikhs. Golden Temple in Amritsar is the famous Sikh temple in India. People come here visit Shri Harmander Sahib from corner to corner the world. It is generally known as “Golden Temple” due to the Gold finish on the main building of the Darbar Sahib. It has four doors on the East, West, North and South. Golden Temple basis are Akal Takht, Baba Atal, Sri Guru Ramdas Niwas, The SGPC Office, Central Sikh Museum and the food at Guru ka Langar.