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India is known among modern travelers for its colorful culture, rich history, beautiful landscapes and breathtaking architecture.
India is where the people live with much diversity. India is considered as Multi-lingual country where you can find many people who speaks different languages.
India is a preferred destination for many overseas travelers and it provides an opportunity to understand and experience cultural diversity of the country.
Why travel to India?
Aliya Tour Packages is proud to list few reasons.
Value for Money Destination for every segment
Whether you are a bag packer or have a passion for luxury travel, India as a tourist destination will be able to cater all your needs. India offers a wide array of options, from modern and clean guesthouse or homestay to fascinating luxury accommodations like The Umaid Bhavan in Jodhpur, Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur or ITC Grand Bharat. Based on your preference you can book the accommodation at most economical prices.
Broaden your Perspective
A trip to India will be life changing. You can’t guess what awaits you. No matter whether it’s a street market, festival, temple, or something else, you do know that your day will be filled with sensory overload of colours, humanity, sounds and smells. A cow standing in middle of road might be a strange sight at first but you will soon find it normal after you see a few of such unusual sights. Unfortunately, India has received a lot of negative publicity recently and as a result many travelers choose to bypass India over other destination but there are many parts of India that are safe and tourist friendly.
Indians practice a saying “Athithi Devo Bhava”, which literally means “the guest is God” and with a culture that says a guest is equivalent to god, Indians leave no stone unturned in extending a warm welcome to their guests. As a result, India's rapidly growing tourism sector now plays a huge role in the nation's economy, supporting tens of millions of jobs and generating billions of dollars each year.
We believe, India is the soul of the World. India is home to many religions in world and birthplace of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. India has a huge number of temples – you can find them at almost every nook and corner – and some of them dates back to thousands of years ago. Witness the evening aarti, the temple ghats along the Ganga River to experience some of Hinduisms ancient and iconic rituals. Every year, numerous people visit India for learning Yoga and Meditation.
History and Architecture
India, the Country of the oldest civilization, is an exceptionally beautiful and architecturally diverse country filled with forts, palaces, mosques, temples, monuments and ancient ruins. Indian architecture, belonging to different periods of history, bears the stamp of respective periods. The heritage structures and styles of Indian architecture are strong examples of sustainable building and every developer should learn from it.
There are currently 29 UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites (cultural) across the nation.
The Indian restaurants you usually find in your city or country has nothing to do with the typical cuisine of India. You need to visit India if you want to try the traditional food of the Country. The first thing you have to know is that the most characteristic of the cuisine of India are spices. A perfect blend of an endless list of spices is created to get the flavors spicy yet delicious. In the North of India, you’ll taste lots of thick, creamy curries that are moderately spicy. The food in the north is heavily influenced by Persian and Mughlai styles of cooking. Southern Indian cuisine is commonly characterised by the use of ingredients such as coconut, seafood and rice and is spicier than food in the north.
Economical flea markets and different artifacts make the country a shoppers’ paradise. There is an astonishing variety of dazzling things to buy in India: handicrafts, textiles, jewelry, furnishings, art, spices and much more on display in ancient bazaars, busy markets, state emporiums, street stalls and shiny new malls.