India is a very interesting land with many places of tourist attractions. If a person has not visited India at least once in their lifetime, they will have missed out on a lot. And if one is an Indian citizen, then that person need not visit any other country because there is a lot to explore in India; let’s see some of those interesting Indian places.

Uttarakhand

If you are from Assam, hop onto a Guwahati to Bagdogra flight and take another connecting flight to Delhi. From there on, you can travel by road to Uttarakhand, the land of gods and goddesses.

Here you can be at peace on the serene hills of Mussoorie and Dehradun. It has been a place for visit by families and couples alike from all over India. From the snow-capped peaks to the beautifully rugged hills, these are some of the must-visit places for everyone. There is more to Uttarakhand than just these two places.

The Gangotri and Yamunotri, Mana Gaon – India’s last village, after which the border of China can be seen, are also very beautiful places that one should not miss out on.

Himachal Pradesh

Again, Himachal Pradesh is another paradise for snow lovers. In winter, if you visit the state, you are in for a true shock at the beauty of the snow-clad white mountains and the hills all covered in snow.

It is just the place if you want to go skiing or just sit by the fire and enjoy yourself as a romantic honeymoon couple. This place has it all. Even in summers, some attractions can take you all out. White water rafting is a unique experience that everyone must have.

Punjab

Book flight tickets from Delhi to Amritsar, and you will land straight into the land of the Golden Temple that is the epitome of peace and humanity. Not only this, the place has historical importance that is evident from the bullet-ridden walls of the Jalianwala Bagh. Then while you are still in Amritsar, make time to visit the border at Wagah-Attari, where the Change Of Guard Ceremony is performed diligently every day.

Uttar Pradesh

A traveller’s all-time favourite has to be Varanasi, the religious city of India located on the banks of the holy Ganga. This is where thousands of pilgrims gather to take holy dips into the river every year. 

It has many beautiful places including palaces, forts, and monuments of historical importance. The food of the place is absolutely lovely and mouth-watering, especially the milk products that are made from pure cow’s milk.

Rajasthan

It is said that Rajasthan can be explored in its mightiest grandeur if one makes two visits to the state. This place is good to visit in the winter when the weather is pleasant. This is a city of palaces and wonderful architecture. Camel rides and desert safaris are other attractions of the place.

If you are a passionate traveller after you have covered places in North India, next make your foray into south India. Begin that trip by booking yourself flight tickets from Mumbai to Kochi, and from there on, you are set for a trip in greenery-clad Southern India.