The great Indian subcontinent

Released on: February 22, 2008, 11:54 pm

Press Release Author: Jorge Desuza

Industry: Transportation & Logistics

Press Release Summary: India is a country that has a diverse geographical and
cultural structure. India has the highest mountain peaks with ice caps in the North,
a long coastline and deserts in the centre.

Press Release Body: Tourists’ visitors to the country, India are benefited by
having a range of prehistoric monuments and places to visit. At any time of the year
the climatic situations of the country is not extreme. Even in winters the southern
coastal region of the India will have temperatures more than 25 0C.

New Delhi is the capital city of India that has a multicultural society. The famous
monument of India; Taj Mahal is located in the nearby city of Agra that is one of
the Seven Wonders of the World. India is known for colorful Pink city of Rajasthan,
the mountainous Himalayan jewel called Shimla, coastal Kerala, and Goa and for the
cities hosting huge marvelous temples.

People travel to India for its wide range of diverse culture and religion. India
gave birth to the most practiced religion of the world Buddhism. In India majority
of population practice the religion Hinduism but the other religious groups like
Muslims, Jains, Sikhs, Christian stay together in harmony.Some of the rare temples
of historical times and churches constructed by the British, who ruled in the
country in 19th century are present in the country and pre-historical stone age
monuments from 3500 BC Indus Valley civilization are also present in India.

All kinds of sports and adventures are provided at the tourists locations of India.
The coastal tourists locations are facilitated with the water sports and the
adventures on mountains are present in the Northern hilly areas. Our website
provides the visitors to select from the theme tours of the country that cover the
major destinations in India.

We provide special offers to help our tourists travel to the major cities like the
Golden Triangle that starts from New Delhi -Agra (city of Taj Mahal) - Jaipur (Pink
City in the deserts of Rajasthan). The other major triangles are Bhubaneshwar- Puri
- Konark that cover the major temples of the country and Lalitagiri - Ratnagiri
–Udayagiri which covers the mountainous splendor of the county.

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